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Book review: Phil Price – Unknown (@PhilPrice19)

Jake had lost everything the day his wife and child were taken from him. He fought his grief, surrendering his badge for a private license. As a police officer he felt powerless, he apprehended villains only for them to be turned loose and commit another crime. At least as a PI he could choose his work. Or… Continue reading Book review: Phil Price – Unknown (@PhilPrice19)

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Book Review: Kim Alexander – The Sand Prince (@KimAlexander80)

Princess Hellene had loved Malloy. It didn't matter he was human, that he came from beyond the door. And he had loved her too. Right until the weapon had sealed the door between the two worlds forever. But her young lover had left her something, not only a book written by his own hand, but… Continue reading Book Review: Kim Alexander – The Sand Prince (@KimAlexander80)

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Book review: Mari Collier – Man, True Man (@child7mari )

Teacher had an impossible task. With the death of his predecessor and the predicted Star Shift, a heavy burden was placed upon his shoulders. It was said he would either save or condemn their world. To do so he must discern who the True Man and the True Foe is. To put his faith in… Continue reading Book review: Mari Collier – Man, True Man (@child7mari )

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Book review: The Paper Boy – Diana J Febry (@DianaJFebry)

It is impossible to forget your first murder scene. More so if you believe the case in question hadn't been resolved correctly. When a recent stabbing appears to have a connection to these events it is time for DCI Hatherall to finally explore the overlooked leads in a case that almost ruined his career. He… Continue reading Book review: The Paper Boy – Diana J Febry (@DianaJFebry)

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Book review: Sarah Y Westmoreland – Najee: A Glimmer of Hope (@SWestAuthor )

Akinia was obsessed with learning, in fact, she had learnt to hack in order to expand the material she had access to. One thing she never discovered though was why she had been left as a nearly new-born baby at the orphanage, nor why the necklace, her only possession aside from a plain blanket, protested… Continue reading Book review: Sarah Y Westmoreland – Najee: A Glimmer of Hope (@SWestAuthor )

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Book review: Christine Church – Beyond a Veiled Reflection (@christinechurch )

Meirah was trying, she had studied Scottish culture, those who spoke with accents closest to her own alternative dimension dialect. She had adapted, evolved, all in the name of her love for Dane. But he was conflicted, he loved her, but he loved the new peace he was being granted when intoxicated, the closest to… Continue reading Book review: Christine Church – Beyond a Veiled Reflection (@christinechurch )

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Book review: Diana J Febry – Twisted Truth (@DianaJFebry )

Another boring fluff piece for the local rag put Megan on the trail of the story of a lifetime, or at least that was the promise. The idea was to rejuvenate the image of a nursing home, but the staff weren't the only ones to know of her upcoming visit. Through deception and carefully planned… Continue reading Book review: Diana J Febry – Twisted Truth (@DianaJFebry )

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Book review: Johanna Craven – Bridles Lane (@JohannaCraven )

Isaac returned home to find his families' graves had expanded further, he thought he was alone, until he heard of his sister, Scarlett, at the children home. He planned to leave her, thinking she would have a better life than he could offer, and yet he took her home. The problem about returning to his… Continue reading Book review: Johanna Craven – Bridles Lane (@JohannaCraven )

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Book review: Edward Castle – Unbound Deathlord: Challange (@ECastleWriter )

Jack Thorn, from the moment he entered the game was a thorn in the side of some of the most powerful characters in Valia. He broke the game, sending the preordained plot off course with his problem-solving skills, quick reactions, and the lessons taught to him by his parents. He entered the game to run… Continue reading Book review: Edward Castle – Unbound Deathlord: Challange (@ECastleWriter )

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Book review: Eichin Chang-Lim, Flipping (@EichinChangLim )

JonSun knew from the moment he caught a fleeting glimpse of her that his heart bellowed to the mysterious woman in the library. Vigilantly he returned, hoping to catch sight of her again, and when he did, the unimaginable happened. Despite being far beyond his reach, she agreed to go on a date. Her parents… Continue reading Book review: Eichin Chang-Lim, Flipping (@EichinChangLim )