A Scribe Dies In Brooklyn

By Marvin J. Wolf

Marvin J. Wolf’s A Scribe Dies in Brooklyn is one of the finest mystery books I have read in recent times. With a wonderful blend of suspense, action, and humor, it has all the ingredients of the best-written stories. I have been waiting to find...

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A Woman Doctor Came To Town

By Raymond Cook

A Woman Doctor Came to Town by Raymond Cook is a historical Western frontier story that follows Julia Pearce, a midwife who moves with her father Jacob to Apache Junction in 1890. As the father and daughter team settle into the town without a doctor,...

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Angel Avenger

A Max Becker Thriller
By Tim Wickenden

Angel Avenger: A Max Becker Thriller by Tim Wickenden has a strong appeal to fans of thrillers and sleuth novels. It is September in 1960 and a serial killer is doing a lot of ghastly killings in Germany. The first victim is discovered tied to...

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Autumn Sunset

By Rickk Berry III

Hundreds of years ago, the planet Relkus teemed with life and civilization. Then, in a cataclysmic event that no one really comprehends, most of the population succumb. Centuries later, there are mainly two populations: those who have taken refuge below ground and those who live...

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Autarchy

By Grant Winston

“People needed someone who would fight for them, for none among them would ever care or really try. Morale had sunk into an abyss where truth did not exist; where all we heard with our own ears and saw with our own eyes could be...

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Agenda

By Ron Sherkin

Agenda by Ron Sherkin is a mesmerizing thriller with elaborately developed characters and a plot with surprising twists. When Jericho Asher left his work as a spy after the death of one of his colleagues, it was a no-turning-back decision. But then the Agency comes...

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Angels of Light

Beyond the Veil
By Mark Vance

Angels of Light: Beyond the Veil is a beautifully riveting tale that follows a young boy’s dream of becoming a pilot as he matures into a grown man. Through his life-long love of planes and flying, the spirit of his dead uncle is his constant...

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A Town Called Vengeance

Brokeheart
By Kevin Wolf

A Town Called Vengeance (Brokeheart Series Book 2) by Kevin Wolf is the second book in this series that takes place in the time of the old west. What makes this series different from your typical western tale is the addition of the supernatural. In...

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A Spy Trip

By James McVan

A Spy Trip is an espionage thriller satire written by James McVan. The lot of the secret agent hadn’t changed much since the days when the Iron Curtain separated the East from the West. While the subject of much glamour and excitement when treated in...

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Augie's War

By John H. Brown

Augustino Lee Cumpton grew up in the coal mining town of Jeweltown, West Virginia, living a life not too different from many of the middle-class families he lived alongside in the late 1960s. He enjoyed summers at Grandpa Salvatore's camp, worked after school at the...

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