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Lover in the Nobody

by Lynn Evarts

A mentally ill man wrestles with his fetishes and inner demons in a novel that goes to extremes. Jonathan Harnisch’s "Lover in the Nobody" is a cross between intense sadomasochistic erotica and a psychological memoir, complete with... Read More

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Fire War

by Lynn Evarts

This intriguing, futuristic thriller conceives of a terrifying future for the United States. In his thought-provoking book "Fire War", T. T. Michael creates a country where the highest office is no longer elected by the populace and... Read More

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The Paris Protection

by Lynn Evarts

Thriller fans will find themselves on the edge of their seats as they experience Paris at breakneck speed. In Bryan Devore’s heart-stopping thriller "The Paris Protection", Secret Service agents Rebecca Reid and David Stone are charged... Read More

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Little Pretty Things

by Lynn Evarts

A dank roadside motel plays a central role in this murder mystery involving teenage girls, competition, and festering secrets. In this well-written atmospheric mystery, Juliet Townsend has never left town after high school. As a runner... Read More

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A Stalker's Journey

by Lynn Evarts

This novella tells the tale of a mentally ill man’s criminal escapades. In A Stalker’s Journey, John C. Lukegord introduces Curtis Evan Ware, a force of evil to all he encounters. Lukegord attempts to share the depths of depravity... Read More

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Under Dark Skies

by Lynn Evarts

Paranormal and FBI-thriller elements blend seamlessly to present a strong cross-genre offering. In A. J. Scudiere’s paranormal thriller "Under Dark Skies", former medical examiner Donovan Heath and FBI agent Eleri Eames become partners... Read More

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Fifty Yards and Holding

by Lynn Evarts

This dramatic gay-teen story of forbidden love intertwines themes of gangs, divorce, teen pregnancy, and transcendent love. In David-Matthew Barnes’s "Fifty Yards and Holding", two young men from different worlds find love and security... Read More

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Brave

by Lynn Evarts

Shyness can be crippling, but Helen Rivas-Rose shows the way toward better communication and a better life. In Helen Rivas-Rose’s detailed and poignant memoir, "Brave", she details her lifelong struggle with shyness and how she learned... Read More

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