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Book Review: Kilmoon by Lisa Alber---and a Giveaway!

A County Clare Mystery
Lisa Alber
Muskrat Press, March 2014
ISBN 9780989544603
Trade Paperback

From the publisher—

Kilmoon is a gripping mystery set in an Irish village famous for its matchmaking festival. 511 more words

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Book Reviews: The Crypt Thief by Mark Pryor and Already Dead by Stephen Booth

The Crypt Thief
A Hugo Marston Novel, #2
Mark Pryor
Seventh Street Books, May 2013
ISBN 978-1-61614-785-3
Trade Paperback

Two tourists were discovered dead in Paris’ famous Pere Lachaise cemetery near American rock star Jim Morrison’s grave. 642 more words

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Book Review: Earth Girl by Janet Edwards

Earth Girl
Janet Edwards
Pyr, March 2013
ISBN: 978-1-61614-766-2

Jarra is about to turn eighteen and soon she will embark on her college course. The trouble is, she wants to apply to an off-world university and teach all the norms that an ape girl can be just as good as they are. 296 more words

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Full Review: Red Sonja #8 (Simone, Geovani)

Written By: Gail Simone
Art By: Walter Geovani, Adriano Lucas (colors)
Publisher: Dynamite

Overall Reactions: I’m sure going to miss Gail Simone when she’s gone. I know we have a handful of issues left with her on writing duties, and I’ll treasure every one, but man…I’m nervous about Red Sonja’s future. 610 more words


Book Reviews: The Third Door by Emily Rodda and Damocles by S.G. Redling

The Third Door
The Three Doors Trilogy #3
Emily Rodda
Scholastic Press, September 2013
ISBN 978-0-545-42994-8

I sometimes question my reasoning and decision-making skills when I dive into a trilogy. 903 more words

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Book Reviews: Skulduggery by Carolyn Hart and City of Dreams & Nightmare by Ian Whates

Carolyn Hart Classics
Carolyn Hart
Seventh Street Books, November 2012
ISBN 978-1-61614-706-8
Trade Paperback

Skulduggery, a lively novel of action and suspense, was first published in 2000 and is being re-released as a Carolyn Hart Classic. 585 more words

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Book Reviews: The Last Death of Jack Harbin by Terry Shames and Broken Strings by Nancy Means Wright

The Last Death of Jack Harbin
A Samuel Craddock Mystery
Terry Shames
Seventh Street Books, January 2014
ISBN 978-1-61614-871-3
Trade Paperback

I confess to being put off by first person narrators, but after a few pages, Samuel Craddock got inside my head in a very comfortable way. 416 more words

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