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Forgiving Mariela Camacho

by Sonya Lovy

In this gritty, fast-paced mystery, a New York detective must solve the murder of a former lover before the killer strikes again. Somewhere in a Manhattan apartment, a woman has died, apparently by suicide. However, not everyone is so... Read More

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The Replacements

by Sonya Lovy

This author stands out as one unafraid to be sensitive as well as adventurous. An ex-convict turned detective for the LAPD, Bruno Johnson is a man who puts justice above all else, raising eight children he rescued from abusive... Read More

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Kirin Rise

by Sonya Lovy

This manga-style novel features distinct, interesting characters and, of course, lots of mixed martial arts. In the future envisioned in Ed Cruz’s Kirin Rise: The Cast of Shadows, an economic collapse has eliminated the middle class,... Read More

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Cristo by Cristo

by Sonya Lovy

This allegorical retelling of Christ’s travels offers an overview of his accomplishments. Cristo is a wanderer—a Jewish, fatherless man on the outskirts of society. On his travels, he is accompanied by nothing but his own thoughts on... Read More

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Vlad Dracula

by Sonya Lovy

The Dracula we’ve never known was more than just a bloodsucker; Augustyn gives us the details. To most, the name Dracula calls up old black-and-white horror movies, as well as the pop cultural artifacts they spawned, that feature this... Read More

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The Birthday Problem

by Sonya Lovy

Not your everyday nanobot zombie apocalypse tale, "The Birthday Problem" has character-driven depth. "The Birthday Problem", by Caren Gussoff, is not the typical zombie apocalypse story. This time, the threat to humanity is not an... Read More

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Dark Nights

by Sonya Lovy

Fascinating high-tech possibilities bring intrigue to this smart science-fiction novel. Christopher A. Gray’s "Dark Nights" takes interplanetary warfare, sentient AI, interdimensional travel, and other common sci-fi concepts and... Read More

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