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Curse of Kings by Alex Barclay
Posted by Megan Punzet in .

Oland Born knows nothing about his past and thinks his only future is being a servant to Vilius Ren but when he gets a letter from the dead King Micah...

My Grandfather’s Eyes
Posted by Lawrence Wray in .

Ok. I did find the first chapter is a bit slow, but after that it’s great. It’s one of those books that you regret having to turn the light out...

Stalkers by Paul Finch
Posted by Bryan Roche - Crime Scene Reviewer in .

About the Book Detective Sergeant Mark ‘Heck’ Heckenberg is investigating the disappearance of 38 women. Each one was happy and successful until they vanished without a trace. Desperate to find...

Water Will Find its Way by Bronagh Slevin
Posted by Meg@A Bookish Affair in .

First off, know that “Water Will Find its Way” will break your heart. It will break your heart a lot. Slevin writes in such a way that it is nearly...

The Trap by Kimberley Chambers
Posted by Louise Phillips in .

The Trap by Kimberley Chambers, is the first book in a hard-hitting series about murder, treachery and the kings of East London underworld, the Butlers. The Butlers play dirty and...

Fire and Ice by John Joyce
Posted by Christine Mills, Hughes and Hughes Dundrum in .

This new novel from John Joyce is set during the potentially disastrous Cuban missile crisis. Central to the story are the secret telepathic experiments conducted as an aid to warfare....

Boycott: There are Many Ways to Fight a War by Colin C. Murphy
Posted by Patricia Byrne in , .

On the surface, Colin C. Murphy’s historical novel, Boycott, is about the passive resistance campaign of late 1880 by the Land League against land agent Captain Charles Boycott of Lough...

After Tomorrow by Gillian Cross
Posted by Megan Punzet in , .

What would you do if your only hope of survival was to either hide and grow food or to steal it? Would you rather stay at home hungry and barely...

The Sandoval Sisters’ Secret of Old Blood
Posted by Dr. Michele Shaul, Professor, Department of Foreign Languages Queens University of Charlotte in .

Sandra Ramos O’Briant’s debut novel The Sandoval Sisters’ Secret of Old Blood sets the stage for a fascinating series about Anglo/Hispanic interaction in Santa Fe, New Mexico and the struggle...

Blood and Groom by Jill Edmondson
Posted by Lawrence Wray in .

I started reading it one day and finished it the next, not because it was short, but it really was an unputdownable easy read. Not the type of book I’d...