The Trusted (The Trusted Thriller Series Book 1) By Michelle Medhat

I was drawn to this book by both the cover and the first line of the blurb. “He’s a husband, a killer, and the only man who can save the world…” I’d read earlier short stories by author Michelle Medhat and liked her writing style. “The Trusted” is unlike anything else I’d read by Medhat. A brilliant combination of terrorism, spies, and the supernatural, the … Continue reading The Trusted (The Trusted Thriller Series Book 1) By Michelle Medhat

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

Michelle Medhat

Author Name:  Michelle Medhat Book Titles: Connected: The Call Connected: The Shift Connected: The Call and The Shift (Author’s Cut)  Genre and Sub-Genre: Spy, sci-fi, love story, thriller, political, fantasy Book Content Rating:  Adult (18+) Based on language, violence, sexual content. Author Bio Michelle Medhat, BA (Hons) FRSA FIoD FIKE MCIM Michelle Medhat has had an exciting career that spans over 26 years in technology, science, … Continue reading Michelle Medhat

An Interview with Author Michelle Medhat

Michelle Medhat, author of “Connected: The Call and The Shift” was kind enough to consent to an interview for “Between the Beats”. Michelle is as complex as her books; brilliant and articulate she shares her thoughts freely. To say she is an interesting woman would be trite. Her motivation for writing her books is not what you might expect. It is with great pleasure I … Continue reading An Interview with Author Michelle Medhat

Author Interview – Elizabeth Horton-Newton

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Today I welcome  Elizabeth Horton-Newton, I was born and raised in New York City and started writing short stories when I was in elementary school. I studied Communications at Long Island University in Brooklyn, New York. Moving to Tennessee in 1989 I earned a degree in Psychology with a minor in Sociology. I also hold a certification in Forensic… Continue reading Author Interview – Elizabeth Horton-Newton

“The Olympus Project” by Ted Tayler

  When is a bad guy not really a bad guy? When he is Phoenix in Ted Tayler’s exciting book “The Olympus Project”. Tayler wastes no time in getting the action started in this high tech, guns blazing story of Colin Bailey. When I picked this book I didn’t realize Colin Bailey had made his initial appearance in an earlier Tayler book. This says a … Continue reading “The Olympus Project” by Ted Tayler

Another Amazing 5-Star Review

5 Stars “A wonderful story of love, suspense and what might have been! ByMrs Michelle Nora Medhaton May 2, 2015 Format: Kindle Edition A View from the Sixth Floor is an amazing read. It starts out a story about loving, kind people in their twilight years, looking out and caring for one another, but accelerates rapidly into an incredibly adrenalin-fuelled ride that one could never … Continue reading Another Amazing 5-Star Review

Another 5-Star Review for “View From the Sixth Floor”!

It’s like watching a five star movie By Molly Gambiza on April 25, 2015 Format: Kindle Edition View From the Sixth Floor is a great story, every word is carefully written. I felt as if I was watching a good movie, a movie I wouldn’t mind watching over and over again. I like the way Elizabeth Newton selected her characters, they are not too many, … Continue reading Another 5-Star Review for “View From the Sixth Floor”!

For alternate history fans this book is an amazing passionate twist on Kenndy/Oswald saga.

Originally posted on Mark Fine | Ruminations:
View From the Sixth Floor: An Oswald Tale by Elizabeth Horton-Newton My rating: 5 of 5 stars As a fan of Alternate History literature I was in my element reading Elizabeth Newton’s imaginative and provocative tale of those tragic events–on that mind numbing day, November 22, 1963, But that’s merely the capstone on which this fine story is based;… Continue reading For alternate history fans this book is an amazing passionate twist on Kenndy/Oswald saga.

Goodreads Book Giveaway!!

Three SIGNED copies of this re-edited and re-formatted 4.6 star romantic thriller. A fictional tale that asks what if. Why are strangers suddenly appearing in a sleepy North Carolina town? What do they have to do with widow Olivia Roberts? Why is her neighbor and friend Bill Horton so dead set against her traveling to Dallas, Texas? When she journeys from her North Carolina home … Continue reading Goodreads Book Giveaway!!