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South of Good

by Karyn Saemann

This intelligent, well-written drug thriller is also wickedly funny. Texas sheriff Hardin Steel becomes ensnared in a violent drug feud along the US-Mexican border in Randall Reneau’s suspense-and-action-crammed "South of Good". When... Read More

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Dark South

by Karyn Saemann

The theme of disenfranchisement in the American South runs through this ghoulish short story collection featuring ghosts and gore. Mystics, mummies, ghostly apparitions, and an array of unhinged characters up to assorted no good... Read More

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Requiem for the Phoenix

by Karyn Saemann

This action-packed thriller features a highly developed cast of characters. Hidden agendas are enmeshed in "Requiem for the Phoenix", Skip Allen’s intelligent political thriller. Matt and Annie Garret, undercover members of the US... Read More

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Casting Lots

by Karyn Saemann

Two lost men find their way together after being touched by Christ in very different ways. Had the Gospel writer Luke kept a diary, it might have read like Casting Lots, a debut novel by William D. McEachern. The book is a richly... Read More

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The Rummy Club

by Karyn Saemann

Anoop Ahuja Judge shines at scene setting, in both India and the San Francisco Bay Area, with abundant, lush details. In "The Rummy Club", by Anoop Ahuja Judge, four high school friends from India reunite decades later in California,... Read More

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