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Category Archives: 2015

August 2015

DARK ORBIT. Carolyn Ives Gilman. TOR. Carolyn Ives Gilman’s Dark Orbit will be like presents under the tree on Christmas day for Sci-Fi fans across the globe. In this dark … Continue reading

July 31, 2015 · Leave a comment

June 2015

THE DARKNESS ROLLING. Win & Meredith Blevins. Forge. This historical mystery has it all: adventure, romance, mystery – all cloaked in the cinematic territory of the American Southwest. The novel tells … Continue reading

May 28, 2015 · Leave a comment

May 2015

LONG HIGH NOON.  Loren D. Estleman. Forge. Westerns are not easy to pull off. For the genre to work in print, the writing and the characters must be swift and deep. Moreover, the … Continue reading

May 1, 2015 · Leave a comment

April 2015

THRONE OF DARKNESS. Douglas Nicholas. Atria. Throne of Darkness proves Nicholas a master at writing historical fantasy. In his story, we are thrust back in time to 1215 – the eve … Continue reading

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March 2015

FRACTURED. Kate Watterson. Forge. Do you ever wonder just what motivates a person to commit murder? The question has captivated people since the dawn of time. And author Kate Watterson … Continue reading

March 11, 2015 · Leave a comment

February 2015

MARK OF THE BEAST. Adolphus Anekwe. Forge. Mysteries are one of the most popular of all genres, with the shelves of most every bookstore likely to be glutted with an … Continue reading

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January 2015

THE PRICE OF BLOOD. Patricia Bracewell. Viking. Releasing on February 5, The Price of Blood continues the story of Emma of Normandy (first launched in Bracewell’s bold debut, Shadow On the Crown). The … Continue reading

January 24, 2015 · Leave a comment
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