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The Elephant on Sixth Street

by Eric Anderson

A fun cat-and-mouse caper discusses American temptations through witty dialogue and a clever plot. Fast-paced and funny, John Morton’s "The Elephant on Sixth Street" is a classic caper wrapped around a social commentary on the... Read More

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Going To Cameroon

by Eric Anderson

This fresh take on the murder mystery puts the reader in the shoes of a lying, deceptive killer. If he’s charming and well-read, can a murderer be in the right? In "Going To Cameroon", Izzaldin Alzain pulls us through a story that,... Read More

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Conclave Conspiracy

by Eric Anderson

This thriller is a must-read for anyone with an interest in the Vatican and its role in the modern world. Set in the near future when the Catholic Church faces critical and daunting challenges, "Conclave Conspiracy" is both a gripping... Read More

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The Beijing Duck

by Eric Anderson

"The Beijing Duck" is a fast-paced, funny tale for anyone who enjoys hard-boiled detective stories with a touch of the irreverent. Both comical and intriguing, Thomas de Kooning’s "The Beijing Duck" follows the misadventures of Ramone... Read More

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The Vipers of Islam

by Eric Anderson

Richly detailed cultures provide the backdrop to a heart-pounding debut thriller. Douglas Vigil’s debut novel, "The Vipers of Islam", is a fast-paced and richly layered story of two undercover CIA agents fighting terrorism overseas in... Read More

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The End Is Not Yet

by Eric Anderson

End-of-the-world scenario highlights the foibles of humanity and the judgment of those on high. When the end of days arrives, will you be prepared? In Diane Pillars’s debut novel, those guided by a true faith lead by example as those... Read More

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Sighs from the Sea

by Eric Anderson

Introspective characters dealing with a series of storms create a sense of community in this intriguing novella. In "Sighs from the Sea", Elena G. Baht explores how tied we are to the world around us through the metaphor of a small... Read More

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