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Severed Threads

Severed Threads by Kaylin McFarren is the story of Rachel Lyons - her dead father and Chase Cohen. The book opens with Rachel and Chase each trying to deal with the blame they feel for Rachel's father's death. McFarren details the events leading to Sam's death and then fast forwards you to 4 years later. There we find Rachel and Chase ...

Shattered Triangle

Shattered Triangle: A Consequential Murder by William P. Messenger is written in the fashion of a fictional autobiography of Tom Moran a detective in the Robbery Homicide Division of the LA police force.  Messenger tells his story by way of the detective Tom Moran. It is a stunning novel, that raises questions of fate, human nature, ...

Simon Grave and the Curious Incident of the Cat in the Daytime

Len Boswell's new book Simon Grave and the Curious Incident of the Cat in the Daytime is full of chuckles and some thought-provoking situations. Len Boswell can be relied on to inject humor into his mysteries, in fact, he probably delivers a guffaw every few minutes as he spins his tale. In this novel, the ...

Sins of the Fathers

Charlie was trapped in the office with a never-ending pile of bills to pay. Harley was getting restless and taking a break seemed like an excellent idea. With the opening of the next envelope, however, things in the small bar were about to take a drastic change.

From the very first page of Sins of the Fathers, A. J. McCarthy has you ...

Someone To Kiss My Scars

"Someone To Kiss My Scars," by Brooke Skipstone is a graphic novel about a character, Hunter Williams, who possesses a strange ability to view past events experienced by others.  The visions of these events are usually traumatic moments in their lives.  He sees them unfolding vividly in his mind as if he was physically there. ...

Songs From Richmond Avenue

Michael Reed’s novel “Songs From Richmond Avenue” published by Black Rose Writing successfully illustrates that everybody no matter what their status or station in life has a story. Reed also makes it clear that not all homeless people are scary and or dangerous just as not all people from the white and blue-collar classes are stable ...

Sons of Chester

The Sons of Chester with its subtitle “A Tale of Small Town Boys, Baseball, and Very Big Dreams" is a passport back to childhood for anyone who ever slugged it out in some dusty sandlot or pasture converted into a baseball field.  The authors are Craig Ohlau and Kevin L. Gingrich; Craig Ohlau is not only one of the main characters ...

Stars, Stripes and Corporate Logos

Donald L. Gilleland's, "Stars, Stripes and Corporate Logos," published by Black Rose Publishing is a memoir and a critical commentary of the many changes in society during the last few decades. Gilleland bravely broaches numerous subjects that are politically sensitive and expresses his often politically incorrect perspective. His ...

Sunborn Rising - Beneath the Fall

Sunborn Rising - Beneath the Fall by Aaron Safronoff is about a world of fantasy. Barra lives in a place of light, trees, and ocean water, a place that was once as bright and green as anyplace had ever been. Time had been cruel over the years and the light was no longer in the forest. Those living there had forgotten about light. Barra finds ...
 

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