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A Drowned Kingdom

by John M. Murray

"A Drowned Kingdom" is a faith-based fantasy novel in which a prince from a lost kingdom fights for dominance in a new land. In P. L. Stuart’s contemplative fantasy novel "A Drowned Kingdom", a fallen kingdom gives rise to a legend.... Read More

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Immortal Blood

by John M. Murray

Set in a rich realm between the magical and the mundane, the fantasy novel "Immortal Blood" finds a young man facing a supernatural assault on his lineage. In Shawna Bennett’s swift fantasy novel "Immortal Blood", a family prepares to... Read More

Book Review

Brutus Nation 2

by John M. Murray

"Brutus Nation 2" is an action-packed and atmospheric dystopian thriller set in a corrupt society. In Kris Kyzer’s bombastic thriller Brutus Nation 2: Hammer of the Hogs, an ex-con incites violence in a capitalistic dystopia, while the... Read More

Book Review

Oath of the Brotherhood

by John M. Murray

In Carla Laureano’s tender fantasy novel "Oath of the Brotherhood", a young prince discovers that his musical talent is an ancient gift. The Isle of Seare follows the Old Ways, encouraging a warrior spirit. Here, the only value is in... Read More

Book Review

This Here Is Devil's Work

by John M. Murray

In Curtis Bradley Vickers’s harrowing novel This Here Is Devil’s Work, two wildland firefighters and a cattle rustler are thrust together when lightning sparks a blaze. Morgan is a brash but effective member of the Ruby Mountain... Read More

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Imminent Threat

by John M. Murray

In Jeff Gunhus’s bombastic thriller "Imminent Threat", an old threat rises to cleanse the world in fire; only the Alpha Team might be able to thwart him. Jacobslav Scarvan, a KGB assassin and a ruthless terrorist, finds himself aboard... Read More

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To the Mountain

by John M. Murray

In Erik Raschke’s lean, taut novel "To the Mountain", a father races to find his lost autistic son during a blizzard. In a remote juvenile center in Colorado, twelve-year-old Marshall endures bullying, overzealous staff members, and... Read More

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