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A Place Called Zamora

by John M. Murray

Glimmers of discontent and secrets arise in a city that’s under authoritarian rule in "A Place Called Zamora", a promising start to a new dystopian series. In LB Gschwandtner’s dystopian novel "A Place Called Zamora", an unlikely... Read More

Book Review

Emerald Knight

by John M. Murray

Sorcerers, ancient dragons, and careful showdowns make this morality tale fascinating. In J. M. Sampson’s historical fantasy of heroic proportions, "Emerald Knight", a knight with rigid morals protects innocents and thwarts evil. In... Read More

Book Review

Flights of Marigold

by John M. Murray

In Susan Forest’s "Flights of Marigold", sisters seek a prophesied relic in a land torn by war and dwindling magic. In this second series title, the Shangril empire endures cataclysmic change. The seven kingdoms fall to a single king... Read More

Book Review

Road Seven

by John M. Murray

In Keith Rosson’s chilling novel "Road Seven", two men set out in search of the unknown, but karma catches up to them. Mark is a disgraced cryptozoologist who’s eager to leave the country; he hopes to escape the darkness of his past.... Read More

Book Review

Baby Steps

by John M. Murray

Genetic engineering is behind the movements of "Baby Steps", a novel that dramatizes both philosophical musings and scientific revelations. In Eugene Clark’s robust novel "Baby Steps", independent parents grapple with the morality and... Read More

Book Review

Buddies

by John M. Murray

Two men try to outrun the traumas of their past, but leave destruction in their wake, in the sensitive and suspenseful thriller "Buddies". In Kip Cassino’s taut chase thriller "Buddies", two veterans leave a bloody path behind them as... Read More

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