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Operation Light Switch

by J. G. Stinson

"Operation Light Switch" is a superior military thriller that captures the essence of what it means to serve one’s country. In "Operation Light Switch", John Wemlinger proffers a wronged hero and a scarily plausible world scenario.... Read More

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Vodka Caliphate

by Joseph S. Pete

The fast-paced "Vodka Caliphate" is fun from beginning to end, and will appeal to anyone interested in geopolitics. Lee A. Sweetapple’s "Vodka Caliphate", the latest installment in the Jim Stillwater series, stands out as an action... Read More

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Maximum Volume

by Rachel Jagareski

"Maximum Volume" has enormous appeal for Beatles fans, record collectors, social historians, music wonks, and indeed, anyone with ears. Kenneth Womack’s "Maximum Volume" is a lively and engaging biography of Beatles producer George... Read More

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Some Damn Fool Thing

by CJ Triplett

"Some Damn Fool Thing" is excellent and nuanced historical fiction. The first in a planned series, J. William Whitaker’s historical novel "Some Damn Fool Thing" explores the historical and social changes and conflicts leading up to... Read More

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The Perfect Tenant

by Emily Kubal

Elegant imagery and characterization bring the story to life, with the streets of San Francisco carefully described. Rosanna Brand’s "The Perfect Tenant" is an epic, multifaceted thriller that explores the mind of a serial killer, and... Read More

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Finding Sylvia

by Katerie Prior

"Finding Sylvia" is a thoroughly modern romance, both deep and complex. Alan Shayne’s "Finding Sylvia" is an unexpected romance, both a universal reflection of searching for love and a portrait of a man enraptured by an enigmatic... Read More

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