Tag Archives: Forge Books

Review: The Lights of Sugarberry Cove by Heather Webber

The Lights of Sugarberry Cove, written by Heather Webber, is a charming novel full of magical realism, healing, and love, and it is such a gentle beast. It is a gentle soul waiting for the right reader to come along. Continue reading

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Review: A Thousand Steps by T. Jefferson Parker

A Thousand Steps, by T. Jefferson Parker, is one part thriller and one part coming-of-age story. Given how much I adore novels that blend genres, I knew that I had to give this one a try! 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: I Don’t Forgive You by Aggie Blum Thompson

I Don’t Forgive You is a mystery thriller written by Aggie Blum Thompson and is perfect for those that love a little dash of family drama mixed in. Continue reading

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Review: The Widow Queen by Elzbieta Cherezinska

If you are a fan of epic historical fantasy, then The Widow Queen, written by Elżbieta Cherezińska, is a novel that will be worth your time. However, I do want to take a minute to thank Maya Zakrzewska-Pim for translating this novel. Without that, I never would have been able to read it! Continue reading

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Review: Her Perfect Life by Hank Phillippi Ryan

Hank Phillippi Ryan is back with another psychological thriller, Her Perfect Life, and I rushed to hit that request button SO fast on NetGalley! Continue reading

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Review: And Now She’s Gone by Rachel Howzell Hall

And Now She’s Gone is the latest thriller to hit the shelves, one that’s willing to delve into lives full of secrets, fears, and the determination to keep on going. Continue reading

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Review: The First to Lie by Hank Phillippi Ryan

The First to Lie is another novel from the mind of Hank Phillippi Ryan, and it is a suspense novel full of deception and intrigue. Continue reading

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Review: The Nemesis Manifesto by Eric Van Lustbader

Picture Black Widow meets Jason Bourne, and you’ll have found The Nemesis Manifesto. Crated by Eric Van Lustbader, this is the start of a whole new series revolving around a highly competent spy and agent. Continue reading

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Review: Nottingham by Nathan Makaryk

Nottingham is the story I’ve always wanted from Robin Hood. It has all of the elements I know and love – but there’s so much more to it. I honestly can’t emphasize that fact enough. Makaryk added all of the missing elements, as far as I’m concerned. Continue reading

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