Foreword Reviews

Delia Stanley, Book Reviewer

Book Review

You Might Feel a Little Prick

by Delia Stanley

"You Might Feel a Little Prick" is a suspenseful medical thriller that incorporates dark humor into its peek behind the surgery room curtain. In Reuben Leder’s satirical thriller "You Might Feel a Little Prick", lovers and friends... Read More

Book Review

A Gentlewoman Scholar

by Delia Stanley

"A Gentlewoman Scholar" is made up of three historical romance novellas, all set in the 1800s, wherein women fight gender expectations and discover love. In the first story, Winnifred becomes Fred, using ill-fitting clothing and a... Read More

Book Review

13 Days to Die

by Delia Stanley

In Matt Miksa’s political thriller "13 Days to Die", American and Chinese agents work together as a deadly virus threatens to cause worldwide devastation. Olen is used to working undercover in dangerous territories. But between the... Read More

Book Review

Complicit

by Delia Stanley

"Complicit" is an intense thriller whose strong women refuse to be bullied by bad men. In Amy Rivers’s thriller "Complicit", old friends are thrown together to solve the mystery of a disturbing death that reveals a long-hidden truth... Read More

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Henri's Last Gift

by Delia Stanley

Henri’s Last Gift is a playful psychological novel that reframes life’s hardest moments as opportunities for healing. In Gilles Jaitour’s supernatural novel Henri’s Last Gift, a repressed man’s departed friends help him to face... Read More

Book Review

Acts of Hope

by Delia Stanley

"Acts of Hope" is an ambitious, adventurous story of love and religious dedication set during the Inquisition. In Martin Elsant’s historical romance novel "Acts of Hope", the fight against the Inquisition threatens the future of... Read More

Book Review

Finding George Washington

by Delia Stanley

Ending with a twist, this time travel novel is a history-minded work that questions which cultural influences best define the US. In Bill Zarchy’s science fiction novel "Finding George Washington", George Washington is temporally... Read More

Book Review

New Jersey Noir

by Delia Stanley

In William Baer’s mystery novel, a private eye finds love, lust, jealousy, and justice as he unravels a decade-old murder case in the Garden State. Stylish and sarcastic private investigator Jack Colt takes on a cold case after its... Read More

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