They Called Him Marvin by Roger Stark  

They Called Him Marvin by Roger Stark is a merger between American and Japanese events during WWII, and the very human reality of one American pilot and his love letters to his wife.  The candor in their loving correspondence, and the stark reality of war, clash against each other within the pages of this book.  Like the major and minor notes being pulled from an orchestra by a master conductor, history is brought to life and the full impact of war is felt. Continue reading They Called Him Marvin by Roger Stark  

The Other Hamlet Brother by Luke Swanson

The Other Hamlet Brother by Luke Swanson  Meet Tim Hamlet, the identical twin brother of the famously melancholy Danish prince. Tim has abandoned royal life and is trying (and failing) to make it as a playwright in London. But then, tragedy rears its ugly head—King Hamlet dies, Claudius takes the throne, and young Hamlet dons an “antic disposition.” Tim charts a course for home despite his … Continue reading The Other Hamlet Brother by Luke Swanson

A Special Day: The Day Eid Met Christmas by Mahmoud Elzein

A Special Day: The Day Eid Met Christmas by Mahmoud Elzein (Author), Rania Hasan (Illustrator)  Do you believe in magic, the magic of kindness? One special year, Christmas and Eid fell on the same day. And on that special day, two girls, Eva and Aya, discovered a magical friendship through the spirit of giving. Their generous acts of kindness inspire children to think of others regardless … Continue reading A Special Day: The Day Eid Met Christmas by Mahmoud Elzein

Top Producer: A Novel of Suspense by Laura Wolfe

Top Producer: A Novel of Suspense by Laura Wolfe When Mara’s dream job turns into her worst nightmare, she realizes it’s not only her livelihood at stake—it’s also her life. Real estate newbie, Mara Butler, can’t believe her luck when she lands a position with one of Chicago’s top realtors, Jacqueline Hendersen. But Jacqueline’s polished exterior conceals her crooked moral compass and relentless quest to … Continue reading Top Producer: A Novel of Suspense by Laura Wolfe

Requiem, Changing Times by R J Parker

Requiem, Changing Times by R J Parker Clint and Corbin are having a weird day. Best friends for life, things are getting a little strange around their town, and at school. When they’re followed by a strange man looking for Clint and later attacked by an imp, it makes sense to retreat to the safety of home. But when strangers from another world, Banks and … Continue reading Requiem, Changing Times by R J Parker

Flow Like a River by Mark Guillerman

  Flow Like a River by Mark Guillerman Outskirts Press on February 9, 2019 Pages: 336 Buy on Amazon Goodreads Flow Like a River by Mark Guillerman A bloody feud, brewing for seventy-five years, finally comes to its explosive end. A wily Texas sheriff and a mythical Indian Chief are all that stands between the good people of a hill country community and a ruthless sociopathic killer and … Continue reading Flow Like a River by Mark Guillerman

Small Hearts by Bryan W. Dull

Small Hearts by Bryan W. Dull Synopsis: Emily Sinclair is a teacher in seclusion, reeling from the loss of several of her third-grade students by the hands of a shooter that opened fire on several classrooms within Marie-Glen Elementary. While dealing with the anxiety of leaving her home and facing the people of the town, Emily is terrified by what is waiting for her outside … Continue reading Small Hearts by Bryan W. Dull

The Southern Belles by Katie Simpkins

The Southern Belles (The Brighton Belles Series Book 1) by Katie Simpkins Synopsis: Not Just Any Old Riches to Rags Story. Heiresses, Evelyn, Georgia and Olivia Belle, nicknamed The Southern Belles by the tabloid press, have everything they’ve ever wanted. Then, suddenly, on Evelyn’s 30th birthday, their father dies in a tragic road traffic accident, leaving a massive hole in his business’ finances. With the … Continue reading The Southern Belles by Katie Simpkins

Neptune’s Chalice by M.J. Feinauer – Book Review

Neptune’s Chalice by M.J. Feinauer Synopsis: It is the mid-twenty first century. The world is recovering from what scholars will refer to as the “Jihad War.” Nations of the world united to bring a permanent end to radical terrorism. The unification of the nations has also given birth to the popular concept of a governing “World Union,” in which the United States intends to be … Continue reading Neptune’s Chalice by M.J. Feinauer – Book Review

The Truth About Gretchen by Alretha Thomas

The Truth About Gretchen (Dancing Hills Series Book 2) by Alretha Thomas Synopsis: Gretchen Holloway, in her final year of graduate school, is in the throes of auditioning actors for her thesis film, inspired by a murdered young football star who has haunted her dreams for two years. Gretchen believes making the movie will be cathartic. But instead of freeing her, embarking upon the film … Continue reading The Truth About Gretchen by Alretha Thomas