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Renate Childs, Book Reviewer

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The Broken Promise

by Renate Childs

"The Broken Promise" thoughtfully exemplifies the idea that freedom often comes at a price. Mabior P. Mach’s "The Broken Promise" is a sweeping and tragic tale that depicts the horrors of wartime, conflicts with tradition, and the... Read More

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A World Diverse II

by Renate Childs

The eloquent language and thoughtful subjects of the poems are made prevalent. "A World Diverse II" by David Edmond is a thoughtful and passionate collection of poems that explores the most universal of life’s experiences. The work... Read More

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The Amorous Postman

by Renate Childs

This erotic work indulges in the most basic human desires. Martin Harvey’s "The Amorous Postman" is a gluttonous erotic novel that explores the pleasures and challenges of a young man’s sexual awakening and journey to adulthood. Liam... Read More

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To Forgive but Not to Forget

by Renate Childs

"To Forgive but Not to Forget" is engrossing as it challenges preconceived notions of what it means to love and be loved. Marion Catterall’s "To Forgive but Not to Forget" is a passionate, heartfelt, and escapist novel about love,... Read More

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The Lion's Den

by Renate Childs

The Lion’s Den is more than just a steamy romance novel, it is dangerous, inventive, and provocative. With dramatic twists and turns, Norma Cook’s The Lion’s Den is a fast-paced and thrilling tale of romance and warfare that... Read More

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Horses Cry

by Renate Childs

Rodeo details make for an evocative and convincing story. Tony May’s fast-paced tale of love and intrigue, "Horses Cry", delves into the life of Spud Murphy as he tries to continue “living the rodeo dream” despite the forces... Read More

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