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Review: The Heirs of Locksley by Carrie Vaughn

The Robin Hood Stories by Carrie Vaughn continues in The Heirs of Locksley. This is the tale of Robin Hood and Maid Marian’s children – as well as the children of several other famous characters from that fantastical tale. Continue reading

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Review: The Dearly Beloved by Cara Wall

The Dearly Beloved is the debut novel of Cara Well. It’s also irrefutable proof that sometimes a work of love can truly turn into something great. Cara Well spent fifteen years working on this novel to get it to this point. And it truly shows. This is a poignant and touching novel, written beautifully and polished to shine. Continue reading

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Review: The Third Mrs. Durst by Ann Aguirre

The Third Mrs. Durst is Ann Aguirre’s first foray into the world of thrillers. Previously, she’d proven that she’s a master at writing fantasy. And now we know she can handle other genres as well. It’s impressive. Continue reading

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Blog Tour & Review: Queen of Volts by Amanda Foody

Queen of Volts is the third and final novel in The Shadow Game trilogy by Amanda Foody. It’s a tale of luck, legends, and sacrifice. Continue reading

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Review: Poe Dameron: Free Fall by Alex Segura

A Poe Dameron Origin story? Sign me up! Poe Dameron: Free Fall is everything it appears to be, and everything it promises to be. It’s the tale of Poe Dameron, before he wound up in the hands of the Rebellion. Continue reading

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Review: The Ghosts of Sherwood by Carrie Vaughn

Carrie Vaughn is at it again, with a brand new series! The Robin Hood Stories kicks off with The Ghosts of Sherwood, and it is everything that fans of the classic tales would love. Especially if they wanted to know where the story continued, that is. Continue reading

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Review: Flyaway by Kathleen Jennings

Flyaway is the latest novel to come from the mind of Kathleen Jennings, and it is a thing of beauty. Having read it, I can now understand all of the hype I’ve been hearing about this novella. Continue reading

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Review: The Suicide House by Charlie Donlea

The Suicide House is the second novel in Charlie Donlea’s Rory Moore/Lane Phillips series. Yet it could easily be read as a standalone novel as well (it worked for me). It is a thriller that will draw you in and demand your full attention. Continue reading

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Review: Freeing Finch by Ginny Rorby

Freeing Finch comes from the mind that brought us Hurt Go Happy. Ginny Rorby has been known for her stories that seem to touch the hearts of its readers, and Freeing Finch is no exception. Continue reading

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Review: A Killing Frost by Seanan McGuire

As hard as this may be to believe, we are now fourteen books (and at least twice that many short stories) into the October Daye Series. A Killing Frost is the latest novel in this series by Seanan McGuire, and it is absolutely worth the wait. Continue reading

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