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Review: Corkscrew by Peter Stafford-Bow

★★★★½ Corkscrew by Peter Stafford-Bow

Boasting casual storytelling mastery and the sharp-tongued wit of Tom Robbins, Peter Stafford-Bow presents an incredibly amusing and unpredictable tale in Corkscrew. For wine lovers or those who simply love a great story, this is a mad ramble through the tangled world of wine, taking readers across two continents and countless adventures of one exceptional character, Felix Hart.…

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Review: First Kill: An Eli Quinn Mystery by Robert Roy Britt

★★★★★ First Kill: An Eli Quinn Mystery by Robert Roy Britt

Most private eye mysteries have a tendency to fall into common tropes and expected stylization, and there is rarely a reboot within the genre. Robert Roy Britt, the author of First Kill, works against that common grain and has created a believable and likable private eye in Eli Quinn that doesn’t seem like a cliché stepping out of a film noir classic.…

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Review: The Prouds by Laith Taher

★★★½ The Prouds by Laith Taher

Fantasy literature is in a Renaissance at the moment, and many new authors from around the world are doing their best to tap into this resurgent realm and engage that readership. In The Prouds by Laith Taher, readers are welcomed into a vaguely recognizable world of power struggles and royal conflicts that we see so often in fantasy sagas.…

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Review: How To Reverse World Recession by Dr. Niaz Ahmed Khan

★★★ reverse recession

How To Reverse World Recession by Dr. Niaz Ahmed Khan is an ambitious and unique vision of the future.

For readers who are experienced or interested in tax law, banking, governmental activities, economics, poverty conditions, and a dozen other major issues affecting the world today, this bold new book from Dr.…

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