Tag Archive: Novel Ideas

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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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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