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The Nobodies

by Dontaná McPherson-Joseph

"The Nobodies" is a compulsive psychological thriller that concerns the dark, obsessive side of women’s friendships. A childhood friend’s return reawakens buried feelings in Alanna Schubach’s thriller "The Nobodies". From their... Read More

Book Review

Still, the Sky

by Dontaná McPherson-Joseph

"Still, the Sky" is a labyrinthine poetic epic that fleshes out a resilient and multifaceted mythological brotherhood. The Greek myths of Icarus and the Minotaur are reimagined in Tom Pearson’s poetic epic "Still, the Sky". Toggling... Read More

Book Review

Let Go

by Dontaná McPherson-Joseph

An experiment in creating meaning, "Let Go" is a compelling wordless novel about accepting change. A man is escorted from his former office on a snowy, windswept night in Mark Huebner’s wordless novel "Let Go". An unnamed man packs his... Read More

Book Review

Off Target

by Dontaná McPherson-Joseph

One mistake shakes the foundations of a family in Eve Smith’s domestic thriller "Off Target". In a society where IVF is the norm, Susan and her husband have been trying to conceive the old-fashioned way for years. Susan’s husband... Read More

Book Review

Into the Mist

by Dontaná McPherson-Joseph

The end of the world arrives with bombs and a mysterious green fog in P. C. Cast’s supernatural novel Into the Mist. Mercury, Stella, Imani, and Karen wrap up a teacher’s conference at a mountain resort in Oregon. Taking a travel... Read More

Book Review

Line of Darkness

by Dontaná McPherson-Joseph

A simple missing person’s case takes a far-right turn in Max Tomlinson’s novel "Line of Darkness". Colleen is known to law enforcement for being both an ex-felon and a private investigator. She’s also known for being involved in... Read More

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