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Wine Runs Deep

by Eva Schegulla

The novel excels in its depiction of wine country and wine production. It’s set out in loving, exciting detail, with ample sensory elements. Patrick Ember’s "Wine Runs Deep" is part heist caper, part romance, and part redemption... Read More

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Falling

by Eva Schegulla

Sensory details bring the past to life in this charming time-travel story. The second book in the Tower Room series, Dawn Davis’s "Falling" is an intriguing time-travel adventure. It’s 1988, and Leo is a lonely middle-aged baker who... Read More

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The Silver Horn Echoes

by Eva Schegulla

This excellent historical tale is driven by action and heart-pounding heroism. "The Silver Horn Echoes" by Michael Eging and Steve Arnold is a sweeping historical epic that is rich in its characters, plot, and legend. Built around the... Read More

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Two Bodies One Soul

by Eva Schegulla

Two Bodies One Soul: Brothers breaks with tropes of vampire stories, and does so with strength and vision. Two Bodies One Soul: Brothers by Alannah King focuses on experimentation on vampires and the nature/nurture conundrum. The... Read More

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Dystortions: Purple Haze

by Eva Schegulla

This alternate world—sharpening the positive, the grotesque, and the ridiculous—can be both wonderful and fascinating. Lisa Pell’s science fiction novel "Dystortions: Purple Haze" has an intriguing premise that combines an eerily... Read More

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