Deliver Us From Evil – David Baldacci

  David Baldacci writes a great suspense novel and Deliver Us from Evil will not dissapoint. A little James Bond-ish and a whole lot of suspense will take you from page to page and the ending will not leave you with anything less than a desire for more. Shaw is a hard-nosed, hard-ass with uncompromising…

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Atticus for the Undead

Most of the time when I read new authors, I find the work wanting. The material is either a slight twist on an old theme or in some way contrived. And frankly, when I agreed to read Atticus for the Undead, by John Abramowitz, my expectations were not high. It wasn’t because of experience, I…

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Distortion by Lucie Smoker

Every author has a perspective on how to write a novel. I know that because over the years I’ve been searching for my own way to write. As I evolved, my writing became more of the writer I wanted to be and clearer in the ways I present my stories. Distortion by Lucie Smoker is…

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Behind Closed Doors by J.J. Marsh

Who would have thought that an idea designed to help others would actually be so beneficial to me? I wrote a few weeks ago that I would start reading and paying for other new author’s books with the quest of getting to know me: new to the cause and trying to build an audience. I…

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