Sometimes the stranger is right in front of you!


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The Stranger Inside: Jennifer Jaynes

I living within their own worlds Alexa and Josh Christie find themselves entangled in places that they will never recover from. Within Alexa’s world are ways to downgrade her mother, take enough pills to feel no pain, act as if she does not care about anything or anyone but herself and often leaves herself wide open for comments that she won’t be able to handle, ridicule, betrayals from friends and finding her own route to isolation and loneliness. Josh, her brother, seems to be the favored child since being rescued and adopted at a young age. Their father, Frank killed himself as the author graphically describes the scene they all came upon when finding him in his study. Diane Christie is a famous and well-known mystery thriller writer whose work is well renowned and who struggled for a long time until her craft and stories…

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Spotlight: HELLS HOLES


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Summary of the book:

When huge holes mysteriously formed in Alaska’s North Slope, a research team went to discover their cause. But when an army of invading demons erupted out of these hell holes, only two scientists and Aileen, the team’s secretive photographer, survived. Now in this exciting second book in the Hell Holes series, they must flee south along 350 miles of the Dalton Highway, one of the world’s most treacherous roads. Aileen, a member of an ancient order

Blog Tour ~ Hells Holes ~ Demons on the Dalton & What Lurks Below
Author: Donald G. Firesmith 
Genre: Science Fiction /Paranormal/Fantasy
Dates: 1st – 12th of May

Blurb:

What Lurks Below

It’s August in Alaska, and geology professor Jack Oswald prepares for the new school year. But when hundreds of huge holes mysteriously appear overnight in the frozen tundra north of the Arctic Circle, Jack receives an unexpected phone call. An…

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SOME REUNIONS SHOULD BE AVOIDED


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Reunion: Carl Brookins

Going back to your hometown for you high school reunion should bring back some great memories and seeing old friends an added bonus. The class of 1989 is meeting for the first time in 20 years in the small town of Riverview, and hopefully will light up old friendships, see the changes in people over the years and learn what they have been up to since you left. Lori Jacobs has not been back to this small town in many years and wanting to attend her 20th year high school reunion she invites her live in boyfriend Jack Marston to attend the weekend with her. Arriving there and checking into the hotel she decides to take a ride around town to familiarize herself with some of the main spots that everyone frequents. But, sometimes things do not take on that positive turn and before anyone can…

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CODE BLOOD: STARRED REVIEW


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CODE BLOOD: KURT KAMM

Getting too close to a victim is not what a paramedic is supposed to do. Never really showing signs of compassion, understanding but instead rushing to the scene of a fire or accident, quickly assessing the injuries and damage to the people involved should be paramount. Colt Lewis is a paramedic/firefighter who is the central character of this graphic book filled with the unexpected, bizarre and strange events and characters that cross his path. Working in the under belly of Los Angeles, where the residents are odd, unusual and the occurrences you might say out of the ordinary and abnormal, Colt finds himself drawn to the victim of a tragic accident and the end result might be more than he expected. A young girl named Bibi spent time hiding out on the beach, changing her appearance and then walking off you might say into the sunset…

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Big City Heat


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Big City Heat: David Burnsworth

Sometimes life gets away from us all and our pasts remain and in the present. No matter how hard we try to avoid encounters and trouble sometimes it just seems to find us. Ex-Marine Brack Pelton is impetuous, smart, astute and at times reckless but he’s one man you don’t want to cross. A lowcountry bar owner who receives a phone call at 3 in the morning form his friend Mutt, who is upset and panicked because his girlfriend Cassie’s sister is missing placing Cassie in danger. But, things turn sour really fast as each step of the way as Brack tries to get the man who has Regan Cassie’s missing sister other lives including his are in danger. With the aid of Brother Thomas, Mutt, and now Darcy Wells investigative news correspondent and his old girlfriend, Brack forges ahead hoping to take down Kelvin…

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LEtters to Alice: King Grossman


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Loneliness, creative differences and career choices are at the heart of this novel, which spans different time periods. Frazier Pickett lives within his own private world and calls himself the slumbering man or someone that drifts off into a being at rest; quiet; still; inactive or motionless: a quiescent mind. Frazier is married to Margaret and each seem to at times be in the same room yet even though their spaces are occupied they seem invisible to each other. He is a writer/editor and she is a publishing –executive wife. Trying to keep their marriage in tack and their careers on an upward slide. Living in the West Village in Manhattan and with their two children he works as an editor at Flying Pens, not an A rated agency but B-list one. Margaret however, is now at the top of her game at Harper-Collins and is now director of creative…

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Marathon: STARRED REVIEW


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Marathon: Brian Freeman: Starred Review

The First Amendment of the United States Constitution was created and written to protect the right to freedom of religion and freedom of expression from government interference. Defined freedom of expressions incorporates the right to freedom of speech, press, and assembly and to petition our government for a redress of grievances and the implied rights of association and belief. Two specific clauses of this amendment define our freedom o religion and the establishment clause disallows the government to create and establish an official religion or preferring one over another thereby enforcing “separation of church and state.” The primary component of freedom of expression is the right to freedom of speech, which gives people the ability to express themselves without interference or constraints placed on them by the government. But, what happens when people decide to voice their opinions in public, create rallies, conferences and want…

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