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Book Review #168: Pale Highway


Auhor: Nicholas Conley

Genre: Science Fiction, Mystery & Thriller

Language: English

Series, if any: NA

Publisher: Red Adept Publishing

Date of publication: 20 October 2015… 302 more words

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A Feast Of Carrion: a forensic mystery

Forensic pathologist John Eisenmenger had left the world of criminal investigation, traumatised by the death of a child, weighed down by the atrocity and abuse he encounters on the mortuary dissecting table. 576 more words

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Book Release: Nurse Blood

Rebecca Besser’s latest release, Nurse Blood–a medical horror/thriller–goes up on the Limitless website for pre-order Aug 13th and officially releases on Amazon Aug 23rd. 1,966 more words

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Book Review: The Girl Who Watched Over Dreams by Jeff Russell

Life for Kat (Doctor Katrina Hammond) is not turning out the way she envisioned.  Despite her misgivings, she agrees that her mother going into E.D.E.N.’s perpetual sleep program is the best choice for her mother, who is suffering from chronic rheumatoid arthritis. 302 more words

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THE HATCHING by Ezekiel Boone

The Hatching Series, Book 1

Boone proves himself a master craftsman in the first book in a series about a hatching and emergence of a species that has lain dormant for hundreds of thousands of years. 226 more words

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A REVIEW FROM MY COMMUTE: The Second Opinion — Michael Palmer | #Medical #Thriller

The Second Opinion is the second book I’ve enjoyed from author Michael Palmer. Akin to Robin Cook, he writes medical thrillers that keep you on the edge of your seat. 415 more words

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FIRST STRIKE by Ben Coes

A Dewey Andreas Novel, Book 6

Since Dewey Andreas’ first appearance in Power Down, Coes has brought him a long way. From a job on an off-shore oil rig in which his long dormant fighting skills acquired as a special forces operator reappeared when the rig was attacked by terrorists, to First Strike, where he has become a highly skilled counter terrorist agent, Dewey has come a long way.  290 more words

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