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Review: Find Virgil by Frank Freudberg

Find Virgil is a fast-paced thriller that kept me on the edge of my seat from beginning to end. The characters and dialogue were entirely believable in this suspense-filled, don’t-put-it-down, must-read novel. The author does a great job of presenting more than one side of a controversial issue without being

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Review: Men Fake Foreplay

I absolutely loved the naked truth presented with tender wit in this down-to-earth book. The author dared to go out on a limb, admitting personal fears and failings in order to convey his all-too-important point. From hilarious beginning to a quite poignant and powerful conclusion, this book was more than

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Review: Beyond John Dann

The author pulled no punches in his honest portrayal of the dysfunction that constitutes everyday life behind closed doors. He quite clearly portrayed the pain, denial and eventual acceptance of abuse through the eyes of a child who ultimately grows to manhood. The rescuer in me wanted to scoop up

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A Rare Fantasy Review

As loyal blog followers who have read my “About Me” can attest, I’m not traditionally a fan of Fantasy.  While I can appreciate the huge degree of creativity that it takes to conjure up not only non-existent creatures, but entire worlds, it’s just generally not my cup of tea (from a recreational

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Book Review: Chills – A Collection of Short Stories by Sahar Sabati

Appropriately titled, Chills, by Sahar Sabati was, at times, exactly that…chilling.  Reminiscent of an introspective cross between the Twilight Zone and a Stephen King novella, Chillsran the gamut emotionally.  Sahar Sabati, a fresh new voice in horror/paranormal from whom I hope to see much more work, quite skillfully draws the reader

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Review: For Renata by B. Robert Sharry

Just finished For Renata by B. Robert Sharry and am grateful for having been swept away to another place and time to experience an intoxicating combination of love and loss, hope and despair, and the strength of the human connection. Set in the late 1950’s and carrying through the turbulent

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