9/11 Two

By Colin Heston

In Colin Heston's 9/11 Two, Sarah's family left Russia when she was only five years old in pursuit of the American dream and a chance to give their daughter a better life. Things, however, did not exactly turn out as they had hoped and slowly...

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Take the Late Train

By Jack Messenger

Take the Late Train by Jack Messenger is a novel based on the life of Stephen Ketley, a professor whose marriage begins to fray at the seams on his tenth wedding anniversary. Problems with his wife's infidelity is only one of a number of issues...

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Secret Agent Angel

By Ray Sutherland

What if someone told you there are angels living among us; would you believe them? In Secret Agent Angel by Ray Sutherland, this is not a mere saying. Samuel is an actual angel living among mortals, disguised as one of them. Over the past decades,...

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Tesla's Muse

A Fictional Love Story
By Patricia Otto

People come from all walks of life. Some live very differently than others. In a time when the world was younger, Nikola Tesla grew up educated with great ideas to create and better the world. Meanwhile, a simple gypsy girl named Julia grew up with...

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Just Enough Words

An Assortment of Laconic Stories and Essays
By George Francis Reid

In his newest book, Just Enough Words: An Assortment of Laconic Stories and Essays, George Francis Reid gives readers plenty to think about. The warm humanism coupled with an unadulterated point of view of the world make for rare and socially engaging writing. An unusual...

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The Resurrectionist

By Ben Adams

John Abernathy is still coming to terms with the revelation that he’s part alien, descended from a Sagittarian woman who traveled to Earth with an advance group of colonists. He’s also still struggling to understand his newfound Sagittarian abilities, which include shape shifting and fast...

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The Prodigy

A Gifted Boy, His Family and Religion
By Joseph Riden

The Prodigy: A Gifted Boy, His Family and Religion by Joseph Riden portrays a young boy in the second grade who is wise beyond his years, intellectually gifted. Jordy firmly believes in kindness and attempts to adhere to it but is the victim of some...

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A Life Worth Living

By T L Scott

“These long hours were for them, not for his ego.” Dave Thompson works hard to provide for his family, sacrificing his time with them. It causes a strain in his relationship with his wife of 18 years, Debbie. He’s aware of the problem, and he’s...

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Motorbikes and Camels

By Nejoud Al-Yagout

Motorbikes and Camels by Nejoud Al-Yagout is a revealing piece of literary fiction set in Kuwait, in the Middle East, a rich and modern country located in a region that's known for its sharp inclination to religious dogma. In this book, we are introduced to...

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Typo Squad

By Stephen Lomer

In the dedication of Typo Squad (yes, some of us do read dedications and introductions), Stephen Lomer tells us this crazily brilliant book of his is dedicated to proofreaders and copy editors. He needs to add book reviewers to that list i.e. all of us...

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