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Emerald Coast

by Drema Drudge

"Emerald Coast" is a freewheeling Florida mystery from Michael Guillebeau. Musician Lizzie Borden (not of family-killing fame) needs wads of money to buy back her songs and stage name, which are being held hostage by her record company.... Read More

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Airliner Down

by Benjamin Welton

"Airliner Down" is a tight thriller, told with meticulous details and furious with action. John Etzil’s fast-paced and exhilarating thriller "Airliner Down" is not a book for those with aerophobia. Set aboard Flight 2262 as it flies... Read More

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Mala Vida

by Daniel Schindel

Real history and contemporary events collide in Marc Fernandez’s crime novel "Mala Vida". Radio host Diego Martin finds himself the Spanish media’s token leftist after an election brings the nationalist party back into power. Then,... Read More

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Vodka Caliphate

by Joseph S. Pete

The fast-paced "Vodka Caliphate" is fun from beginning to end, and will appeal to anyone interested in geopolitics. Lee A. Sweetapple’s "Vodka Caliphate", the latest installment in the Jim Stillwater series, stands out as an action... Read More

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The Sea Beach Line

by Karen Rigby

A brilliant and profound tale of one young man’s search for identity, and the stories we tell ourselves. Brooklyn novelist Ben Nadler returns with a fabular coming-of-age novel that is both a love song to New York City and a Jewish... Read More

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If Jack Had

by Paige Van De Winkle

A violent, urban, first-person account of how an aged, cynical killer finds purpose, passion, and love in a harsh world. "If Jack Had" is a pulp-noir novel set apart by the cynicism and dry humor of the narrator, charismatic dialogue,... Read More

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