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Book Review: Missing in Machu Picchu by Cecilia Velástegui

High in the Andes Mountains on the legendary Inca Trail, four thirty-something professional women embark on an Ivy League hike. Read More »

Interview: Brandt Dodson, Author of The Sons of Jude

What kind of writer is Brandt Dodson? "I write stories that dance on the thin line between right and wrong; good and evil." Read More »

Book Review: View From The Edge by Michael Kasenow

Cults, money, artifacts and murder... Read More »

Book Review: Abalus: In the Beginning by Stephen L. Padley

In this future bleak world, the sparse population in the United Kingdom has returned to a pre-industrial era, nature having reclaimed the cities. Read More »

Blu-ray Review: Killer Joe

A tale of murder in a Texan trailer park. Read More »

Book Review: Orders from Berlin by Simon Tolkien

Hitler versus Churchhill: Killing Words Read More »

Book Review: Death’s Door: A Billy Boyle WWII Mystery by James R. Benn

Lieutenant Billy Boyle goes undercover in the Vatican during World War II to discover a murder and rescue the girl. Read More »

Book Review: The Safe Man: A Ghost Story by Michael Connelly

A terrific ghost story with a mystery thrown in for those who enjoy reading short fiction. Read More »

Interview: John Knoerle, Author of The Proxy Assassin, Book Three of the American Spy Trilogy

Meet the Spy Master himself, John Knoerle, and find out why he's "beat down to the ankles." Read More »

Book Review: Easy Money by Jens Lapidus

Easy Money is a Swedish thriller short on thrills. Read More »