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Chinawoman's Chance

by Anita Lock

Chinawoman’s Chance is an engaging mystery with a historically informative feminist bent. A gruesome murder makes way for an unexpected romance in James Musgrave’s Chinawoman’s Chance. The first book in the Portia of the Pacific... Read More

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Icy the Iceberg

by Anita Lock

"Icy the Iceberg" is an appealing tale for young, inquisitive minds. One snowflake makes a transformational journey in Larry Friend’s "Icy the Iceberg". The story of Icy begins near Vancouver, Canada, where he becomes a snowflake. He... Read More

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Aphrodite's Stand

by Anita Lock

Aphrodite’s Stand works across genre conventions, resulting in a romance novel with definite bite. An interracial couple is so enraptured with one another that they are blindsided by the unfolding sinister plans of others in Sandra... Read More

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And the Hills Replied

by Anita Lock

Scottish mythology and time travel mix with meticulous storytelling. "And the Hills Replied" is a story of one man’s strange encounter during a 2005 vacation in Scotland to pay homage to his ancestors, where he stumbles upon a missing... Read More

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Natural Born Banker

by Anita Lock

A wonderful blend of mystifying characters within a twisted narrative, Jashanmal’s debut novel is absolutely fascinating from cover to cover, entertaining to the very end. "Natural Born Banker" centers on the separate lives of... Read More

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The Spider Web

by Anita Lock

Intriguing characters make "The Spider Web" an attention-grabbing read. "The Spider Web" is a multifaceted story of human struggle, international drug smuggling, and human trafficking. When an oncologist develops a top-secret anticancer... Read More

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Invisible Wings

by Anita Lock

Riveting, entertaining action elevates character-development and themes of light and dark in this experimental fantasy. "Invisible Wings" contains all of the elements needed to make a medieval fantasy: elves, fairies, dragons, kingdoms,... Read More

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Scream for Me

by Anita Lock

A tension-filled story about a serial killer also delves into the nature of dysfunction. Dysfunction in relationships is the prominent theme in Elizabeth Washburn’s debut thriller, "Scream for Me". A detective moves to a quiet town in... Read More

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