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Book Giveaways for March

edgeofdarkwater.jpgOne random winner will be chosen to receive a copy of Edge of Dark Water by Joe Lansdale. Click on book cover for more information and to enter.








invisiblethread.jpgThree random winners will be chosen to receive a copy of An Invisible Thread:  The True Story of an 11 Year-Old Panhandler, A Busy Sales Executive, and an Unlikely Meeting with Destiny by Laura Schroff. Click on book cover for more information and to enter.






Book Giveaways for February

Winner of The Story of Beautiful Girl

Vicky Boackle - AL

Winner of Bleed for Me

Kathy Church - NC

Featured Book - Ayjay's Millions: An A.J. Carlin Mystery by
Jack Wassermann

millions.jpgManhattan private eye AyJay Carlin is single, white, female, and a self-dubbed “pleej,” “crip,” or “wheelie,” depending on her mood. Based on a very real paraplegic, Ms. Carlin is twice as competent as most of us able-bodied folk. She is also irreverent, lusty, and intermittently confused about her world and how she fits into it.

In AyJay’s Millions, AyJay is hired by fiftyish Eddie Dahlgren to find out whether his niece, Tanya Styles, is being wooed by a fortune hunter. Styles has become a performing member of Pro Musica Amorosa, a group that specializes in ancient music and is currently rehearsing in a Suffolk County town. Before long, Ms. Carlin discovers that Dahlgren is not who he seems, and neither is Styles, but this only whets her appetite for the chase, not to mention her interest in Mr. Dahlgren personally. When AyJay’s longtime friend and associate Martin turns up dead under mysterious circumstances in New York, closely followed by Styles in Suffolk, AyJay is at first devastated, and then puzzled. There’s no apparent sign of foul play, yet she gradually becomes convinced that they were murdered, a notion pooh-poohed by police authorities in the two jurisdictions.

In the course of her investigation AyJay enlists the help of:

*her old buddy Sonia Paproski, a resourceful staff editor on a national gossip sheet

*Inspector Ernie Vandenberg, her skeptical rabbi on NYPD who is himself being put out to pasture

*Tony Tamereau, AKA The Ferret, a legendary and barely legal computer hacker-for-hire reachable only by phone or fax at his shack on the Gulf Coast of Texas, and

*Gene MacCauslen, an octogenarian lawyer representing Martin’s estate.

The chase leads Ms. Carlin through a series of shadow worlds that include a “dull” Federal agency, a multi-million dollar electronic embezzlement, and a series of art forgeries a half century ago in the Nazi-occupied Netherlands

Increasingly suspicion falls within the ranks of the Pro Musica group, whose members are made up partly of laypersons and partly of friars from the charterhouse of St. Florian near St. Johnsbury, Vermont. But who among them, religious or lay, is the culprit? AyJay Carlin must place her mental and physical competence on the line if she is to escape with her life and nail the culprit.

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Featured Book - Chasing Her Destiny by Terri Friedlander

destiny.jpgChasing Her Destiny is a story about hope, love and adoption. It is a humorous, heartwarming account of a successful forty-something couple struggling to start their family.

The consummate career girl, Sherri Richmond, has spent the last 17 years commuting to Manhattan before dawn and working late into the night to climb the corporate ladder. Her demanding position as Director of Communications sends her around the world as she manages her staff and the egotistical partners of the world’s largest law firm. Fiercely independent, she finds little time for a serious relationship until she is swept away by the dashing Kent Weber. Suddenly in love and happily married, she begins thinking about a switch from the career track to the Mommy track. Kent too begins to envy his friend's children as he jokes "I forgot to do something in my life. I forgot to have kids."

The ultimate test of her career as well as their young marriage, Sherri and Kent ride the emotional roller coaster of infertility and adoption where they meet extraordinary women in the most unexpected places as they follow their dream of becoming a family. Chasing Her Destiny is an inspirational journey about tenacity and hope, and the power of love and humanity. Chasing Her Destiny touches our hearts with its bittersweet, zany escapades and a feel-good ending that proves anything can happen when you keep your sense of humor and follow your heart and your dreams.


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Featured Book - 7 Scorpions: Revolution by Mike Saxton

scorpions.jpgThe war against the Grand Army raged for over a year and a half. Despite their valiant efforts, the rebels of Militia 28 are losing. With dwindling supplies and eroding hope, they have one last chance. The recent discovery of a weapon long thought lost rekindles their ambitions of eventual victory.
If only they can get to it before Night Viper’s past comes back to destroy them.

With his massive Ziggurat almost complete, the dictator Zodiac is poised to unleash his “final solution” upon the shattered remnants of humanity. The pawns are maneuvered into place and secrets will be revealed that will change the face of the rebellion forever. Who is Zodiac? What was the purpose of Project Scorpion? Most important, will the war ever end?

7 Scorpions: Revolution is the sequel to the award winning 7 Scorpions: Rebellion.


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Featured Book - The Last Justice by Anthony J. Franze

justice.jpgCHAOS ERUPTS at the U.S. Supreme Court when an assassin guns down six justices as they are hearing a case.

Solicitor General Jefferson McKenna, the government's top lawyer in the Supreme Court, is appointed to the multiagency commission investigating the murders. As Congress draws battle lines over who will replace the slain justices, the commission follows clue after clue, each one pointing to an unlikely suspect: McKenna himself.

In a desperate bid to prove his innocence, McKenna, on the run with his deputy, Kate Porter, must track down a disgraced law clerk with ties to hidden Saudi assets. But their search leads to unexpected alliances, unearthing dark secrets and corruption at the highest levels -- and the people with clues to the riddle keep turning up dead. From the marble halls of the high court to the inner corridors of the West Wing, from the D.C. housing projects to the desolate back roads of a New York Indian reservation, McKenna and Porter are on a collision course with a shadowy enemy who will stop at nothing to keep the truth buried.

From its explosive first page to its haunting conclusion, THE LAST JUSTICE explores the politics of law, the bounds of friendship and love, and the frightening price of unbridled ambition.


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Featured Book - International Affairs by Davis K. Thanjan

internationalaffairs.jpgInternational Affairs author Davis K. Thanjan analyzes the current affairs of all nations around the world, with special reference to U.S. foreign relations. U.S. foreign policy is interpreted in relation to the present geopolitical, military, and economic developments occurring around the world. The international relations of the world's countries will shape the transnational politics, trade, war, and peace in the years to come. Examining the current affairs of the world help us to think outside the box, go beyond the borders, and expand our horizons.

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Featured Book - Dark Solus:  An Assassin's Tale by David Andrew Crawford

darksolusmed.jpgDark Solus: An Assassin's Tale is a dark fantasy, science fiction novel about one of the deadliest assassins on the planet Eorth. The evil wizard Kalifen, along with the ruthless leaders of the Assassins, Thieves and Halfling guilds murdered his parents when he was only a child.

Haunted by their merciless execution, he now waits and prepares to exact his revenge on all those responsible for their demise. Dark is transformed and trained by the Styg, the warden of the Stygian depths and his Grandfather, Mephistopheles, the ancient silver dragon.

Fifteen years later after his parents death, Dark is now ready to travel to the City of Duergar, the home of his enemies. Trained in the skills of assassination and armed with lethal devices and his knowledge of the dark arts, he has only one mission…..to kill them all!

Note: Dark Solus: An Assassin's Tale by David Andrew Crawford has placed second in the 2011 Written Art Awards in the category of Science Fiction/Fantasy

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Recent Reviews

A Darkly Hidden Truth by Donna Fletcher Crow

A Very Simple Crime by Grant Jenkins

Betrayal by Robert Fitzpatrick with Jon Land (Review #2)

Bleed for Me by Michael Robotham

Chasing Her Destiny by Terri Friedlander

Cold Comfort by Quentin Bates

Dead Like You by Peter James

Death of a Kingfisher by M.C. Beaton

El Gavilan by Craig McDonald

Enterprise:  America's Fightingest Ship and the Men Who Helped Win World War II by Barrett Tillman

Faith of the Heart by Jewell Tweedt

Four Below by Peter Helton

Getting Lucky by D.C. Brod

In the Garden of Beasts by Erik Larson

International Affairs by Davis K. Thanjan

Leaving Sophie Dean by Alexandra Whitaker

Little Girl Gone by Drusilla Campbell

Love Under Cover by Larry Johnson

Mr. Kill by Martin Limon

No Mark Upon Her by Deborah Crombie

Oath of Office by Michael Palmer

Private Eye Protector by Shirlee McCoy

Queen Elizabeth in the Garden by Trea Martyn (Review #2)

7 Scorpions:  Revolution by Mike Saxton

The 57 Physique Solution by Tanya Becker and Jennifer Maanavi

The Black Stiletto:  Black & White by Raymond Benson

The Confession by Charles Todd (Review #2)

The Last Justice by Anthony J. Franze

The Return of Bowie Bravo by Christine Rimmer

The Reversal by Michael Connelly (Review #2)

The Second Time We Met by Lisa Cobo

Trader of Secrets by Steve Martini (Review #3)

Uplifters:  Inspiration Stories from the Heart by Debbie Hoffman Nutile

White Lies by Jeremy Bates

Wild Thing by Josh Bazell


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