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January 23, 2021

Marvel's Black Panther: Sins of the King by Ira Madison III et al ~ a Review

by MK French


T’Challa strives to be a good and worthy King of Wakanda, as well as a global citizen, Avenger, and brother. He does his best to do this in spite of traditionalists pushing back at home, and his instincts are put to the test when the undead rise and overtake Wakanda. He then relies on his late father for help in restoring the country.

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January 22, 2021

Grounds for Murder by Tara Lush ~ a Review

by Donna Huber


In Tara Lush's debut cozy mystery Grounds for Murder journalist turned coffee shop owner Lana Lewis investigates a murder after her ex-employee is found dead in the alley.

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January 21, 2021

Until We Are Lost by Leslie Archer ~ a Review

by Susan Roberts


From the New York Times bestselling author of The Girl at the Border comes a haunting thriller about one woman’s journey into the painful truths threatening to destroy her.

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January 20, 2021

Fictional Forecasting of Advances in Technologies by guest @graybasnight

by Gray Basnight


For reasons I cannot fully explain, my two run-for-your-life novels are set several years in the foreseeable future.  This afforded the opportunity to add a minimal touch of science fiction, even though I’m not a sci-fi writer.  The fact is, forecasting the near future is a lot of fun, especially when it adds to the suspense and adventure of the story.

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January 19, 2021

Through the Waters and the Wild by Greg Fields ~ a Review

by Susan Roberts


"I was hungry, seeing myself starving for want of something I could not define. I sought it constantly, sought it at every turn, searched every face I met for hints of it, looked everywhere I could conceive. I lost time trying to slake this unquenchable thirst, trying to satisfy an endlessly burning hunger. But in the end, I knew precisely what I had been after all along. It is the folly of the young, part of their particular curse, to be so unaware, to be blind as well as hungry. To be in exile from themselves and not know they are away."

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January 18, 2021

Aftershock by Judy Melinek and TJ Mitchell ~ a Review

by MK French


Dr. Jessie Teska is the medical examiner on call when a body is found at a construction site. She discovers it's a homicide staged as an accident, and she has to track down the killer. An earthquake rattles the city, leaving an innocent man framed for the murder. Now Jessie has to race to find the truth before it gets buried.

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January 17, 2021

Before She Disappeared by Lisa Gardner ~ a Review

by Donna Huber


If you are looking for a good crime novel full of suspense but isn't a police procedural, then I highly recommend Lisa Gardner's Before She Disappeared

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