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July 25, 2017

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that were published July 25, 2017. You can also view all of the books we've reviewed that were published anytime in July 2017.

Book Review

The Sasquatch Murder

by Susan Waggoner

"The Sasquatch Murder" is an accomplished and thoroughly enjoyable tale, the kind of book one is sorry to finish because it’s such good company. No typical bigfoot tale, Jeffery Viles’s "The Sasquatch Murder" is a genre-bending novel... Read More

Book Review

The Wilds of Poetry

by Matt Sutherland

All the world’s Jews, Christians, Muslims, Hindus—they’re peas in a faith-based pod. But Buddhists don’t belong in there. No, the Buddhist gig is more about waking up to what’s real, realization of how the universe really... Read More

Book Review

The Punch Escrow

by Claire Rudy Foster

It’s 2109. Teleportation coexists with Rome’s iconic Vespa scooters, and the Mona Lisa has just disappeared. Following a plasma storm that knocks out the city’s tech network, Joel Byram wakes up with a very loose grasp on time... Read More

Book Review

The Truants

by J. G. Stinson

The images evoked in this reframing of vampire legends are both familiar and strange. Lee Markham’s cross-genre "The Truants" pulls no punches in its paradigm-shifting treatment of vampire legends. An unnamed man sits on a park bench... Read More

Book Review

The Life She Was Given

by Karen Rigby

The circus becomes both a refuge for Depression-era misfits and a site for additional cruelty. Ellen Marie Wiseman gathers potent Gothic elements in The Life She was Given to examine the impact of child abuse across generations. A... Read More