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“Robin Hood: Wolf’s Head” by Eric Tanafon

Author Name:  Eric Tanafon Book Title:  Robin Hood: Wolf’s Head Genre and Sub-Genre: Sub-Genre: Fantasy, Historical Fantasy Book Content Rating:  2 PG17+ Some adult situations but no details   BIO Eric Tanafon writes software by day and fiction by night. He lives in New Hampshire with his lovely wife in an 130-year old house. They don’t have any ghosts, but make up for it with … Continue reading “Robin Hood: Wolf’s Head” by Eric Tanafon

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Joseph Mark Brewer

Author Name:  Joseph Mark Brewer Book Title: The Gangster’s Son,  The Thief’s Mistake    Genre and Sub-Genre: mystery/international mystery/suspense/thriller  Book Content Rating:  Adult, based on violence Author Bio Joseph Mark Brewer developed a love of reading, travel, and an interest in the world at an early age. An enlistment as a journalist in the U.S. Navy allowed him to visit more than 40 cities in Europe … Continue reading Joseph Mark Brewer

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“The 9th Hour” by CMT Stibbe

Set in colorful New Mexico, The 9th Hour successfully combines the intense investigation to find a serial killer before he strikes again with the inner workings of the killer’s mind. Into this mix comes a British born detective of African descent and a killer obsessed with Nordic mythology. Stibbe’s ability to bring these diverse elements together shows skilled writing. Her ability to do this effectively, … Continue reading “The 9th Hour” by CMT Stibbe

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Myka and the Millionaire by Alexis Alvarez

I was provided an ARC in exchange for an honest review. I am not usually a fan of BDSM but I’d read one of Alexis Alvarez’s earlier books and loved it. I’m grateful I had the opportunity to read this new one because it was an eye-opener. Alvarez has a knack for drawing the reader in, grabbing her, and pulling her along; a willing hostage … Continue reading Myka and the Millionaire by Alexis Alvarez


Elizabeth Horton-Newton

  Author Name:  Elizabeth Horton-Newton Book Title:  “View From the Sixth Floor: An Oswald Tale” and “Riddle” Genre and Sub-Genre: Romantic Thriller/Alternate History Book Content Rating:  Adult (18+)  Based on language, violence, sexual content. Author Bio:  Elizabeth Horton-Newton was born and raised in New York City. She began writing when she was a child, writing stories for friends and family. In the 4th grade at P.S. … Continue reading Elizabeth Horton-Newton

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“The Girl in the Woods” by Gregg Olsen

I confess, I am a Gregg Olsen addict. I love his style, his characters, and the beauty of his complex plots. “The Girl in the Woods”, the first of the Waterman & Stark Thrillers, sets the tone for the crime solving duo in future books. I stumbled upon these two ladies in “Closer Than Blood” and immediately set my sights on this first “official” offering … Continue reading “The Girl in the Woods” by Gregg Olsen


“Taken by the Huntsman” by Mistral Dawn

Mistral Dawn’s exciting fantasy takes a sensual look at the fae. This book was not at all what I expected and it definitely caught and held my attention. When Cassie is taken by the Erlking and leader of the Wild Hunt, Caderyn, it is only the beginning of the story of Faerie and the variety of Fae who reside there. The Fae who are loyal … Continue reading “Taken by the Huntsman” by Mistral Dawn

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Glen Barrera

Author Name:  Glen Barrera Book Title:  The Assassin Who Couldn’t Dance Genre and Sub-Genre: Thriller/Action Book Content Rating:  Adult (18+) Language and Violence Author Bio: Glen, a former partner in a real estate appraisal company, who still takes appraisal assignments from time to time, now writes. Over the years he’s edited a company newsletter, written short stories (one a contest winner) and poetry. It wasn’t until he divorced a … Continue reading Glen Barrera


“The Watchmage of Old New York” (The Watchmage Chronicles Book 1) by C.A. Sanders

I was originally attracted to this book because I am from New York and have been fascinated by the 19th century in the city for many years. While this is a fantasy, Sanders still maintains the unique flavor of  New York City in 1855. Interspersing the gangs of New York, the crowded streets, the corruption in politics and on the police forces with gnomes, wizards, … Continue reading “The Watchmage of Old New York” (The Watchmage Chronicles Book 1) by C.A. Sanders