Primary Peril

The Gatekeepers of Democracy, Book 3
By Bill Lewers

Political intrigue, drama, crime, and mystery are elements that make the third book in The Gatekeepers of Democracy series a compelling read. In Primary Peril by Bill Lewers, readers encounter compelling characters in a run for a political position that quickly transforms into a vicious...

Menu for Murder

A Jayne Stanford Mystery Book 1
By L. A. Keller

Menu for Murder: A Jayne Stanford Mystery Book 1 is a lighthearted romantic mystery that will make you smile and have a hard time putting it down. Jayne is the main character. Her innocence and tendency to jump right into every situation without thinking it...

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The Night Visitors

A Novel
By Carol Goodman

On the run from an abusive relationship, Alice with ten-year-old Oren stops in Delphi, New York. She phones a hotline to ask for help, which comes in the form of a middle-aged social worker called Mattie. Instead of dropping them off at a local shelter,...

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The Chosen Man

By J G Harlond

The Chosen Man by JG Harlond is an historical novel set in 17th century Europe during the period known as “Tulip Mania”. Tulip bulbs in the Netherlands were fetching incredibly high prices at the time, making many people extremely rich. The story of Ludovico de...

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The Trevor Truculence

Amorous Adventures Among the Phoenician Antiquities in the South of Spain
By Peter Kelton

The Trevor Truculence by Peter Kelton is a standalone work of literary fiction set in a tiny village in Spain, perched within reach of the Mediterranean. The village is as much a character in the book as all those who live in it, creating enough...

Martyrs al-Sabra

By Dan M. Kalin

Martyrs al-Sabra by Dan M. Kalin is one of the best books I have ever read. What a remarkable thriller and what a talented writer! Let me begin by saying I usually avoid really long books, especially those involving politics and terrorism. So many of...

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Nobody Knows Where Frank Hutchison Is Buried

Revised - Second Edition
By Richard Siciliano

Nobody Knows Where Frank Hutchison Is Buried by Richard Siciliano is an interesting, character-driven story with strong social themes. Meet Frank Hutchison, aka Peter Sanchez, a sophisticated character with powerful dreams. Frank knows nothing about his father or his ancestors from his father’s side. But...

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Journey to the West Valley Wall

By Mark L Lloyd

Jack Van Horne, a science fiction writer, has been plagued with agoraphobia for the past ten years. Jack has been unable to leave the street where his apartment is located, only venturing to the local coffee shop and his doctor. Whenever he tries to write...

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Different

By Datta Groover

Different by Datta Groover is, well…different. It is a great story on a lot of levels that clicked with me. The writing is so good that you don’t notice it at all and that’s rare for me. I am a writer myself, so I’m always...

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The Songbird and the Secret

Of Time and Eternity
By Celena Marie Janton

Growing up on Bringewood Estate in Herefordshire, England, in the eighteenth century, Katharina led a somewhat charmed life. With two young lords of the manor vying for her affections, all she had to do, once she grew up, was choose. It didn’t matter which one,...

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