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…

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Payback – Tales of Love, Hate and Revenge by Steve Bassett #BookReview

Reviewed by me for Reader’s Favorite. Acting homicide chief Lieutenant Nick Cisco is up to his eyeballs with unsolved homicide cases. Dead bodies are showing up left and right, and the slow pace of the investigations has made him a laughing stock in the media. When mutilated dead bodies start showing up with tattooed swastika…

The Shakespeare Conspiracy: A Clayton Lovell Stone Adventure by Bruce Hutchison #BookReview

Reviewed by me for Reader’s Favorite. Stone, the protagonist in The Shakespeare Conspiracy: A Clayton Lovell Stone Adventure, the first volume of Clayton Lovell Stone Adventures by Bruce Hutchison, was aware that his girlfriend, Tracy, wanted him to take the relationship to the next level. Despite his obvious love for her, he was not ready…

Why She Lied by Julie Coons

When your life is full of twists and drama, you do not need to write fiction. Julie Coons’ life fits perfectly in this category. As if her previous memoir wasn’t heartbreaking enough, this one left that part of her life appearing like a walk in the park. Working in a hospital, Julie had seen enough…

Book Review and Giveaway: The Question by R.Breuer Stearns @iReadBookTours

The Question by R.Breuer Stearns is a treat for intellectual readers, who crave for a book that is a perfect combination of a challenging concept and an enjoyable plot. Nate Heartnell, the Director of the Center for Cognitive Studies, notices an intriguing phenomenon while working on an assignment. He observes that people can communicate and answer the…