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Book Review: The Testament of Jessie Lamb by Jane Rogers

A teenage girl faces personal and societal disarray in a struggle to find hope in a dystopian England. Read More »

Book Review: Angels Gate by Andrew J. Rafkin and Louis Pagano

Well-written fictional account of what supposedly is one of the biggest monetary heists in history. Read More »

Book Review: The Last Israelis by Noah Beck

During a mission, submariners find out that Israel has been attacked, though they cannot contact anyone and must decide how to proceed. Read More »

Book Review: Quest, Inc.: Can You Buy a New Life? by Justin Cohen

Is the Self-Help Industry really about getting better, or just a fancier form of snake oil? Read More »

Book Review: The Messiah Matrix by Kenneth John Atchity

Searching for truth and the origin of Christianity, The Messiah Matrix draws the reader into a world of corruption, murder, romance, and rich history. Read More »

Book Review: Oddities and Entities by Roland Allnach

Horror, dark humor, and philosophical transcendence; explore a definition of life beyond the fragile vessel of the human body. Read More »

Book Review: The Pirates! In an Adventure with the Romantics by Gideon Defoe

A rollicking read, full of laughs and lots of fun for readers who can spot the literary in-jokes. Read More »

Book Review: The Unexpected Miss Bennet by Patrice Sarath

Have you longed to take just one more turn in the grounds of Pemberley, or just another peek at Rosings? Read More »

Book Review: Albatross: Birds of Flight by J.M. Erickson

A former international spy, now fugitive, knows too much. There are those who hope he never recovers, and that his secrets will remain forever undisclosed. Read More »

Book Review: Dirty Work by Michael Lamendola

Funny. Entertaining. Suspenseful. Read it and laugh. Read More »