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Book review: Little Girls Sleeping – Jennifer Chase (@JChaseNovelist)

Katie wasn't sure of her place when she left the army. Her previous employment and her familial connections meant she at least had some time to find out. Working as an admin was different to the action-packed life she had been used to. It wasn't long, however, before a cold case revived a ghost from… Continue reading Book review: Little Girls Sleeping – Jennifer Chase (@JChaseNovelist)

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Book review: King of the Nine Hells – Dean Klein

There are some books that should never be read. Some power and promises that are better left undelivered, lost in the flow of time. Such could be said about the Imprecation Sortairii. Forged in the dark ages its power is both ancient and terrifying. When an antique bookshop owner happened across it he could hardly… Continue reading Book review: King of the Nine Hells – Dean Klein

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Book review: Gordon Bickerstaff – Tears of Fire @ADPase

Zoe's own tactics had been used against her with precision execution. Captured, shamed, and manipulated into silence it seems her only option is to accept death in order to protect those she loves. The people who thought that obviously didn't know her, or her allies well at all. But her liberation just serves to throw… Continue reading Book review: Gordon Bickerstaff – Tears of Fire @ADPase

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Book review: Tabula Rasa: The end is nigh by Gordon Bickerstaff (@ADPase )

When they attacked Zoe Tampsin in her own home they made the worst possible mistake of their lives. Zoe had received a mission directly from the PM, she was the best of the best. None of them gave a thought to how easily they had subdued the renowned and feared woman. Now she is on… Continue reading Book review: Tabula Rasa: The end is nigh by Gordon Bickerstaff (@ADPase )

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Book review: The Black Fox by Gordon Bickerstaff

Gavin Shawlins is on the run, only he doesn't know it. Following their last mission for the Lambeth Group someone realised he knew something important, something that could put the US itself at risk. Zoe Tampsin, on the order of her superior, takes him and goes dark. In exchange for Gavin the US have offered… Continue reading Book review: The Black Fox by Gordon Bickerstaff

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Book review: Deadly Secrets by Gordon Bickerstaff

Gavin is an influential and recognised scientist, who uses the lab at the university to investigate enzymes. His own motivations causing him to become renowned in the field. It was this affinity to his work that saw him integrated into a secret government organisation, to be called upon when his particular area of expertise is… Continue reading Book review: Deadly Secrets by Gordon Bickerstaff

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Book review: In Between Dreams by Eugene Knight

Toby had been haunted by dreams so vivid, so real that he questioned his sanity. He dreamt of murder, but that which plagued him seemed to be more than just a dream. Toby was under the care of psychiatrist Dr Louis who started to have had his own theories, ones he shared with Dr Niles,… Continue reading Book review: In Between Dreams by Eugene Knight

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Book review: What I’d do for Love by K.F. Johnson

Greer had sacrificed so much for her husband Michael. She supported his decision to change career, she funded his education as he studied to become a sleep therapist. She gave and she gave. Committed to her marriage, to building a better life, not once did she resent putting her dreams on hold while he pursued… Continue reading Book review: What I’d do for Love by K.F. Johnson

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Book review: The Borman Factor by Robert Lalonde

It all started with the murder of investigative reporter Terry Reynolds. The local police wanted to chalk it down to a mugging, but Stan Novak isn't convinced. He thinks there is more to this than it was made to appear, but pressure from the mayor sees the investigation ruled a mugging gone wrong. It is… Continue reading Book review: The Borman Factor by Robert Lalonde

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Book review: Dark Associations by Marie Sutro

Dark Associations is a crime fiction thriller written by Marie Sutro Kate Barnes, a detective in the SFPD with a haunted past paved in guilt, tries to keep people at a distance, but in every day life even the simplest of exchanges can develop into something more. Kate was selected to be mentor, to watch… Continue reading Book review: Dark Associations by Marie Sutro