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Book Review: Bounty by J.D. Cunegan (@JD_Cunegan )

Jill Anderson had already spent three years serving the people of Baltimore, it had allowed her to build up a tolerance to crime scenes, but it took every ounce of her restraint not to react to this one. If her peers knew she had known the victim she would be off the case. But she… Continue reading Book Review: Bounty by J.D. Cunegan (@JD_Cunegan )

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Book review: SEEDS The Journey Begins by Cary Allen Stone (@CaryAllenStone1 )

Humanity was about to embark on a new frontier. Returning to the role of Explorer they were destined to be. Only this time they were going further than any have been before. Their destination, Titan. Mother Earth was angry with her children, exhausted of resources and her anger rained down on those committing matricide. There… Continue reading Book review: SEEDS The Journey Begins by Cary Allen Stone (@CaryAllenStone1 )

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Book review: Flight of the Black Stork by Bill Broocke

When first they spotted the crescent shaped craft they had thought it was some new aircraft made by the Germans. They had never imagined what these Foo Fighters actually were, nor what their sudden and unexplained appearance actually meant for the people of Earth. Over fifty years this same alien species performed reconnaissance, experiments, abductions,… Continue reading Book review: Flight of the Black Stork by Bill Broocke

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Book review: The Gift Stone by Bianca Rowena

Bianca Rowena brings you a story which could be straight from Star Wars in The Gift Stone. The Gift Stone is the first book in Bianca Rowena's The Gifted series. Rita was raised by the temple as a temple girl, but following an encounter with Takano Rynn, leader of the dark army she fed to… Continue reading Book review: The Gift Stone by Bianca Rowena

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Book review: Welcome to the Galaxy by M D Tabat

Welcome to the Galaxy is an urban sci-fi reminiscent in some places of Douglas Addams in humour. When Quane's spaceship arrived near the International Space Station he could almost taste the sale and what would it matter if his goods were not exactly above board? He was offering the people of Earth a chance to… Continue reading Book review: Welcome to the Galaxy by M D Tabat

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Book review: MAYAN – Atlantis Returns (The Millennia Series Book 1) by Neil Enock

MAYAN - Atlantis Returns (The Millennia Series Book 1) is an urban fantasy / Science fiction novel written by Neil Enock. Bob Wallace is an archaeologist with ideas that see him shunned, some even think him a mockery to their profession. Yet all of his theories, his outlandish ideas, are stemmed from fact. Never before… Continue reading Book review: MAYAN – Atlantis Returns (The Millennia Series Book 1) by Neil Enock

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Book review: Displaced by Stephen Drake

Displaced is a dystopian, fantasy sci-fi written by Stephen Drake and is the first book in the Displaced series. Murdock's upbringing was considered anything but normal to the masses, raised by his father and uncle he was taught to hunt, to be a survivor. When he awakes on a distant planet he knows these skills… Continue reading Book review: Displaced by Stephen Drake

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Book review: Born F.R.E.E. By Dean C Moore

Born F.R.E.E. By Dean C Moore is a science fiction/ Thriller by Dean C Moore. Ray Cunningham is in charge of running the FBI's department who hunt down America's most wanted. But Ray has a secret, he is an uncaught serial killer himself. He instantly begins to recognise tells in his new partner Nick, and… Continue reading Book review: Born F.R.E.E. By Dean C Moore

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Book review: Zenzoris Returns by Jenny Burnley

Zenzoris Returns (The Sophie Radcliffe Series Book 1) by Jenny Burnley. Sophie Radcliffe is a top agent in the Intergalactic Law Enforcement Agency, feisty, with technology and computer skills that compete with even the most advanced species, not to mention a photographic memory make her the go to agent when things go wrong, and things… Continue reading Book review: Zenzoris Returns by Jenny Burnley

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Book Review: Tacenda by Christine Vann

Tacenda by Christine Vann  is a brilliant example of a first contact science fiction. The plot revolves around the two main characters Arucken, a nestling, and Kerris, a human partnered into his service. Life as a cross-species team is never easy, especially when so few humans seemed to successfully accept the pairing. Their latest orders… Continue reading Book Review: Tacenda by Christine Vann