MAD DOG JUSTICE: MY REVIEW


MAD DOG JUSTICE: MY REVIEW.

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Island Fog: My review


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Island Fog: John Vanderslice

Within a thick cloud of tiny water droplets suspended in the atmosphere at or near the earth’s surface a thick mist is seen. Blocking your vision from being clear, restricting visibility not allowing you to see whatever lies ahead. Imagine your life as you live it within this huge cloud that covers your entire body, clouds your judgment and hampers you from seeing what is right in front of you. Something that confuses a situation and distracts you and hampers your thought processes ad the end result is anything but what you might expect and the mist that has enveloped you does not ever lift. Muddled, dazed and even bewildered are the main characters of this group of 11 uniquely crafted short stories whose character’s vision, desires, wants and needs are so clouded by events that they cannot control or attempt to control. The setting is…

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THE RULE OF NINE


THE RULE OF NINE.

Murmurs of Insanity: my review


Murmurs of Insanity: my review.

The Apostle: Destiny


The Apostle: Destiny.

Shadows of Deceit: A MUST READ


Shadows of Deceit: A MUST READ.

Spotlight: The Jones Men: 40th Anniversary Edition


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The Jones Men: 40th Anniversary Edition
by Vern E. Smith
Book Blast on August 4th, 2014

Book Details:

Genre: Crime
Published by: Rosarium Publishing
Publication Date: May 2014
Number of Pages: 264
ISBN: 978-0989141185
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Synopsis:
DETROIT, 1974
To become the King, you have to take the crown. It won’t be given up lightly. Heroin kingpin, Willis McDaniel, has been wearing that particular piece of jewelry for far too long, and youngblood, Lennie Jack, thinks it would look really good on his head. When a junkie tells Jack about a big delivery, the young Vietnam vet makes his move. Feeling his empire crumble, McDaniel puts the word out to find whoever’s responsible. The hunt is on, the battle is engaged, and the streets of Detroit run red with blood.In 1974 Vern E. Smith took the crime fiction world by storm with his debut novel, The Jones Men. Heralded as…

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