Foreword Reviews

Claire Foster, Book Reviewer

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

Book Review

The Divine Comedy

by Claire Foster

Gerald J. Davis’s translation of the epic poem "The Divine Comedy" is faithful to the themes of its source material. Gerald J. Davis’s translation of "The Divine Comedy" is a sentimental revival of Dante Alighieri’s classic poem... Read More

Book Review

Autumn Leaves, 1922

by Claire Foster

"Autumn Leaves, 1922" is a sumptuous spy romp with an irresistible heroine. Glamorous gossip columnist Kiki is bereaved and beauty-starved when she returns to Paris from her mother’s deathbed in Australia. The jazz age is in full... Read More

Book Review

The Necklace

by Claire Foster

When a convicted child murderer is up for lethal injection, the victim’s mother is driven to exonerate the killer in "The Necklace", a punchy thriller about an eleventh-hour discovery in the gruesome murder of a seven-year-old girl.... Read More

Book Review

Paradise, WV

by Claire Foster

In the layered thriller "Paradise, WV", a rural town suffers from the “municipal leprosy” of the stigmatized opioid epidemic. A string of grisly murders links the misery of the town’s present to its gory past—and to a convicted... Read More

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