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FICTION: Late Term Ejection by Christopher Irvin

August 25, 2014
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“I believe in nothing,” the old man said, scowl outlined with stubborn anger. He lay prone, shivering atop a long steel table, nude except for a small dirt-colored loin cloth. The tiny underground room, no larger than a prison cell, pressed down upon him, threatening his sanity with each passing second. Only when he...

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Conquest by John Connolly and Jennifer Ridyard – review

August 24, 2014
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John Connolly is best known as the author of the Charlie Parker mysteries and has written a trilogy for younger readers and even a modern fairy tale. Now he has turned his attention to a new series called the Chronicles of the Invaders, sort...

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Runner by Patrick Lee – review

August 24, 2014
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This thriller novel begins with the protagonist, Sam Dryden, going for a run on the boardwalk near his home in a little California town in the middle of the night, and the characters continue running throughout the novel. What they are running from or...

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Sudden Impact by William P. Wood – review

August 23, 2014
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The opening line of this new book by this former Deputy District Attorney in California immediately explains the title, and propels the reader into the book: “Officer Bob Quintana...

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FICTION: A Bro Code Violation by Travis Richardson

August 18, 2014
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A few minutes before dusk, Wade heard the crunch of dead frozen leaves and the snap of twigs coming his way. From his perch in the treestand, he pointed...

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FICTION: Short Change Heroes (Part Three) by Terrence P. McCauley

August 10, 2014
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Previously, agent Michael Rivas was trapped in Guatemala after carrying out a mission for the mysterious University. CHAPTER 8 Michael sprinted toward the main gate of the development. Stealth...

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