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Shannan Spitz, Book Reviewer

Book Review

The Kindred Chronicles

by Shannan Spitz

Chan has created a fabulous new world for sci-fi lovers to explore. The Kindred Chronicles: Between Two Worlds by D. A. Chan is a gripping and descriptive tale. War, relationships, and the imaginative mysteries of an alien race weave... Read More

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The Big Drugstore

by Shannan Spitz

Brisk pacing, sarcasm, and the threat of brawls and bullets all contribute to a satisfying whodunit with a slight film-noir feel. Mike Scofield, private detective and security for hire, feels personally insulted when a murder takes place... Read More

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Dirty Money

by Shannan Spitz

James writes with an easy style and fast pace, making "Dirty Money" a fitting military thriller to take on the go for some good light reading. Jonathon Price is not only former military, but he was once the best black ops operator in... Read More

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Apparition Island

by Shannan Spitz

Inhabitants of a Maine island act as a backdrop to this tortured detective’s journey through PTSD, in this mysterious thriller. A Category 4 hurricane is just hours away from the coast of Maine, and Brie Beaumont is fulfilling her... Read More

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Carolina Heat

by Shannan Spitz

Both the setting and the characters add real depth to balance with the suspense of a murder investigation. Jack Connor and his Palmetto BioClean crew have been called to clean up the scene of an apparent, and very bloody, suicide in room... Read More

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Mountain Rampage

by Shannan Spitz

Description and dialogue balance to bring both the rounded characters and the Rocky Mountain setting alive in this tale of danger, death, and intrigue. Chuck Bender, newly married archaeologist, has just three more days of teaching a... Read More

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The Haunted Trail

by Shannan Spitz

Mummies, ghosts, and clowns, oh my! Read this book by a campfire to get the most out of the danger and thrills. "The Haunted Trail", by John Lukegord, is an anfractuous tale of murder and insanity. Taking place in the backwoods of... Read More

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The Afghan File Affair

by Shannan Spitz

Kasper’s considerable knowledge of the Cold War era makes this thriller informative. It’s the mid 1980s, and Nick Gamble, the protagonist of this serpentine story of intrigue and conspiracy, is an American journalist living in Italy.... Read More

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