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October 7, 2017

Review: An Unsuitable Heir by KJ Charles

by MK French

This is the third and final book of the "Sins of the City" trilogy. Mark Braglewicz, the private enquiry agent, has tracked down the Taillefer heir. Pen Starling prefers being an acrobat and is horrified by the thought of being an earl. The killer from the prior books is still on the loose, and there are attempts on Pen's life while the truth of his birth is being tracked down.

Halloween Reads Part I - Alice by Christina Henry

by Elisabeth Scherer

I have written before about my love of Alice in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll. I'm always looking for new takes on classics. I dove right into Pride and Prejudice and Zombies and loved Frank Beddor's Looking Glass Wars series. In some cases, the spin-offs aren't stellar. For me, that list is much shorter.

October 6, 2017

Epic Journeys and the Wayward Traveler

by Chris
A 3D model of the One Ring
A 3D model of the One Ring (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

We have just come to pass Bilbo’s and Frodo’s birthdays—September 22 (two weeks ago today, as it happens). It was not long after that Frodo embarked on his quest to destroy the One Ring, beginning what is one of the most famous epic journeys in the history of fiction. It took him a solid thirteen months to make it there and back (so to speak), getting lost, stabbed, poisoned and mutilated along the way.

October 5, 2017

Review: The Visitors by Catherine Burns

by Donna Huber

This Halloween are you looking for a macabre tale where the monsters aren't goblins and ghouls but regular humans? Then you must pick up The Visitors by Catherine Burns.

October 4, 2017

Review: Fatal Masquerade by Vivian Conroy

by Donna Huber

Fans of Rhys Bowen's Royal Spyness series will love Vivian Conroy's Lady Alkmene Callendar Mysteries. While Fatal Masquerade is the 4th book in the series, it is the first book I've read from Conroy, but it won't be my last.

October 3, 2017

The Dark Lake by Sarah Bailey

by MK French

Detective Sergeant Gemma Woodstock is the lead homicide detective in a small town in Australia. One of her former classmates is found dead, and there is as much mystery about who she was as there is for who the murderer is. Gemma is frustrated by it, and almost obsessed with her, and Gemma has her own secrets that she is hiding. Her past tragedies aren't staying in the past, either, and the murder investigation is dragging it all back out again.

Review: The Fire by Night by Teresa Messineo #TLC

by Susan Roberts

I read a lot of books about World War II and am especially interested in the nurses who were often in harm's way. The Fire by Night is one of the best that I have read on nurse's roles, the danger that they were often faced with and the grit and determination they had to have to survive.

October 2, 2017

It's Monday! What Are You Reading?

by Donna Huber

Recent new books - 3 I bought and 1 I received for review.

Since I've been able to finish books a bit more quickly, I thought I would try to go back to doing the It's Monday! What are you reading? meme on a weekly basis rather than as a monthly round-up.

New Releases October 2017

There's a crispness to the air and pumpkin spice everywhere - it must be fall! The next two months will be filled with major new releases as publishers rush to meet award deadlines. Thankfully there isn't anything much better than curling up with a good book and a cuddly blanket.

We already featured two new releases yesterday - Goblins of Bellwater by Molly Ringle and Snow by Mike Bond. Check out this list to start planning your fall reading and watch for even more new releases in our reviews each day.

October 1, 2017

Review: Snow by Mike Bond

by Susan Roberts

Snow is my first book by Mike Bond but definitely not my last. It's a fast-paced thriller with well-written character that will keep you reading until the end.

Review: Goblins of Bellwater by Molly Ringle

by MK French

The small town of Bellwater, Washington is surrounded by a primeval forest, and few of its citizens know that goblins live in it. They have their own rules and are practically immortal. Kit is the human go between because of an ancient contract. Skye is drawn into the woods and fed goblin fruit, ensorcelling her into depression and silence so that she will eventually become a goblin. Her sister Livy is determined to help her sister, and as one of the few that is not tainted by goblin magic, she is the only one that can.


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