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Book Review: The Twenty-Year Death by Ariel S. Winter

A brilliant debut novel in the noir/hardboiled genre that will shake new life into it. Read More »

Interview: Joe Niehaus, Author of Shadow in the Reflection

"I have met a lot of talented writers who gave up and we are all the poorer because of it. There are so many methods to get published now..." Read More »

Book Review: Chrysalis: Trepidation (Book 3, Chrysalis Series) by M. L. Lacy

Readers who enjoy paranormal stories with vampires and werewolves will love this series. Read More »

Interview with Jack L. Brody, Author of The Moroni Deception

“I tried to say some positive things that I could find whenever appropriate ... I did, though, want to work in as many true beliefs and historical facts as I could.” Read More »

Book Review: Play Him Again by Jeffrey Stone

Mix up the twenties, prohibition, and Hollywood's burgeoning film industry and you get a great tale. Read More »

Book Review: The Fall of the Stone City by Ismail Kadare

Albanian author Ismail Kadare's latest novel translated into English adds to a body of work that may earn him a Nobel Prize. Read More »

Book Review: The Moroni Deception by Jack L. Brody

If you enjoyed The DaVinci Code, you'll love this one. In fact, think of it as The Mormon DaVinci Code. Read More »

Book Review: Demonkeeper by Royce Buckingham

What could possibly go wrong when a teenage Demon Keeper neglects his duties to find a girlfriend? Read More »

Book Review: Luther: The Calling by Neil Cross

TV's Luther makes makes his fiction debut in a taut thriller. Read More »

Interview with Rob Kaufman, Author of One Last Lie

"My inspiration starts with characters--meeting people in real life who spark a story that needs to be told." Read More »