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Reviews of Books with 298 Pages

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Frank-3 Enroute

by Tracy Fischer

Larger-than-life officer Rod Randel must combat a drug cartel in this exciting new addition to the Vegas-centered series. Frank-3 Enroute: It Ain’t Finished, the third book in the Las Vegas series by writing duo Rod Harris and Norma... Read More

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Chameleon

by Randy Radic

Brandt’s remarkable storytelling ability turns this true crime tale into the exciting, personal story of a charming con artist. True crime is a difficult genre to write effectively. Vast amounts of research are required, along with a... Read More

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Blown

by Lynn Evarts

Barrett simultaneously advances the plot and character development with fast action scenes and observant descriptions. “Once in, never out.” In Chuck Barrett’s first-rate thriller, "Blown", this oath between Army Delta Force... Read More

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Nature's Confession

by James Burt

Adventure, satire, dystopia, all in one well-written speculative-fiction package. Nature’s Confession, a new speculative fiction novel by J. L. Morin, works to combine adventure, science fiction, and some political satire. It also has... Read More

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Passionwalk

by Jill Allen

Plummer tastefully blends erotica with religious belief in this novel of love and open-minded Christianity. The old saw says love comes when you least expect it. Emotionally bruised child-care worker Saundra and ex-basketball player... Read More

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