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2017 Reading Challenge

Jill Elizabeth has read 2 books toward her goal of 150 books.

Book Review: The Management Style of the Supreme Beings by Tom Holt

“…do you believe in Santa Claus?” Kevin paused for a moment before answering. “You mean, does he exist? Yes, he does.” Jersey’s eyes opened wide, but he didn’t say anything. “You sound awfully sure,” Lucy said. “That’s, um, unusual in a grown up.” “Well, yes. Do you believe in the internal combustion engine?” “What? I […]

Interview and Guest Post: Tyler Wandschneider, Author of Lockheed Elite

Today I’m pleased to introduce you to a fascinating author, Tyler Wandschneider, whose new book – Lockheed Elite – releases today. It’s on my To Be Read/Reviewed list, but you know I’m a bit slow on getting through my backlog of reviews lately, so the review will take a while to post. But I didn’t […]

Book Review Blurb: UNSUB by Meg Gardiner

“He took her,” James whispered. “But I can’t let him have her.”

What an extraordinarily creepy psychological thriller, full of obsession and madness and violence and the devastation that can trail in the wake of a quest for justice… The serial killer genre is well-established, and as a result, it’s getting more difficult to tell […]

Book Review and Author Q&A: Before the Court of Heaven by Jack Mayer

Today you’re in for a treat – a review AND some background and insights from the author! I’m pleased to introduce Jack Mayer and his historical fiction, Before the Court of Heaven – a novel based on the true story of a fascist assassin which explores Germany’s transition from the Weimar Republic to the Third […]

Book Review: Target Omega by Peter Kirsanow

“Many Americans, it seems more of them every day, expect comfort as an inalienable right. They think their government can and should provide a subsistence. These Americans are not our concern. It is the segment of America that expects nothing more than freedom that is our concern. The cowboys. The United States may have its […]



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