The Politics of Murder

The Politics of Murder UK   USA   CDN   AU   This is a fast paced, action thriller sure to please readers of the genre. Written in Reece Pocock’s taut style, the characters are compelling and the plot is blockbuster sized but, in this day and age, worringly plausible. It’s good to see Australia as a setting […]

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Pretend You’re Alone

Pretend You’re Alone UK  USA CDN AU Guest article by Pamela A. Goodwin Pretend You’re Alone. It’s a Horror Fiction story about a woman who’s haunted by her boyfriend, who was killed in his house while she was upstairs. He doesn’t know he’s dead. She been trying to live a regular life, not telling anyone […]

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Broken

  Broken by Candace Campbell – FREE Novella! (For Adult audiences)   Note: FREE on Smashwords! Book Description:  “Sometimes in life there are only two options, and in Veronica case, both options had unfortunate endings.” Now that her father is dead and he can’t hurt her any more doesn’t mean that the skeletons in his closet can’t […]

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True story of three ex-cons

  Guest article by Joyce Nance No one was supposed to get hurt. But in March 1996, the robbery of a Hollywood Video store went horribly wrong, ending in a hail of gunfire and the worst mass murder in the history of Albuquerque, New Mexico. This book is based on the true story of three […]

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Beyond The Law

Beyond The Law – Review by BoxseyRa39 in the UK – Great book. Read this after a recommendation from a mate. Really enjoyed it. The main character Phil McKenzie was very realistic as an ex-mil special ops guy turned vigilante, and the other characters were all very convincing too. There was plenty of action all […]

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Dying to Love Amanda

Guest post by Dolores Clay Dying to Love Amanda is a chilling tale of jealousy, love, deception and murder, inspired by true events. Review by G. Williams ~ Couldn’t put it down Started the book Saturday night and finished reading it Sunday morning! Riveting story – couldn’t put it down. The characters in the book were […]

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