Category: Book Review

Category: Book Review Dragon of the Month Club Review

The Dragon of the Month Club is the exciting first installment in a new middle-grade (ages 8-12) fantasy book series that tells the story of Ayana Fall and Tyler Travers, two best friends who stumble across an extraordinarily magical book and soon find themselves enrolled as members of a very special and exclusive club – The Dragon of the Month Club.. On

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Category: Book Review LetterHeads Review

  Stefan G Bucher’s LetterHeads is a graphic design book for creatives of literally any age, celebrating diversity and inspired by the people of the artist’s hometown of Los Angeles. Infused with unique personalities, surrounded by playful vocabulary and an intriguing color palette, the letters reflect just how alive language truly is. The use of ground-breaking 3D technology acts as

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Category: Book Review The Sherlock Holmes and Lucy James Mystery Series

    Since Sherlock Holmes first appeared in print in Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s 1887 novel A Study in Scarlet, the fictional detective has gone on to become one of the most beloved and iconic pop culture characters of all time, spawning thousands of stage and radio plays, television shows, films, and books. Now, father-daughter author duo Charles Veley and

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Category: Book Review Power Struggle Book Review

NEW RELEASE… One hit man who’s back for revenge. One detective who’s not going down without a fight. It’s been ten months since Detective Madison Knight almost died at the hands of Russian Mafia hit man Constantine Romanov. She hasn’t seen hide nor hair of him since he escaped police custody and fled to Russia soon after his arrest, except

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Category: Book Review Dead Air Review

    Dead Air signals trouble at the radio station. Glenn Beckert discovers his high school best friend is shot in the head while on the air. Beck, the owner of Blue Water Security, is employed to provide security for the station. He becomes willingly embroiled in the investigation by the not-so-innocent widow. The list of potential suspects is long,

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Category: Book Review Race to Judgement Review

    Fast paced legal thriller and powerful urban drama from Frederic Block, the Brooklyn based federal judge who sentenced Peter Gotti of the Gambino crime family. Based partly on fact and seething racial tensions and political corruption, it doesn’t get any more “New York” than Race to Judgment! Race to Judgment is a “reality-fiction” debut novel loosely based on

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