The Crimson Scarf and Other Stories

Jack did not know that his life would change in a blink. An ordinary day transformed into a mysterious one when a man in “..a Panama hat and light flannels” handed him an envelope and told him to hand it over to a tall man “…wearing a blue pin-stripe suit with a red carnation.” His innate attraction towards mystery got the better of him.

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The Tech by Mark Ravine #BookReview

The Tech, Mark Ravine’s debut thriller, offers the readers a full-fledged insight into the FBI. Supervisory Special Agent Alexandra Cassidy’s skills as an FBI agent were exemplary, yet she was transferred frequently. However, this fourth transfer presented the most challenging team of “rejects” from across the country and a series of a tangled web of cases. Although she solved each of those cases in record time, which shocked her difficult boss, she could not shake a nagging feeling that somehow each of these cases was connected.

The White Apron by Christine Eyres

Although Aggie’s life was no fairy tale, she cherished her childhood like a distant dream. When her teacher recommended her for a scholarship exam, she believed herself to be one step closer to becoming a teacher. However, her mother, whom she called Mam, decided that it was “o’er time” that she left the school. Despite her reluctance, fourteen-year-old Aggie was sent off to Alder Lodge to work as a “maid-of-all-work.” This is where she found love. She could not put her foot down to protect her ambition of becoming a teacher, but in the matter of marriage, she did not succumb to her mother’s resistance. Thus, she married William, a soldier with enchanting tales of travels far and beyond. Little did she know that this very man would put her through life’s horrific turmoils. The White Apron by Christine Eyres is a testament to a woman’s resilience and devotion.

The Basilwade Chronicles by Dawn Knox

The Basilwade Chronicles by Dawn Knox has been reviewed by me for Reader’s Favorite. What a stress buster The Basilwade Chronicles by Dawn Knox has been! The hilarious ride began with Derek going to a speed dating event. Soon, his tactless remarks to the ladies’ appearances signaled that he would not find any date. And…

The Chosen Seven by Gill D. Anderson

When Farzad Abed entered Alessandro’s Cucina with a gun, six very different people found themselves in the same fatal predicament. Up until this moment, they had been going through regular life problems. However, when Farzad shot a woman without so much as blinking his eyes, none of that mattered. Jack forgot about his parents being…

Fall of the Raven by Thymournia

If pain could reveal the depth of its intensity, the words would match very closely with Fall of the Raven by Thymournia. Raven is the center of this photo-book. Each black and white picture inspires ever-consuming loneliness, and each pain-infused passage produces a detachment from the world. In the beginning, the heart of the narrator…