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The Dwelling - byThomas S. Flowers - Book 1 in the Subdue Series
4 of 5 Stars     Review copy Dwelling begins with the horrors of war, something the author knows firsthand, having served in the U.S. Army for seven years, including Operation Iraqi Freedom.  But, this is not a war story, it's more a tale of lasting friends...

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The Angel of the Abyss: A Jake Hatcher Novel - by Hank Schwaeble - Demons, psychics, and Hatcher...Oh my
4 of 5 stars     Review copy Angel of the Abyss  is book three in the Jake Hatcher series.  If you're thinking about diving into this one.  I do recommend going all in, by reading Damnable and Diabolical first.  Sure you can read any of them as a standalone...

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The Rib from Which I Remake the World - by Ed Kurtz - From noir to a metaphysical nightmare
5 of 5 Stars The Rib from Which I Remake the World  is one of those books which doesn't fit neatly into any category.  Is it Noir? Horror? Psychological Thriller? Occult? The list could go on, but truthfully, what Ed Kurtz's latest is, is a heluva read. Peo...

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White Death - by Jack Castle - A taut little thriller set in the Arctic
4 of 5 Stars     Review copy White Death  begins with a disaster at the annual Iditarod dog-sled race, but quickly moves to the Arctic Imperative Conference where Dr. Kate Foster is speaking to the assembled group.  Although the speech does not go as planne...

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Haven - by Tom Deady - An epic coming of age story with terrific twist
5 of 5 Stars     Review copy After nearly seventeen years in Braxton State Prison, for a crime he didn't commit, Paul Greymore is a free man.  Free to return to the lakeside town of Haven .  Greymore may be free from the prison walls, but will he ever be fr...

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Blue Demon - by David Bernstein - Powerful and of the best novellas of the year
5 of 5 Stars     Review copy David Bernstein is rapidly becoming a MUST READ author for me.  His stuff tends to be raw, gripping, compelling, and above all imaginative. Sometimes played for fun, but more often for vengeance. Blue Demon  was Dan's favorite c...

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Fungoid - by William Meikle - Willie puts the fun back in fungus
4 of 5 Stars     Review copy Fungoid is a terrific little "What if?" story sprinkled with enough factoids to up the believability factor. Things escalated quickly for the rapid response team in the port of St. John's.   It's already all over town—and we hav...

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The Fathom Flies Again - by James Walley - More inspired lunacy in the sequel to The Forty First Wink
4 of 5 Stars     Review copy   If
you read The Forty
First Wink ,
the debut novel by James Walley, then you've more than likely been
waiting for the second book in the trilogy, and why not. Book one
was so much fun. Wally writes with a whimsical flair I fi...

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Nighthawks - by Jeremy Flagg - Book 1 in the Children of Nostradamus series
4 of 5 stars     Review copy Nighthawks: Children of Nostradamus Book 1 is a complex and fascinating read. Eleanor Valentine is a psychic to the first woman president, Cecelia Joyce, but when she attempts to assassinate her boss it leads to her death and to...

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