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Dec 22, 2014
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Mystery/Thriller

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Ephemeral

By Richard Bard

Rating:  star star star star star 

A family on the run must face down a man in search of revenge, and a plot to take over the world’s computer networks.

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Everlast

By Richard Bard

Rating:  star star star star star 

A man who once saved the world from alien technology must now save his family from a vengeful maniac and the machinations of a greedy businessman.

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The Former Hero

By Jeffrey Allen Mays

Rating:  star star star star star 

The abduction of a little girl kick starts a noir-infused ride through a city ruled by villains. Before the tale’s completion, an impotent hero, a single mother, a Harley-riding loner, and a rundown detective will all face demons inside and out.

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Worth Dying For

By M. Lee Lederhos

Rating:  star star star star star 

US Army Ranger Henry Black Bear, a Lakota Sioux, is witness to the wrongful death of a friend in Ranger School at the hands of a sadistic, racist staff sergeant. The sergeant is put on trial and Henry is one of the men to give a deposition to specialist Olivia Chelouche. He isn’t supposed to see Olivia again, but Henry can’t get her out of his head.

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The Postulant

By Mario Iezzoni

Rating:  star star star star star 

The title of Mario Iezzoni’s THE POSTULANT indicates to the reader that it is going to be largely about some aspect of women seeking a religious life in the Catholic Church.

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A Star Called Lucky

By Bapsy Jain

Rating:  star star star star star 

A formerly successful businesswoman turned investigator for the New York State Department of Corrections becomes involved in a search for a legendary miracle cure in India.

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Armchair Safari

By Jonathan Paul Isaacs

Rating:  star star star star star 

Meet Derek Callahan, a conflicted man in life, his job, his relationships and his past. He’s just started a new job at Netertainment, one of the fastest-growing gaming companies in the world featuring its prized product, Armchair Safari.

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Blood Line

By John J. Davis

Rating:  star star star star star 

A family’s secret history threatens to destroy their bucolic small-town existence in BLOOD LINE, a fast-paced nearly perfect thriller from John J. Davis and the first book in a new series.

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Fathers House

By C. Edward Baldwin

Rating:  star star star star star 

After the murder of a young teenager, an assistant district attorney is thrust back into a life he worked hard to escape.

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Nathaniel Myer

By Margaret Sisu

Rating:  star star star star star 

Nathaniel Myer isn’t a perfect man, but he’s doing pretty well, until his quotidian days end abruptly one afternoon when four men break into his home and kill his wife and child. Nathaniel should have died too but miraculously comes out of his come and vows to spend the rest of his days avenging his family for their senseless deaths.

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Smile Again, Jenny Lee

By Carlo Caldana

Rating:  star star star star star 

Two years ago, young tennis diva Jenny Lee was assaulted by an unknown attacker leaving her career in ruins. She’s determined to make a comeback, but, with her wealthy mother about to end her monetary support, she’s left to search for her long-lost father in hopes of regaining her financial footing and putting the mystery of his abandonment to rest.

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Sea of Crises

By Marty Steere

Rating:  star star star star star 

Nate Cartwright’s quiet life, dedicated to work and his dog, Buster, is shattered by a phone call from his younger brother. Peter has just arrived in LAX; convinced he’s been followed from Minneapolis. When they get back to Nate’s apartment, they get a sinister anonymous phone call issuing a warning.