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Review: Moral Turpitude by Layne Winklebleck

★★★★½ Moral Turpitude by Layne Winklebleck

Moral Turpitude, the first book in the Ange Parker Series by Layne Winklebleck, is an action-packed thriller.

Davis Sheffield is the billionaire majority shareholder of Sheffield Industries, a private defense contractor. Davis, formerly Robert Davis Jones, married into the Sheffield family.…

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Review: Prince Dragonslayer by C. G. Cactus

★★★★ Prince Dragonslayer by C. G. Cactus

While you could call 20-something Florida resident Prince something of a dreamer, he could never have dreamed something like this; waking up on a bed of straw in place of a normal, comfortable mattress, he’s quickly greeted with his brother, or at least, a man identical to his brother who now claims to be a wizard-in-training, complete with staff and wizard hat.…

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Review: Project Anan by Lionel Lazarus

★★★★ Project Anan

Project Anan by Lionel Lazarus is a compelling work of science fiction about two planets facing a crisis. On the one hand, the aliens called are facing an energy crisis of their own, while humans are facing an ecological crisis on Earth.…

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Review: Devil’s Eye: Inception (Devil’s Eye Book 1) by James Bulu

★★★★ Devil's Eye by James Bulu

Devil’s Eye by James Bulu is a sci-fi story told through the retrospective narration of Josh, for reasons that the reader comes to know as the tale progresses. The youngest son of a mixed family, caught in the throes of religious inclination and familial expectations, the young Josh is gifted with an immense and confusing ability from a moment of great stress.…

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Review: Roots Entwine by Victoria Bastedo

★★★★ Roots Entwine by Victoria Bastedo

Doing one small thing can make a world of difference, if it’s the right thing.

Roots Entwine by Victoria Bastedo is an entertaining and heartfelt young adult fantasy adventure.

15-year-old Joaquin is different. When just a baby his family decides to keep him hidden from the people in town.…

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Review: Reach: Cultivate Customer Loyalty and Reap Intel by Ellen Wunder

★★★★½ Reach: Cultivate Customer Loyalty and Reap Intel

Ellen Wunder is a customer outreach specialist who knows how to connect with clients and make and keep them happy. She shares this knowledge with readers in this informative and very readable book.

Part business guide, part psychology manual, Reach will teach management and sales and customer service teams lots of things they probably didn’t know they needed to know.…

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