Review: Threads

Synopsis: It’s a boring, hardscrabble life for three sisters growing up on a Michigan farm in the throes of the Great Depression. But, when young Nellie, digging for pirate treasure, discovers the tiny blue-black hand of a dead baby, rumors begin to fly. Narrated by Nellie and her two older sisters, the story follows the…

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To Dare by Jemma Wayne [Q&A] (Legend Press Blog Tour)

This book was sent to me by the publisher in exchange for an honest review. 01.07.20 / Legend Press / Literary Fiction / Paperback / 272pp / 978-1789559835 About To Dare Veronica and her wealthy husband George are unpacking boxes, hoping a fresh start in their newly refurbished Victorian terrace will help them heal from……

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Review: The Presence

Synopsis: The ultimate moneymaking plan…buy the ancient, run-down Scottish castle and turn it into a tourist destination. Toni Fraser and her friends will put on reenactments combining fact and fiction, local history, murder and an imaginary laird named Bruce MacNiall. Just as someone arrives, claiming to actually be Laird MacNiall–a tall, dark, formidable Scot somehow…

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Review: Living a Healthy Life with Chronic Conditions

Synopsis: Nobody wants to have a chronic long-term illness. Unfortunately, most of us will experience at least one of these conditions during our lives. The goal of this book is to help people with chronic illness explore healthy ways to live with physical or mental conditions. A healthy way to live with a chronic illness…

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Review: The Unspoken

Synopsis: 1898: Bound for Chicago, the freighter Jerry McGuen goes down in Lake Michigan, taking with it every man aboard. But what other fate could befall a vessel carrying the ill-gotten sarcophagus of an Egyptian sorcerer? Now: A veteran diver and “ghost ship” expert is exploring the legendary wreck for a documentary. He dies inexplicably inside the…

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Review: Ghost Walk

Synopsis: Rediscover the thrills and chills of this classic paranormal romantic suspense, book 2 in the Harrison Investigation series, by the queen of the genre, New York Times bestselling author Heather Graham. Nikki DuMonde’s newest employee is standing at the end of her bed at four o’clock in the morning begging for help. It’s a joke, right?…

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How To Be Nowhere by Tim MacGabhann [Book Review] (Orion Blog Tour)

This book was sent to me by the publisher in exchange for an honest review. 23.07.20 / W&N (Orion) / Thriller-Suspense / Hardback / 272pp / 978-1474610483 Target Audience: Readers looking for a hard-hitting journo-thriller set in the troubled yet charming lands of South America. A story of revenge gone bad that leads to a……

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New Daughters of Africa, edited by Margaret Busby

Rating: 5/5 1000 pages will be a piece of cake, I thought to myself. It’s nothing I haven’t done before. This book is unlike anything I’ve ever read. Busby rounded up over 200 authors who contributed works for this book, ranging from poetry to nonfiction. There are short stories, there are essays, there are small

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Review: The Unholy

Synopsis: The 1940s: hard-boiled detectives and femmes fatale are box-office gold. In one iconic scene, set in a deserted museum, the private eye arrives too late, and the buxom beauty is throttled by an ominous Egyptian priest. Now: the Black Box Cinema immortalizes Hollywood’s Golden Age in its gallery of film noir tributes. But the…

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