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Review: The Justice in Revenge by Ryan Van Loan

The Justice in Revenge is the second (and final) novel in Ryan Van Loan’s The Fall of the Gods series. It’s also a novel that I’ve been really looking forward to, as I adored The Sin in the Steel. Continue reading

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Review: The Girl Before You by Nicola Rayner

The Girl Before You is Nicola Rayner’s debut thriller novel, with psychological and crime elements. In short, it was more than enough to catch this reader’s attention! Continue reading

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Review: Everyday Magic by Charlie Laidlaw

Charlie Laidlaw’s latest novel, Everyday Magic is a fantastical beauty that fans old and new will find themselves immensely enjoying. Continue reading

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Review: The Disappearing Act by Catherine Steadman

Are you ready for a thriller and psychological suspense novel full of twists and turns? The Disappearing Act, written by Catherine Steadman, combines Hollywood and missing persons in this new novel. Continue reading

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Review: Questland by Carrie Vaughn

Fans of Carrie Vaughn and games should rejoice, as the two merge beautifully for Questland. This is her latest novel, one that is fun, chaotic (in the best ways), and full of that iconic RPG aesthetic. Continue reading

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Review: Star Eater by Kerstin Hall

Kerstin Hall is back with a novel like no other. Star Eater promises to find a way to merge science fiction, horror, nuns, and cannibalism. Yes, you read that right. Continue reading

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Review: The Other Side of the Door by Nicci French

Nicci French’s latest novel merges thriller, mystery, and suspense into one. The Other Side of the Door is set in Franch, and it isn’t afraid to take some risks. Continue reading

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Review: Alias Space and Other Stories by Kelly Robson

Alias Space and Other Stories is an anthology that collects the best short stories written by Kelly Robson. They are mostly science fiction short stories, which admittedly is half the reason this anthology caught my eye (that and the amazing cover). Continue reading

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Review: Double Threat by F. Paul Wilson

F. Paul Wilson’s latest novel is a blend of science fiction and thriller, which means it is right up my alley! Double Threat is not a novel to skip! Continue reading

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Review: Thief of Souls by Brian Klingborg

Thief of Souls is the start of a new mystery series (Inspector Lu Fei Mysteries #1), written by Brian Klingborg. It’s the first time (I think) that I’ve read a murder/mystery series based in China, so I was really excited to dive into this novel. Continue reading

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