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Review: Angles (Part 1) by Erin Lockwood

Angles (Part 1) by Erin Lockwood

★★★★ Cara Miller is at an impasse – laid off from her interior decorating firm, she works a job at a bank that she has no passion for, and wishes for marriage and a family, while dating a commitment phobic fitness buff. When she meets a handsome stranger at her best friend Teddy’s wedding, things only get more complicated as ... Read More »

Review: Walking Out of the Dark by Steven R. Malikowski

Walking Out of the Dark by Steven Malikowski

★★★★½ Brotherly love is a powerful motivation for many people, but for author Steven Malikowski, his brother’s inspiring life and outlook drove him to write an unforgettable memoir, Walking Out of the Dark. After Mike lost his sight, Steven saw firsthand the challenges of being disabled, even partially, in a world that is so often driven by speed, efficiency, and ... Read More »

Review: Lamellia: The Kingdom of Mushrooms by Gloria D. Gonsalves

Lamellia: The Kingdom of Mushrooms by Gloria David Gonsalves

★★★½ Lamellia: The Kingdom of Mushrooms by Gloria D. Gonsalves is a whimsical and yet a rather unusual book following a society of mushrooms and its fungal king called Polipoli. They’re an advanced society with warring factions who are all based on actual mushroom species that grow in the world today. One day while venturing off in the forest, a ... Read More »

Review: Vector: Tradecraft: Phase Zero by Michael Shusko

Vector: Tradecraft: Phase Zero by Michael Shusko

★★★★½ Terrorist attacks, car chases, secret weapon research, a rugged hero and a determined doctor are just a few of the highlights in Vector, the addictive new thriller from Michael Shusko. The mysteries begin piling up early on, and the action-packed opening scenes grab readers by the throat and refuse to let go. Lee Jansen and Emma Hess make quite ... Read More »

Review: The Chemist (Daniel Strong Book 1) by Alan J. Field

The Chemist (Daniel Strong Book 1) by Alan Field

★★★★ The high-stakes world of global politics and espionage is packed with stories just waiting to be told, and Alan Field spins an incredible tale of this covert underbelly in The Chemist. For fans of the thriller genre, this book delivers in every way imaginable, from smart dialogue and protagonists with dark pasts to dangerous vixens and an endless array ... Read More »

Review: A Pyre of Roses by Roland P. Joseph

A Pyre of Roses

★★★★ Michael Attzs is a man with no past. He has but a flash of memory of a man leaving him in an orphanage in a Trinidadian village under the iron rule of Catholicism and colonialism, but this is all he has of his childhood. When his wife and child are brutally killed, a mysterious stranger wants to finger him ... Read More »