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A Dangerous Crossing by Rachel Rhys #GuestReview @JoannaLouisePar

Today I’m thrilled to welcome Joanna Park who is going to help me out with some guest reviews. We found each over on Twitter, Jo posts her reviews to Goodreads so I asked Jo if she fancied writing some guest reviews and she very kindly agreed.  730 more words

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A SECOND OPINION: Beauty and the Beast

Lauren Luckett

The worst part about being married to a chef, I imagine, would be losing the ability to eat your favourite foods — the new, more experienced, palate would make old favourites feel bland. 789 more words


[Guest Review] Nights of Azure - by NotATsun

Nights of Azure is an action RPG with hack n’ slash and creature collecting elements. I can tell you that it was absolutely a wonderful surprise for a yuri game! 593 more words

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**Weekly Wrap Up**

What a week I’ve managed to read about a 100 pages of a book this week, not because I haven’t had the time I just haven’t picked up anything that’s gripped me. 540 more words

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Week in Review: 3/25/17

This week on MightyThorJRS:

Some great post this week. Featuring a couple of awesome guest blogs, two fantastic guest reviews, And an amazing book excerpt. 100 more words


#GuestReview: Sharp Turn by Marianne Delacourt @mgriffiths163

The Official Book Blurb

Tara’s quirky PI business is attracting some even quirkier customers. She’s not sure how Madame Vine’s Escort Agency got her number. And then there’s the eccentric motorcycle racing team owner, Bolo Ignatius.

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Crime, Thrillers And Mystery

Solomon Hits Home Run With The Murder of Willie Lincoln

THE MURDER OF WILLIE LINCOLN. Burt Solomon. Tor/Forge Books.

“Fair play” whodunnits are the most difficult kind of novel to write. The genre, by its nature, requires a highly convoluted plot with many characters, most of whom have to appear shady enough to be criminal as they engage in myriad questionable activities. 615 more words

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