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Comment by Alan Joshua on May 5, 2015 at 1:40am

Read the excerpt at Answer question: What disease does biologist Julie Thorsten have?

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I am not a science fiction reader, but I love mysteries and thrillers. The Shiva Syndrome kept my attention from beginning to end. The mystery element is very well done and I could not wait to see where the story went next. As much a mystery as science fiction, the story never slowed down; and even though it's a big book, I read it in a little over a day. Admittedly, I'm a fast reader.
I'm glad I chose The Shiva Syndrome as my first book to review on Goodreads. It's always nice to start off with a bang! Take a look -- Alan Joshua's story and complex characters will draw you in, and keep you thinking about the story a long time after you finish reading it. Two thumbs up!

Comment by Gregory Wyche on May 4, 2015 at 10:01am

John Marshall is a dreamer.  Undeniably gifted, he graduates a year early from college.  His future might not be set in stone, but it is hardly uncertain.  But somewhere in his subconscious, his soul searches for something meaningful; something to exhilarate him.  Stressors in his life and a defiant spirit fuel a drive to escape and so he sets in motion a plan that is characteristically daring.  Unbeknownst to his parents who think he’s doing an internship out west, he empties his bank account and flies to Europe by himself. 


Surprisingly, the plan goes off without a hitch.  But even a meticulous planner like John Marshall can’t anticipate what awaits him when he reaches France.


For it is there that he meets Katie and her rag-tag posse of like-minded youth.  Radicalized by grave environmental injustices they observe in the world, they see the need for global change, and resolve to be the catalyst for that change.  It sounds naive.  But these are no ordinary college kids.  Their resources are enormous, their network of contacts spans the continent, their methods are sophisticated and anonymous, and their skills are terrifying. 


Before long, John is drawn into Katie’s noble crusade to rid the world of corruption. Together, they embark on an adventure as outlandish as it is vital… and come face to face with a malevolence John could never have imagined.

Comment by Richard Humphreys on April 28, 2015 at 4:05pm

Latest Book Review- Sam Bourne: The Righteous Men-

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Comment by Robert Joe Stout on April 28, 2015 at 12:36pm

For George Bynam, a veteran of combat duty in Afghanistan, teaching in Mexico defined who he wanted to be, a participant in bettering people’s lives including his own. When he and his novia, also a teacher, got swept up in protests against government brutality the definitions changed. His novia was arrested and he was thrust out of work. His efforts to liberate her entwined him in a new relationship, one that he couldn’t consummate out of loyalty to his imprisoned companion.

Where Gringos Don’t Belong evokes upheavals that occurred in Oaxaca in 2006-2007—upheavals that left unhealed wounds. The novel describes actual events—police and military repression of protest demonstrations, treatment of innocents swept up in a city-wide purge and sent to maximum security prisons, families trying to rebuild their lives despite violence and poverty.

          The author lives in Oaxaca and witnessed many of the events described in the novel. His previous books include the nonfiction The Blood of the Serpent, Mexican Lives and Why Immigrants Come to America as well as the novels Miss Sally and Running Out the Hurt. An award-winning journalist he has lived and worked in Mexico as well as in the United States and publishes frequently in commercial and literary journals and magazines.

         Where Gringos Don’t Belong is available both as a paperback and Kindle e-book.

Comment by Ju Ephraime on April 28, 2015 at 9:58am

Paranormal based on obeah, voodoo and Caribbean heat. Intensely sexual. A true love story with all the mystery of the paranormal. Who is Jean Louis? Pick up BLACK MAGIC MAN by Amazon best selling author and runner up in Amazon Breakthrough Novel Contest, Author Ju Ephraime today. Read the reviews and find out why readers are calling singing the praises of this book!

Comment by aparajita basu on April 28, 2015 at 1:08am

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Comment by Dori Lavelle on April 27, 2015 at 12:01pm


I'm releasing my romantic suspense/thriller novella, Veiled Obsession, on May 25th. I'd be honored if you could participate in tour. All the information will be sent to you a few days before the release. There will be a Rafflecopter Giveaway.

I appreciate your help. You ROCK!


**WARNING: Due to sexual situations and dark content, this twisted romantic thriller is not intended for readers under the age of 18.**

I cry for the man I used to know, the man I used to love...until his love killed mine.

My name is Haley Macknight, and I'm dying inside. From the outside my life is every woman's dream. I'm married to Jude Macknight, a handsome billionaire who loves me...too much.

Once upon a time, I loved him. But that love is dead. Unwilling to let me go, I've become his obsession. He will stop at nothing to make sure I remain in a marriage I no longer want, inside my gilded cage.

Each day I pull away from Jude, I watch him transform into a monster. Before my eyes, he becomes a man I don't recognize, a dangerous man. He makes it clear that I belong to him, that my life is no longer my own. If I leave, he'll kill me. But if I stay, I'll die a slow death.

**This serial unfolds over three volumes.**


Comment by George Cook on April 26, 2015 at 9:15pm

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Comment by Alan Joshua on April 26, 2015 at 5:19pm

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