Foreword Reviews

Peter Dabbene, Book Reviewer

Book Review

The Artist Spoke

by Peter Dabbene

"The Artist Spoke" is a bookish but exciting literary mystery. Ted Morrissey’s novel "The Artist Spoke" is a mysterious, mesmerizing examination of the contrary aspects of the writing life, and the fragility of relationships.... Read More

Book Review

Adler

by Peter Dabbene

A cast of famous fictional and real-life characters navigates a high-stakes, Victorian-era adventure in the exciting graphic novel "Adler". Irene Adler, first introduced in Arthur Conan Doyle’s Sherlock Holmes stories, takes the lead... Read More

Book Review

Farthest South

by Peter Dabbene

Ethan Rutherford’s "Farthest South" is a spooky, sweet, wondrous short story collection. Rutherford’s stories possess undeniable darkness, and his collection maintains suspense throughout. But the thread that connects the stories is... Read More

Book Review

The Stringer

by Peter Dabbene

A reporter squeezed by the changing news industry decides to play by different, dangerous rules in "The Stringer". Mark Scribner is a seasoned war correspondent who risks his life to bring truth to the world. But as the world shows less... Read More

Book Review

Monsters

by Peter Dabbene

Consummate craftsman Barry Windsor-Smith presents an epic tale of love, horror, revenge, and redemption in his outstanding graphic novel "Monsters". The story revolves around the fate of Bobby Bailey, a young man marked by family tragedy... Read More

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