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Book review: Anita Dickason – Not Dead (@anita_dickason)

When four year old Mandy Norton is abducted from her own back yard, Chad Bishop springs into action. A big city cop in a small town knows just the moves to play, unfortunately, so too does the new editor of the Tribune. Butting heads over the disappearance Chad learns a horrific truth, this feisty reporter… Continue reading Book review: Anita Dickason – Not Dead (@anita_dickason)

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Book review: Debbie De Louise – Sea Scope (@Deblibrarian)

Sarah had known there was trouble in her marriage for a long time. Even before the devastation she faced on finding out her brother had died. It stemmed from the fact that, for some unknown reason, she and her husband were unable to conceive and he was not open to any alternative. When an invitation… Continue reading Book review: Debbie De Louise – Sea Scope (@Deblibrarian)

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Book review: JD Stanley – The Seer (@jdstanleywrites)

The rule of the Red King, Barry, has driven the people of Edenshire, to the brink of devastation. Even the Seer can divine only destruction before them, and it is a path he himself had brought to pass. He had ended King Manfred's reign by his own hand, and ensured Manfred's daughter, Brigit, became his ward,… Continue reading Book review: JD Stanley – The Seer (@jdstanleywrites)

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Book review: Michele E. Northwood – Fishnets in the Far East (@northwood_e)

Michele had longed to be a dancer, but when she was accepted to be a dancer, as part of a troupe going to Korea, she was a little apprehensive and with good reason. This male-dominated society gave no quarter. Naïve, inexperienced, and shy she soon learns she must take life into her own hands or… Continue reading Book review: Michele E. Northwood – Fishnets in the Far East (@northwood_e)

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Book review: John Irvin – Blood of the Father

On the day Tiras buried his wife everything changed. He mourned her passing unaware his own transition was to follow. The Almighty had a plan, He would do something new.  Attacked by a vicious wolf, Tiras thought his life was at an end, but as the pain and torment increased, the Almighty came to him,… Continue reading Book review: John Irvin – Blood of the Father

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Book review: Camille Faye – Emergence (@camillefaye)

Things had finally started to fall into place for Sophie. She truly thought she had found her calling. Having completed several successful mind changes, adapted to life in the voodoo shop, and accepted the love and friendship of those around her, she had never found herself more at home. But as quickly as this contentment came… Continue reading Book review: Camille Faye – Emergence (@camillefaye)

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Book review: Camille Faye – Voodoo Butterfly (@camillefaye)

When Sophie received a letter addressed to her late mother it changed her life. But she had no idea of the extent of this change. She had often thought of owning her own business, although a house of voodoo hadn't exactly been what she had in mind. Her grandmother, Seraphina, had been a Mind Changer,… Continue reading Book review: Camille Faye – Voodoo Butterfly (@camillefaye)

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Book review: C.A. King – Red Dot Capers

Jack Russell had protected his secret desperately for ten years. If he wanted to have rights, to work as a lawyer, to live in a nice property, it was a necessity. For ten years he had cut ties with his beast and separated himself from others of his kind, but a single incident in the… Continue reading Book review: C.A. King – Red Dot Capers

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Book review: Christopher Coates – The Ark (@ccoatesbook)

When a threat with extinction-level potential was accidentally discovered it took a few weeks to confirm the findings, but soon the government was on high alert, pumping resources into excelling the most promising projects, those which could keep people safe until the danger had passed. One such undertaking was a sleeper project, designed to put… Continue reading Book review: Christopher Coates – The Ark (@ccoatesbook)

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Book review: David Litwack – The Time That’s Given (@DavidLitwack)

Albert was lonely. His son had grown and moved away, his daughter was busy with her first child on the way, and the love of his life had travelled abroad to complete her dream of obtaining a degree. Alone in his home he retreats to his imaginings fuelled by the many fantasy novels he had… Continue reading Book review: David Litwack – The Time That’s Given (@DavidLitwack)