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Nation of the Beasts

by Delia Stanley

"Nation of the Beasts" is a bewitching fantasy novel—both bold and exciting. Mariana Palova’s "Nation of the Beasts" is a supernatural coming-of-age story, full of action and family bonds. Ever since he was a child, Elisse could see... Read More

Book Review

All My Colors

by Michelle Anne Schingler

Someday, Todd Milstead is going to be a great writer. Never mind that he’s in his forties with nothing to indicate this, save the flattery of a local bookseller and the regular gatherings he hosts with other self-proclaimed writers. In... Read More

Book Review

The Dark Game

by John M. Murray

Jonathan Janz’s "The Dark Game" is an unsettling, fascinating horror drama about morality and fame. Legendary writer Roderick Wells hosts a retreat at his secluded estate for ten up-and-coming authors that offers huge monetary rewards... Read More

Book Review

Painless

by John M. Murray

"Painless" is a difficult to put down, gory horror thriller with gut-wrenching twists and turns. Marty Thornley’s unsettling "Painless" is a medical thriller with a touch of horror in which desperate people turn to a mad scientist for... Read More

Book Review

The Quelling

by Linda Thorlakson

The rush of a whodunit pales next to Barbara Barrow’s what’ve-they-done-and-why, "The Quelling". The novel instantly achieves page-turner status through vexing questions. Why are two youngsters being raised by television nature... Read More

Book Review

Monsterland Reanimated

by Anita Lock

A coming-of-age page-turner, "Monsterland Reanimated" puts a whole new spin on the world of good and evil. What started as an act of altruism turns into a horror of monstrous proportions in Michael Okon’s "Monsterland Reanimated". A... Read More

Book Review

And Then There Were Crows

by Rebecca Hussey

Alcy Leyva’s "And Then There Were Crows" is a funny and fast novel in which angels and demons unexpectedly invade the isolated existence of the book’s endearing and prickly protagonist, Amanda Grey. Public spaces make Grey anxious;... Read More

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