Revelations (Salinor the Beginnings Book 1) by Samuel Alexander

Review: Revelations (Salinor the Beginnings Book 1) by Samuel Alexander

★★★★ In the world of Salinor – a world as full of lies as it is of magic – there ...
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Muldooneys and Me: A Memoir by Marlene P. Naicker

Review: Muldooneys and Me: A Memoir by Marlene P. Naicker

★★★★½ Designer, entrepreneur, survivor – all these characterize fashion maven Marlene P. Naicker, author of the emotive memoir, Muldooneys and Me ...
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The Crown Princess' Voyage by Dylan Madeley

Review: The Crown Princess’ Voyage (The Gift-Knight Trilogy Book 2) by Dylan Madeley

★★★★ In The Crown Princess' Voyage by Dylan Madeley, politics, subterfuge, and war guide the plot as established characters move ...
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Hiding in Third Person by Phil Bradley

Review: Hiding in Third Person by Phil Bradley

★★★★★ Hiding in Third Person is a riveting coming-of-age tale by talented author, Phil Bradley. It sucks in the reader ...
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This Gospel of the Kingdom by Ricardo Taylor

Review: This Gospel of the Kingdom by Ricardo Taylor

★★★★ Preacher and author Ricardo Taylor explains the difference between commonly conceived facts about the mission of Jesus, and the ...
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Terra 12: Paradise Found by Ryan Baxter

Review: Terra 12: Paradise Found by Ryan Baxter

★★★½ Given the present situation on our planet, more and more eyes are turning to space as a possible escape ...
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The Moonshine Wars

Review: The Moonshine Wars: Or My Life in Kincaid, Georgia by Terry Lee Kincaid III

★★★½ While it is easy to look at the post-Civil War era through a historical and objective lens, the stories ...
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Emboozlement (McCall & Company Book 3)

Review: Emboozlement (McCall & Company Book 3) by Rich Leder

★★★★½ Emboozlement is Rich Leder's third novel in the excellent McCall & Company series. Kate McCall, an off-off Broadway actress ...
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Island of the Assassin by Joseph Roccasalvo

Review: Island of the Assassin by Joseph Roccasalvo

★★★★½ Most people don’t see a moral gray area when it comes to killing other human beings, but there are ...
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