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Cold Blood, Hot Sea

by J. G. Stinson

"Cold Blood, Hot Sea" showcases the effects of climate change on a particular industry, presenting a range of opinions and attitudes. Charlene D’Avanzo’s "Cold Blood, Hot Sea" focuses on Dr. Mara Tusconi, an oceanographer at the... Read More

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The Blood

by J. G. Stinson

Allynn Riggs has created a world both familiar and strange, and is in good company with the best science fiction and fantasy. Allynn Riggs’s "The Blood" mixes science fiction and fantasy to good effect in a tale laced with humor,... Read More

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First Light

by J. G. Stinson

Themes of friendship and faith thread through Bill Noel’s lively, likable Southern mystery tale. Themes of friendship and faith thread through Bill Noel’s ninth Folly Beach mystery, First Light, a lively novel set on a South Carolina... Read More

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The Threat Below

by J. G. Stinson

This postapocalyptic YA novel is a fast-paced, fascinating slam dunk of a book. "The Threat Below", by Jason Latshaw, is a YA science fiction novel built expertly upon genre basics. The result is a fast-paced, mind-expanding tale of... Read More

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Method 15/33

by J. G. Stinson

This brilliant thriller centers on an abducted teen who’s not the “average” victim. Take nearly everything that’s ever been written (fictionally or not) about what happens to kidnapped girls (they often end up dead) and toss it... Read More

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Re-Collecting Black Hawk

by J. G. Stinson

This book provides the stark contrast between names and actual historical events in cases where one version of history is promoted over another. "Re-Collecting Black Hawk" puts forth a provocative and thorough examination of how a... Read More

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