Foreword Reviews

Delia Stanley, Book Reviewer

Book Review

Two Million Steps

by Delia Stanley

The historical novel "Two Million Steps" is set during the Civil War, and follows a farmer turned soldier as he serves, hoping to save his country. In Tommy Anderson’s historical novel Two Million Steps, a farmer becomes a Civil War... Read More

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Faithless

by Delia Stanley

In the action-packed thriller "Faithless", a mercenary with special powers but few memories works to find out who she is. In Steven Ramirez’s exciting thriller "Faithless", a woman who’s part of an experimental government project... Read More

Book Review

The Site

by Delia Stanley

"The Site" is a mysterious science fiction novel in which investigators stumble on aliens and face deep ethical questions. In Carlos Valrand’s science fiction novel "The Site", a woman’s dreams of clandestine missions and alien... Read More

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When We Were All Still Alive

by Delia Stanley

In the domestic novel "When We Were All Still Alive", a couple handles everyday surprises and disappointments, learning together how to love and be loved. In Keith McWalter’s novel "When We Were All Still Alive", an aging,... Read More

Book Review

The Last Dance

by Delia Stanley

The romantic memoir "The Last Dance" recalls the happy moments of a long marriage for a family’s next generation. Stephen Manning’s memoir "The Last Dance" is filled with loving memories of his wife. When Manning left his childhood... Read More

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

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