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Book Review: ‘The Shadow Cabinet: Shades of London’ by Maureen Johnson

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Rory and her group, known as the ghost squad find their own time running out as they search for their friend, and contain the damage that is engendered by Jane and her own group as they try to unleash a nightmare on the city. Can they stop the damage and still find Stephen before it is too late? Read More »

Interview with Helga Stipa Madland, Author of ‘You’re Not From Around Here, Are You? Reminiscences’

"I write about my family’s experience as refugees from Upper Silesia, our emigration to Canada and later the United States."

I am aware that not much has been written in English about the period immediately after World War II in Germany. I hope this book will fill a little bit of that lacuna. Read More »

Interview: Marija Bulatovic, Author of ‘FANTASTICAL: Tales of Bears, Beer and Haemophilia’

"A good memoir is more than just recounting of the historical records."

"I also hope that readers will get a sense of curiosity about another time, place and enjoy some of the cultural elements FANTASTICAL presents." Read More »

Book Review: ‘Fit to be Dead.’ A Comic Mystery by Nancy G. West

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A good first offering in a new series by Nancy G. West. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Wtf?’ by Lucia Cascioli

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A vibrant take on everyday life experiences we encounter where you might feel compelled to say “wtf?” Read More »

Interview with Richard Hacker, Author of ‘Chain Reaction’

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Author Richard Hacker chats with Blogcritics about his book Chain Reaction. Read More »

Book Review: ‘My Planet: Finding Humor in the Oddest Places’ by Mary Roach

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The funniest book I have read this year! Read More »

Graphic Novel Review: ‘Darth Vader and Son’ by Jeffrey Brown

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Brown recognizes that all the things older Star Wars fans hate are the same things that kids love. Read More »

Book Review: ‘God Is Disappointed in You’ by Mark Russell, Illustrated by Shannon Wheeler

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An attempt at condensing The Bible “stripped of its arcane language and interminable passages” proves irreverently engaging. Read More »

Interview With Kieran Crowley, the author of ‘Hack: A Shepherd Novel’

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"I’ve spent many years dealing with cops and crooks and serial killers and every type of crime there is, as well as working for a newspaper in New York – so my research was already done." Read More »