The Devlin Deception, the Review

The Devlin Deception: An Anti-Political Absurdist Thriller This past June (2016), near the end of our trip down the Florida East Coast and then over and up the Gulf Coast, my wife and I were trying to figure out how to pay for parking as we were getting ready to go out shelling on Barefoot Beach …

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Steel Walls and Dirt Drops
Where the APES go to play

Alan Black – author, writer and publisher Alan Black is a #1 bestselling author on Amazon and Kindle for Metal Boxes, a young adult, science fiction, military, action adventure. But don’t pigeon-hole him based on that. In his words, “My writing tastes are as eclectic as my reading preferences.” I first ran on to Alan …

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Genome…
Is there power in the Afterlife?

I have to say that Gary Henson tells one hell of a story. On the surface ‘”Genome” was a plain and simple fun read with plenty of ghost action thrown in. I suspected early on who the killer was, however, I changed my mind several times as the plot progressed. Gary just kept me guessing, which …

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Is there power in the Afterlife?’ »

Say You’ll Haunt Me… Is everyone a little bit crazy or insane?

Penny Childs’ novel Say You’ll Haunt Me opens with a bone chilling, death defying rescue by vacationing FBI agent Jason Mackenzie in an icy Michigan river. Samantha O’Connell was assumed to be committing suicide, but a gut feeling, or was it a voice in Jason’s head, tells him that the assumptions may not be true, …

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Beaneath African Skies: A True Story That Reads Like Fiction

Gillie Bowen, born in Nakuru in Kenya and now living in Loire Valley, France, traveled the world extensively as a child. She is a retired British journalist and the best-selling author of amuse-bouche (rough translation… taste tantalizer), a collection of French recipes and photographs adapted for British and American markets. Amuse-bouche is available on Amazon. …

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Heir to Power by Michele Poague

Such Gentle People About To Discover The World I have to say I really enjoyed reading Heir to Power by Michele Poague. The beginning seemed a little slow with trying to figure out who these very tall people were–Gentle giants, one might call them, the Survinees of the colony of Survin–and in what time frame …

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Below Zero by CJ Box

Below Zero is One Great Read I know Below Zero is not CJ Box’s latest novel, but it is the latest one I’ve read and I am just as riveted as I was with all the rest. Joe Pickett and his family, Marybeth, Sheridan and Lucy, continue to burrow into the hearts of CJ’s readers. Joe, …

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The Entire Smilodon Trilogy (the Sabre-toothed Cats) is NOW OUT

Just released – the 3rd book in the Smilodon Trilogy. For those who haven’t read the first two, here is a run down of all three Smilodon novels. The original Smilodon was published in 2002. Notice that the cover has changed. Along with that came a thorough edit and re-edit of the entire book for …

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I’ve stopped writing and now I’m getting itchy fingers

In the words of fellow writer, Julie Anne Lindsey, in her blog, Musings From The Slush Pile, finishing a full manuscript is a monumental event. It is so monumental that after self-publishing my first three in 2002 I went on to finish another four full manuscripts (novels) over the following nine years. You might notice …

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