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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 »

Book Review: The Name of the Wind: The Kingkiller Chronicle, Day One by Patrick Rothfuss

Rothfuss is one of those new voices in fantasy literature that actually lives up to the hype; The Name of the Wind is his first book. Read More »

Book Review: Transformations of the Liminal Self: Configurations of Home and Identity for Muslim Characters in British Postcolonial Fiction by Alaa Alghamdi

Transformations of the Liminal Self discussed identity for Muslim characters in British postcolonial fiction. Read More »