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FINE REVIEW: “The Railroad” by Neil Newton ~ Courageous Book Steeped with Gravitas

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The Railroad by Neil Newton My rating: 5 of 5 stars There are times it takes great courage to write, especially when the events are personal—a major human-made catastrophe. Add to it a fictional focus is on the bleaker side of the human condition, and you have a book steeped with gravitas. This certainly is the case in author,… Continue reading FINE REVIEW: “The Railroad” by Neil Newton ~ Courageous Book Steeped with Gravitas

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Chasing the Ripper by Patricia Cornwell

Buy Here Once again Patricia Cornwell takes up the pen to discuss the case of Jack the Ripper. This is a single edition, only forty-seven pages long, in which she defends her assertion that William Sickert was Jack the Ripper. To her credit, while she does rehash some of her original research, she also adds some new information. Not content to leave well enough alone … Continue reading Chasing the Ripper by Patricia Cornwell

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The Call

Somewhere far away I heard the buzzing of my cell phone. My hand fumbled on the night table, fingers stretching to stop the noise. Beside me my husband groaned. Lifting the phone I squinted at the glowing screen. “Unknown Caller” stared back at me. “What the hell?” I muttered. I was ready to give someone a piece of my mind. An unrecognizable voice said, “There … Continue reading The Call

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“London Calling: A Deep Water Novel ” by Rocky Rochford

Buy Here I knew I wanted to read this book as soon as I read the blurb. The premise is absolutely brilliant. With the British Prime Minister kidnapped and the Deputy Prime Minister murdered by terrorists the book starts off with a bang. Well actually, it doesn’t. Instead the beginning is intriguing and I found myself wondering what was going on. Little by little the … Continue reading “London Calling: A Deep Water Novel ” by Rocky Rochford

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Naked Eye-Opener: To Reach the Dream You Must Forget About It by Gisela Hausmann

Buy Here Let me say up front I am not a fan of self–help books. I have read my share and they almost always sound preachy. “If only you will do what I tell you, you will have the perfect life”. That being said I started Ms. Hausmann’s book with more than a little prejudice. I was knocked off my feet almost immediately. This is … Continue reading Naked Eye-Opener: To Reach the Dream You Must Forget About It by Gisela Hausmann

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Brain to Books Blog Tour – P.H. Solomon

Brain to Books Blog Tour Fast Fact Author: P.H. Solomon Genre: Fantasy Books: Trading Knives  What Is Needed The Black Bag Official Site Bio P.H. Solomon lives in the greater Birmingham, AL area where he strongly dislikes yard work and sanding the deck rail. However, he performs these duties to maintain a nice home for his loved ones as well as the family’s German Shepherds. … Continue reading Brain to Books Blog Tour – P.H. Solomon

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Brain to Books Blog Tour – Owen Thomas

Brain to Books Blog Tour Fast Fact Author: Owen Thomas Genre: Literary Fiction Books: The Lion Trees Official Site Bio Owen Thomas is a life-long Alaskan with an abiding love of original fiction writing and storytelling whose ultimate purpose is always to reconnect the reader with humanity. Owen is a product of the Anchorage School District and a graduate of Duke University and Duke Law … Continue reading Brain to Books Blog Tour – Owen Thomas

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Brain to Books Blog Tour – Alastair Swinnerton

Brain to Books Blog Tour Fast Facts Author: Alastair Swinnerton Genre: Fantasy/SciFi Blend (Time Travel with Fantasy Elements) Books: The Multiverse of Max Tovey of The Hamdun Chronicles Official Site Bio Alastair has been writing for children’s television for over twenty five years. Among his many credits are ‘The Wombles’, ‘Sabrina, Secrets of a Teenage Witch’, and the Bafta-nominated CBBC Christmas Special ‘The Tale of … Continue reading Brain to Books Blog Tour – Alastair Swinnerton

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Brain to Books Blog Tour – Aurelia Maria Casey

Brain to Books Blog Tour Fast Facts Author: Aurelia Maria Casey Genre: fantasy and science fiction, with occasional hints of romance and thriller Books: Sorcerous & Beastly Season 1 from the Sorcerous & Beastly Series Official Site Bio When I’m not hanging out in my fairy court conversing with you, my readers, and occasionally my characters, I am a fashion designer and a biomedical engineer … Continue reading Brain to Books Blog Tour – Aurelia Maria Casey

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Brain to Books Blog Tour – Chrissy Moon

Brain to Books Blog Tour Fast Facts Author: Chrissy Moon Genre: Paranormal romance, women’s fiction, YA paranormal romance, horror, poetry Books: Surreal Enemies: Angel City of the God Generation Official Site Bio Chrissy Moon is the youngest of four girls, born in Orange County, California and raised in the San Fernando Valley. Her parents and sisters came to America from the Philippines in 1970, seven … Continue reading Brain to Books Blog Tour – Chrissy Moon