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 Blind Walls
Blind WallsBy: Conrad Bishop and Elizabeth FullerPublisher: WordWorkers PressPublication Date: June 2019ISBN: 978-0-9997287-2-7Reviewed by: Barbara Bamberger ScottA mystery hidden within a house of a hundred and sixty rooms and the interlocking lives of its inhabitants, builders and explorers, dead and alive, this fascinating character study is the work of an author/playwright duo who are as drawn to its themes as its readers will be.Raymond Smollet is a bitter man, with reason. He never found...
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 Blinked
BlinkedBy: Zari ReedePublisher: Black Opal BooksPublication Date: December 2018ISBN: 978-1626948075Reviewed by: Skyler BoudreauMindy Nichols is an agent of the Inner Space Monitoring Alliance, or "ISMAT." This secret government agency is charged with protecting Earth from a phenomenon known as "Blinking." Blinking is an occurrence that connects Earth with the strange world of Ortharos, swapping their inhabitants back and forth with no discernible pattern. It's 1975, and as New Orleans' Mardi...
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 Bloodroot
BloodrootBy: Daniel V. Meier, Jr.Published by: BQB PublishingPublication Date: August 2021ISBN: 978-1952782046Reviewed by: Lynette LatzkoReview Date: May 14, 2021Accomplished author, Daniel V. Meier, Jr, has released another gripping novel in the historical fiction genre, entitled Bloodroot.The story begins in England in the early part of the 17th century. British citizens are being bedazzled by elaborate tales of a promised utopia, over in the New World, filled with vast amounts of land and...
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 Boarding Passes to Faraway Places
Boarding Passes to Faraway PlacesBy: Guy SibillaPublisher: Archway PublishingPublication Date: August 2018ISBN: 978-1480846913Reviewed by: Skyler BoudreauReview Date: December 23, 2019Boarding Passes to Faraway Places is a collection of essays by Guy Sibilla written between 2000 and 2007. They chronicle his travels around the world to countries such as India, East Timor, and Togo, among others. Sibilla describes his work as “adventure travel journalism,” a fitting title for the...
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 Body in the Woods
Body in the Woods: A Jack Ludefance NovelBy: Behcet KayaPublisher: Amazon Digital ServicesPublication Date: September 2019ISBN: 978-1694592125Reviewed by: Lynette LatzkoReview Date: December 20, 2019Behcet Kaya, author of Treacherous Estate, returns once again with another thrilling installment in the PI Jack Ludefance series with his latest, Body in the Woods.Body in the Woods has a tense, atmospheric beginning that starts with a body. The body is that of Heinrich Hines,...
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 Bollywood Invasion by Ricardo Alexanders
Reviewed by Lisa Brown-GilbertAt once engaging and cleverly creative, Ricardo Alexanders' Bollywood Invasion enrapts readers with a fun and fantastical coming of age story, set in a well posed merging of reality and fiction which surpasses the reaches of time and continents. Instantly the story draws you in, as initially, we meet John Palmieri living in modern times in Brooklyn; he's a nerd and Beatles lover in high school and unsatisfied with his lower middle class existence. ...
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 Bonjour Girl
Bonjour GirlBy: Isabelle LaflechePublisher: DundurnPublication Date: August 2018ISBN: 978-1459742000Reviewed by: Skyler BoudreauIn this young adult novel, readers follow fashion student Clementine Liu as she navigates her way through Parsons School of Design in New York City. Not long after she arrives at school from Paris, France, she launches "Bonjour Girl," a fashion blog that blows up overnight and catapults her headfirst into the world of fashion journalism. When a jealous classmate...
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 Boo! A Chilling Tale of Too-Too #MeToo
Boo! A Chilling Tale of Too-Too #MeTooBy: Simon PlasterPublisher: Mossik PressPublication Date: September 2018ISBN: 978-0-9994-1851-2Reviewed by: Amy LignorLet us begin with the fact that if you're a fan of Halloween, this is one cover you are absolutely going to love. And that's only the half of it, considering the story is fun, suspenseful, and stars a cast that many readers have already had the good fortune to meet and fall in love with.Her name is Henrietta. She's a journalist who works for...
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 BOO! A Chilling Tale of Too-Too #MeToo by Simon Plaster
Reviewed by Douglas R. CobbBOO! by Simon Plaster, featuring a cast of some of the most idiosyncratic and humorously twisted characters this side of Oklahoma City, along with his memorable female protagonist, small town reporter turned big, Henrietta, just might be one of the author's most entertaining and LOL novels yet. In BOO!, Plaster's latest novel, the author takes satirical jabs at a variety of subjects, including sexual mores and the "Me Too" movement. It's a book that will delight...
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 Book Review - Seeking Glory
Seeking Glory: A Novel about Relationships, Loss, and Finding Your Way HomeBy: Patricia Hamilton ShookPublisher: Outskirts PressPublication Date: 2018ISBN: 978-1-4787-9204-8Reviewed by: Diane LunsfordPatricia Hamilton Shook's debut novel, Seeking Glory, delivers intriguing twists and turns from beginning to end.Kate LaRue ended her day just like many before at her beloved store, the Sea Witch Art and Gifts. After locking up and steering her trusted Toyota onto Route 6A, the 'King's Highway' as...
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