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Killjoy – LeVar Ravel

(Reviewed by JD Jung) “Gwen felt as if her familiar world had vanished. What was she doing in the middle of this wilderness? Was she safe in these shadows? Had Charles been right to trust this violent man with her … Continue reading

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Pearl, MD: The Way West – Marie Bartlett

(Reviewed by Jeyran Main) The Way West, the second in the Pearl MD series, begins right where we were left off and is just as captivating. Pearl is a physician in the nineteenth-century. This was when women were not welcome … Continue reading

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Pearl, MD – Marie Bartlett

(Reviewed by Jeyran Main) This book revolves around the time when a woman is not welcome to have a profession other than being a housemaid and giving birth. Men dominate and make decisions for her. If a woman decides to … Continue reading

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Friendly Fire- John Gilstrap

(Reviewed by Ishita RC) In a fit of rage and as an act of vengeance, Barista boy Ethan Falk stabs a customer to death. On his arrest, he tells an eleven year old implausible story of kidnap and molestation where … Continue reading

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Warning Order: A Search and Destroy Thriller – Joshua Hood

(Reviewed by Ishita RC) War on terror has never been more serious or terrifying, when Mason Kane – special ops personnel with a questionable past–finds himself trapped in the middle of a plot that seems to involve intelligent minds from … Continue reading

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His Wicked Wish – Olivia Drake

(Reviewed by Ishita RC) The daughter of a disgraced lady of nobility and a common actor, Madelyn Swann knows the hardships of life. She knows that no proper lady would actually sell herself at an auction to the highest bidder. … Continue reading

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Seconds to Live – Melinda Leigh

(Reviewed by Ishita RC) Everyone has a past to run from. Wildlife biologist Mac Barrett is no different from the norm. He returns from Brazil with a physical scare and a secret in heart and ends up in a car … Continue reading

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The Jolly Coroner: A Picaresque Novel- Quentin Canterel

(Reviewed by JD Jung) Finally, a novel that encompasses what I  enjoy most in a read… “If we can get the news stations interested, maybe we could find something that would lead to the closing down of a prostitution ring and … Continue reading

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Reader for Hire – Raymond Jean , (Translated from the French by Adriana Hunter)

(Reviewed by JD Jung) “I was absolutely right to accept and harden my heart. A model reader should be a perfectly neutral and biddable instrument. Purely a tool. Purely a voice. Purely transparent. That may well be her limitation, but … Continue reading

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