Review: Wired In 

Synopsis:  **Top 100 Notable Indie Book 2016, Shelf Unbound Magazine** Special Agent Sophie Ang’s emotions are battered by a child kidnapping case that goes badly wrong. In tracking the criminal ring, her rogue data analysis program D.A.V.I.D. identifies an anomaly that leads her into a cat-and-mouse game online with a deadly enemy whose motives are... Continue Reading →

Review: Rag Doll 

Synopsis:  America’s most famous ex-child star Jana Lane is starring in The Detective’s Wife, a murder mystery television show in 1985. Guest starring on the show is Christa Bianca, a rags-to-riches ingénue who has flooded the entertainment press. Life imitates television as cast members are murdered, and once again it’s up to Jana, along with... Continue Reading →

Review: Onyx Webb Book 7

Synopsis: Onyx Webb is a complex multi-genre mash-up that combines elements of supernatural suspense, crime, horror, romance, and more. The Onyx Webb series follows the unusual life of Onyx Webb along with a central group of characters in various locations and times. The billionaire Mulvaney family, piano prodigy Juniper Cole and her brother Quinn, paranormal... Continue Reading →

Review: The Holocaust (History & Memory)

  Synopsis: Brilliant and wrenching, The Holocaust: History and Memory tells the story of the brutal mass slaughter of Jews during World War II and how that genocide has been remembered and misremembered ever since. Taking issue with generations of scholars who separate the Holocaust from Germany’s military ambitions, historian Jeremy M. Black demonstrates persuasively... Continue Reading →

Review: Charmingly Yours

  Synopsis: For Rosemary Reynolds, life in tiny Morning Glory, Mississippi, is just like the fabric store she runs: it seems she’s always waiting around for someone else to make the first stitch. Then a dear childhood friend passes away, leaving behind a gift that sends Rosemary on a once-in-a-lifetime adventure. Despite her mother’s protests,... Continue Reading →

Review: Welcome to the Show (A Mickey Tussler Novel)

  Synopsis: It’s 1950 and Mickey Tussler—the now-famous pitching prodigy with autism and a golden arm—is back for another baseball season in this third installment of Frank Nappi’s critically acclaimed Legend of Mickey Tussler series. Talk of Mickey’s legendary exploits on the field has grown since his improbable debut two years prior, as have the... Continue Reading →

Review: Troublemaker

  Synopsis: A thrilling, fast-paced novel of romantic suspense from sensational New York Times and USA Today bestselling author Linda Howard. For Morgan Yancy, an operative and team leader in a paramilitary group, nothing comes before his job. But when he’s ambushed and almost killed, his supervisor is determined to find out who’s after the members... Continue Reading →

Review: Resort Isle

  Synopsis: San Diego Detective Frank Dugan has just become a victim of ruthless criminals, who have passed in and out of prison and continue to perform their grisly acts, in a free society. Dugan wants them put someplace where they can never return and never harm innocents again, and presents an innovative solution to this revolving... Continue Reading →

Review: Cozzi Cove (Moving Forward)

  Synopsis: On Cozzi Cove at the New Jersey Shore, handsome Cal Cozzi’s seven bungalows are once again open for summer and love. The vacationers include Rodney Maxwell and Dennis O’Halloran, a Tony Award-winning actor and his estranged producer/husband with their two hired studs, Jarek and Zeus. Computer analyst Sam enlists his best friend Chase... Continue Reading →

Review: The Stopped Heart

  Synopsis: Internationally bestselling author Julie Myerson’s beautifully written, yet deeply chilling, novel of psychological suspense explores the tragedies—past and present—haunting a picturesque country cottage. Mary Coles and her husband, Graham, have just moved to a cottage on the edge of a small village. The house hasn’t been lived in for years, but they are... Continue Reading →

Review: Behave

  Synopsis: “The mother begins to destroy the child the moment it's born,” wrote the founder of behaviorist psychology, John B. Watson, whose 1928 parenting guide was revered as the child-rearing bible. For their dangerous and “mawkish” impulses to kiss and hug their child, “most mothers should be indicted for psychological murder.” Behave is the... Continue Reading →

Review: Loose Thread (Cool Assasins 1)

  Synopsis: Hard Sci-Fi with a human touch. Cooperation versus hierarchy, circa 2070's. # Imagine a vibrant community that dumps 5,000 years of cultural traditions. Imagine a society without politicians, without corporate secrets, without adverts, without disparity in the spendable wealth of its citizens. Such a community has defied the status quo. It has aroused... Continue Reading →

Review: Legacy

Synopsis: How do you want to feel today? In 2041, the choice is yours. San Francisco is deserted, the Bay Bridge bombed, and the BART subway trains grounded. The Guardians, members of an elite and mysterious government-appointed military police force, are maintaining order at all costs--thanks to emotion-altering drugs like Emovere that suppress fear and... Continue Reading →

Review: Sour

  Synopsis: A re-telling of ‘Deirdre of the Sorrows’, updated to the modern day, re-imagined with bizarre local characters and set in a fictional Irish countryside. Hilarious, dark, thrilling, with a winding narrative native to the Irish countryside. In a desolate Irish town, a local paper boy goes missing. Conall, a beetroot-faced, mule of a man,... Continue Reading →

Review: The Rumor

  Synopsis: A friendship is tested in this irresistible page-turner from New York Times bestselling author Elin Hilderbrand. Nantucket writer Madeline King couldn't have picked a worse time to have writer's block. Her deadline is looming, her bills are piling up, and inspiration is in short supply. Madeline's best friend Grace, is hard at work... Continue Reading →

Review: Szen Zone

  Synopsis: Whereas ZEN is of the moment and what is, SZEN celebrates what could be. The SZEN ZONE - Reaching a State of Positive Change contains lighthearted and positive narrative on life and its possibilities, with stories that cover the gamut from interesting to profound. The general overarching theme is on change and all... Continue Reading →

Book Review: A Date with Her Valetine Doc by Melanie Milburne

A Date with Her Valentine Doc by Melanie Milburne is the perfect read for February! It has sparks flying everywhere.Readers will love this sweet medical romance novel. Some might think it's not for them..but this is definitely a novel for everyone whether or not you are into the medical field. An employee has a boss, Dr.... Continue Reading →

Book Review: A Desperate Fortune by Susanna Kearsley

A Desperate Fortune by Susanna Kearsley is a highly fascinating read that will capture readers everywhere. The plot is brilliantly well written and the interesting characters are breath-taking. I fell in love with the novel from the beginning. Susanna Kearsley is a genius when crafting together this story for others to read. The story is about... Continue Reading →

Book Review: To Have and To Hold by Trae Stratton

Trae Stratton's novel, To Have and To Hold is absolutely amazing! I highly recommend reading his fabulous novel. Trae Stratton definitely knows how to keep his readers intrigued and lured in from the first page onward. I loved his characters journey of romance unfolded right before me! A beautiful and simple love story told from... Continue Reading →

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