Foreword Reviews

Claire Foster, Book Reviewer

Book Review

The Bushman's Lair

by Claire Foster

Paul McKendrick’s The Bushman’s Lair is the thrilling true crime account of John Bjornstrom, a reclusive thief who lived in a beach cave off of British Columbia’s Shuswap Lake. It also functions as a speculative biography of the... Read More

Book Review

Midget

by Claire Foster

In the creative psychological novel "Midget", a malicious conservator is pit against a disabled man who resists her abuse. In Kate Valery’s suspenseful novel "Midget", music and mystery reign among a group of mentally ill people. Jim... Read More

Book Review

Crack the Code

by Claire Foster

The business guide "Crack the Code" plots a nontraditional, adaptable course through the inflexible corporate world. Kaiser Yang’s pragmatic business manual "Crack the Code" is about cultivating creativity in corporate spaces. Written... Read More

Book Review

Creative Words

by Claire Foster

"Creative Words" is a meaningful poetry collection and a work of layered creativity. Neil E. White’s "Creative Words" is a sensitive, thought-provoking poetry collection about the inspiring relationship between creativity and art. This... Read More

Book Review

Escape from Oblivia

by Claire Foster

In the novel Escape From Oblivia, a man flirts with his long overdue maturation, but faces obstacles both real and imagined in the process. Brian Kindall’s novel "Escape from Oblivia" uses humor to address the romantic, personal, and... Read More

Book Review

The Boy Who Didn't Cry

by Claire Foster

The Boy Who Didn’t Cry is a sensationalist thriller centered on an international hunt for a missing child. In Richie Rich’s grisly, glamorous thriller The Boy Who Didn’t Cry, a team of experts handle the rescues of those caught in... Read More

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