Category Archive: Fiction

Jun 13

Charlie Flowers: Blood Honeymoon

¬†Amazing action from the king of spies….   Riz and Bang-Bang are back! That’s what the product description screams, and what can I say? It’s been too long! The first Riz book broke new territory as a brand new entry into a genre of books that was becoming–for want of a better word–jaded. James Bond …

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Jun 10

Ellen Mae Franklin: The Unseen Promise

Ellen Mae Franklin has turned in a winner with her first effort. Let me rephrase that. Ellen Mae Franklin has turned in THE fiction winner of the year with her first book “The Unseen Promise.” Why? It’s all very simple really! This is fantasy fiction that will give you a kick in the ass and …

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May 02

A Sufi’s Ghost- Mark Biskeborn

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What did I expect from A Sufi’s Ghost? Well, I expected it to be a great read–I always have that expectation from Mark Biskeborn–and I expected it to be action-packed. I expect a lot, don’t I? Let me start by asking you as a reader what you thought of his last book, Mojave Winds? Now, …

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Mar 23

Slipping on Stardust by Gordon Osmond

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Gordon Osmond is an enigma in many ways. He has reinvented himself many, many times over the years, and it is with nothing less than a great pleasure that I write a review for his debut novel Slipping on Stardust. I could of course, be nothing less than compulsively in love with this book. I …

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Mar 14

The Night of the Cossack by Tom Blubaugh

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My latest review is for a book that has recently started to climb again in sales. Night of the Cossack is the first and current published effort by Tom Blubaugh. When I first opened the Kindle publication of this book I didn’t know what to expect. The idea of writing about pre-revolution Russia came to …

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Mar 11

EXCLUSIVE! Refugees From the Emerald City by David Alvin

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Sometimes an exclusive comes along. Today is one of those days. David Alvin is a prolific writer who has seen a steady rise in his sales since he wrote his first book. Today, he is more of a powerhouse than ever. His latest book is called Refugees From the Emerald City. I was able to …

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Feb 27

Mojave Winds: Second Edition by Mark Biskeborn

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  “Pacy writing at its finest from the pen of Mark Biskeborn….”   I have just finished reading Mojave Winds: Second Edition by Mark Biskeborn. What can I say? Give me a few minutes to digest this one… It’s big… I have a lot to tell you.   I wonder if this is the first …

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Feb 21

The Dark Communion by Joey Ruff

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¬†”An unmissable read worthy of any library and certainly one to keep and read over and over again..”   Meet Joey Ruff and his new book The Dark Communion. I was fortunate enough to be asked to review this one. What can I say? At first glance it sounds like a good read. Jono Swyftt …

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