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Heels over Head Paperback – Clay G. Small

(Reviewed by JD Jung) “The Lindon brothers and their redneck friend had not only humiliated him in from of the whole damn school but had unleased his father’s scorn. Guy Jr. tightened his fists. No matter how long it took, … Continue reading

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The Painted Gun – Bradley Spinelli

(Reviewed by JD Jung) “I was in it now, there was no getting out. But since Ashley was painting creepy snapshots of my life, I guess I was always in it. The fact that I didn’t know what I was … Continue reading

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One Good Man – Del Staecker

(Reviewed by JD Jung) “That voice and his love of music made him a legend—a true living legend.” Atlantic City’s whiskey-voiced radio DJ, “Jersey Shore Joe” had enough. Music and times were changing; it was time for this 1960s and … Continue reading

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Ashvamedha: The Game of Power – Aparna Singh

(Reviewed by Ishita RC) Ashwin Jamal is a charismatic youth icon with a fan following that is larger than all the politicians combined and he just became the youngest Prime Minister of India. Little does he know that for the … Continue reading

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Disillusioned – Christy Barritt

(Reviewed by Ishita RC) Nikki Wright is desperately looking for help for her traumatised brother, who escaped from a detainment camp run by terrorists in Colombia and is now undergoing  an extreme case of PTSD. Or is it really the … 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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Outsider in Amsterdam (Amsterdam Cops) – Janwillem Van De Wetering

(Reviewed by JD Jung) “ “Papuans…He saw the wild men from the early ages who once populated the swamp that, now, today, was called Holland.” Today in 1970’s Amsterdam, most have learned about these people from the Dutch colony of … 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 Poker Game: A Jack Dantzler Mystery – Tom Wallace

(Reviewed by Cathy Carey) “Dantzler leaned against the marble bar and surveyed the carnage. Five adult males, all deceased, were slumped over in chairs situated around a poker table, victims of what appeared to be a single gunshot to the … Continue reading

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After the Kill: A Jake Roberts Novel (Volume 4) – Cary Allen Stone

(Reviewed by Cathy Carey) “The victim, a prominent gray haired San Francisco lawyer was face up on his dining room table. His chest was cut on a “Y” incision, autopsy-style, and he was gutted. There were deep, straight- line knife … Continue reading

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