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Book Review: “Are We Monsters?” by Rollin Miller. ️️️️️

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  3. Wednesday, 25 December 2019
I love a good mystery and good science fiction thrills me. Rollin Miller combines both genres in “Are We Monsters?” This combination appears to be unusual to the casual reader. Yet, if we are honest, science fiction has to have mystery for it to be good. This story is excellent. Nevada Sheriff Tom W...

Book Review: “Seraphim” by Leslie Swartz ️️️️️

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  3. Sunday, 22 December 2019
There is explicit, and then there is shocking. Savonarola would have had a field day thrashing this novel, were it not so creative, imaginative and so very well written. (Clean Spoiler) Wyatt’s hearing voices. He loses his job and eventually his wife. The problem is, the voices are real; and Wyatt h...

Book Review: “10” by Neha Gopal ️️️️️

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  3. Saturday, 21 December 2019
I never thought I would be reading and reviewing a novel written by a high school girl from Texas. I fought it all the way. Midway through the book I knew I was right. This kid sounded sophomoric and peripatetic. How dared she use so many big words? I highlighted all of them so I … Continue reading ...

Book Review: “Undercover Debutante” by Charlotte Laws. ️️️️️

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  3. Wednesday, 18 December 2019
You could knock me over with a feather. Raised in a tough Brooklyn neighborhood; years of competitive martial arts training at black belt level, with a room full of trophies; badass Army infantry officer; four foreign languages; a crack shot with multiple weapons; and a lifetime in the intelligence ...

Book Review: “Per Verse Vengeance” by Joseph Sciuto

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  3. Monday, 16 December 2019
Have you ever read a story that made you feel like you could burst; a feeling the author creates on purpose to lower the boom unexpectedly and bring up something horrific? That’s how I felt as I turned each page of “Per Verse Vengeance.” This novel is about one of the most shameful societal perversi...

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