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Book Giveaways for January

thetenthcirclesm.jpgFive random winners will be chosen to receive a signed copy of The Tenth Circle by bestselling author Jon Land. Click on book cover for more information and to enter.







mercysnow.jpgOne random winner will be chosen to receive a copy of Mercy Snow by Tiffany Baker. Click on book cover for more information and to enter.





reelstuffsm.jpgTwo random winners will be chosen to receive a signed copy of Reel Stuff by Don Bruns. Click on book cover for more information and to enter.


 


foundsm.jpgTwo random winners will be chosen to receive a signed copy of Found by H. Terrell Griffin. Click on book cover for more information and to enter.






transsiberianexpress.jpgOne random winner will be chosen to receive a copy of Trans-Siberian Express by Warren Adler. Click on book cover for more information and to enter.





There are several other book giveaways posted on the main page of the website with a deadline date of December 30th so you still have time to enter those if you have not done so.
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Book Giveaway Winners for December

Winners of Southside

Robert Stutts - NC

Richard Bannister - CA



Featured Book - John Smith - Last Known Survivor of the Mircrosoft Wars by Roland Hughes

johnsmith.jpgJohn Smith - Last Known Survivor of The Microsoft Wars is a post apocalyptic scenario containing many truths from the trivial to the terrifying.

Set in 2081 the novel takes the format of an interview over one week with one of only a few survivors (John Smith) of a destructive event and a journalist (Susan Krowley) reporting for The Times newspaper. The Times has a readership of 5,500, which is good in her world.

In the world of 2081 people have gone forward in time but back in knowledge reverting to traveling by horse and they know nothing about computers, nuclear power, weapons of mass destruction, NASA, transistor radios, microwave ovens, ballpoint pens that write upside down, inkjet cartridges, gravity, Genome Project, and many more inventions that we take for granted today. John talks about God and religion which Susan knows nothing about.

We get an overview of History both of people and the natural world which is fascinating.

The book is not just for readers interested in futuristic writing but also for the general reader as it explains the incredible inventions and progress achieved over the centuries.

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Featured Book - The Tenth Circle by Jon Land

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1590: An entire colony of British settlers vanishes from their settlement on Roanoke Island, seemingly into thin air.

1872: The freighter Marie Celeste is found drifting at sea off Gibraltar, its entire crew and passengers gone missing without a trace.

But what if there's a connection between two of the greatest historical mysteries ever? And what if the roots of that connection lie in a crazed plot to destroy the United States as we know it today?

Those are the questions confronting Blaine McCracken as he takes up the trail of small time preacher Jeremiah Rule whose hateful rhetoric has done big time damage by inflaming an entire people half a world away, resulting in a series of devastating terrorist attacks stateside. Rule, though, isn?t acting alone. A shadowy cabal is pulling his strings, unaware they are creating a monster soon to spin free of their control.

McCracken has just returned from pulling off the impossible in Iran, ridding the world of one terrible threat only to return home to face another. Isolated in a way he's never been before and now hunted himself, he?ll have to rely on skills and allies both old and new to get to the heart of a plan aimed at unleashing no less than the Tenth Circle of Hell. This as he contends with a failed congressman intent on changing the country to fit his own vision and an Iranian assassin bent on revenge.

Blaine's desperate path across country and continent takes him into the past where the answers he needs lie among the missing Roanoke colonists and the contents of the Marie Celeste's cargo holds. Those secrets alone hold the means to stop the Tenth Circle from closing. And as the bodies tumble in his wake, as the clock ticks down to an unthinkable maelstrom, McCracken and Johnny Wareagle fight to save the United States from a war the country didn't even know it was fighting, but might well lose.

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Featured Book - Malicious by James Raven

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He calls himself the Slave Master. He spies on women through their computer webcams and blackmails those who unknowingly reveal their dirty little secrets to him. Women like detective Robyn Tate, who indulges her sexual fantasies online because there are no men in her life. She becomes the latest recruit to his army of so-called "slaves." He gathers compromising video footage of her and threatens to send it to her friends, family and colleagues if she doesn't do as he says. Being blackmailed is terrifying enough but then she makes a terrifying discovery while investigating the murder of a woman in a city centre park. It turns out that the victim was also being blackmailed by the hacker just before she was battered to death.

This is James Raven's eighth novel. His previous books have attracted a lot of praise.


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Recent Reviews

A Diet to Die for by Sarah Steding
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Attrition by S.G. Night
Awakening Colors by Ritu Gupta
Cemetery Whites by Connie Knight
Convenant with Hell by Priscilla Royal
Escape from Mr. Lemoncello's Library by Chris Grabenstein
Heirs and Graces by Rhys Bowen
John Smith: Last Known Survivor of the Microsoft Wars by Roland Hughes
Malicious by James Raven
Matters of Doubt by Warren Easley
Never Go Back by Lee Child
Reel Stuff by Don Bruns

Rituals by Mary Anna Evans
The Bat by Jo Nesbo
The Bodies Left Behind by Jeffery Deaver
The Case of the Love Commandos by Tarquin Hall
The Good Boy by Theresa Schwegel
The Ranger by Ace Atkins
The Tenth Circle by Jon Land
The Invention of Clay McKenzie by Ed Teja and J. Reid Beckett
The Whole Enchilada by Diane Mott Davidson (Review #2)




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