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Book Review: ‘Forget You Ever Knew Me,’ A Thriller by Judy Dailey

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This is not the stuff of conventional genre fiction. Read More »

Book Review: ‘A Pleasure and a Calling’ – A Psychological Thriller by Phil Hogan

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A Pleasure And A Calling is an enthralling psychological thriller. Read More »

Book Review: ‘The Phoenix Blade: Project Justice,’ a Vigilante Justice Thriller by Andrew Hess

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Despite various problems, this was a decent read, with twists at the conclusion. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Desert Rage,’ The Latest Thriller in Betty Webb’s Lena Jones Series

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'Desert Rage' is a solidly plotted crime thriller that may not always surprise you, but will likely satisfy you with its revelations. Read More »

Book Review: ‘The Black Hour’ by Lori Rader-Day

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Rader-Day draws her heroine’s character with an Exact-o knife, leaving her sharp edges intact. Read More »

Interview: Edie Harris, Author of ‘Blamed’

"Success is being able to support yourself financially doing what you love."

"I’m excited for romance readers to get their hands on 'Blamed,' but I also hope that anyone who enjoys straight suspense and spy thrillers will give it a shot – the love story between the hero and heroine doesn’t detract from the plot, but makes it stronger." Read More »

Interview: William R. Leibowitz, Author of ‘Miracle Man’

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"An author has to view his writing as an art form in the same way as a painter, even if the author isn’t trying to create great literary fiction." Read More »

Book Review: ‘Kick Assitude’ by Trish Jackson

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A fun addition to Jackson’s Redneck P.I. Adventure series. Read More »

Interview: Donna Galanti, Author of ‘A Hidden Element’

"Let go – of your ego that is. Accept constructive criticism and be open to improving your writing."

"To succeed you cannot think your writing is perfect or that first draft is perfect or that your story can’t change." Read More »

Interview: Entertainment Lawyer William Leibowitz, Author of ‘Miracle Man’

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What if someone was born with an IQ of an unheard-of level of 550? And what if as a baby he was tossed in a trash can? Read More »