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Book Review: ‘Noise,’ A Story of Vengeance by Brett Garcia Rose


When Leon's sister disappears and he receives a suicide note, he is devastated and tries to overcome his pain. Years later, he is thrust back into the fray when he gets a postcard in her handwriting. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Nanovision,’ A Technological Thriller by Paul T. Harry


A devastating murder and betrayal leaves one person dead and a young teen without both his father and vision. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Bringer of Light,’ An Epic Fantasy by J. R. Boles


The Kingdom of Arten has outlawed magic and has fought for generations against the dark sorcerer, Mercer. With his depth of ability he has surpassed the realm of aging and lives on through time. With magic in the Kingdom waning it is time to move forward once again. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Found, Near Water’ – A Suspenseful Mystery by Katherine Hayton


Whenever it comes to missing and exploited children there is always that painful feeling, for there is an innocence lost when a child disappears. The edginess of Found, Near Water begins right from the beginning and the missing are threaded together into a strange and eerie nightmare of questions and answers. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Forsaken: Ev and Ell’ by C. Ryan Bymaster


Bymaster has taken the fight between good and evil in an alternate direction. While there is that competition between his characters, after much time together they begin to interact in more direct ways with humor, with mocking and sometimes with friendship. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Venom’ – A Suspense by Colin Falconer


For Michael, anger is the only means of strength he can muster, and he thinks of nothing but revenge. He reaches his manhood in wartime Saigon, and remembers every betrayal and beating. With his survival skills and his good looks he builds his own little piece of life, surviving as a criminal. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Moriarty,’ A Murder Mystery in the Sherlock Holmes Tradition by Anthony Horowitz


Frederick Case, a Pinkerton Detective, and Athelney Jones from Scotland Yard form an uneasy relationship as they follow a strange missive purported to be written by Professor Moriarty. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Woman with a Gun,’ A Romantic Murder Mystery by Phillip Margolin


When a murder occurs one of the pieces of evidence is a photo shot just after the fact. The photo depicts a space in time where imagination sets the scene. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Spark,’ A Thriller by John Twelve Hawks


Jacob Underwood is not like anyone else, for he experiences Cotard’s syndrome, a real condition that causes him to believe he is dead. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Neve & Egan Cases, Danse Macabre’ by Cristelle Comby


In a murder case deep and muddy, a macabre killer has his own agenda. Read More »