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Comment by Book Buzz yesterday

YA Mystery/Detective For Review

By Lily Stuart
Publisher: I. M. Books
Published: September 2014
ISBN: 978-0992996130
Genre: YA realistic fiction - crime - mystery
Formats Available For Review: Print (only available to qualified reviewers/bloggers in print), pdf, epub, mobi, kindle

Webs opens with teenager, LILY, facing a gun just before it is fired at her. The story then picks up with her attacker’s account of the events leading on from this and LILY’S diary recounting events leading up to it, starting three months earlier. The two narratives gradually converge.

Alongside her own life and problems – her best friend MELEZZ, and her unreliability, her arch-rival for heartthrob, MATT’S, attentions – JAS, and her bitchery, and school with its academic impossibilities and ridiculous characters, Lily’s irreverent teenager’s diary tells of her mother’s foray into the world of internet dating and how it leads LILY to uncover a murderer. Told in turn by LILY and the anonymous murderer – her attacker from the opening scene, their combined story examines different perceptions of love, obsession and relationships, and between them they tell the story of The Russian roulette murder.

Webs is the first in the Lily Stuart teen detective series.

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Comment by Dana Roquet on Saturday

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Comment by Book Buzz on September 23, 2014 at 7:15pm

Contemporary Women's Suspense For Review

Resistance Music
By T.A. Barnes
ISBN: 978-1497341890
Published: January 2014
Pages: 302
Genre: Women's Fiction, Literary Fiction, Women's Suspense

They say she can trust them in a fight for her life. The truth is she can’t trust anyone....

An American rock star is murdered in northern Spain, drawing her sister into the underground of radical Basque Separatists and those who hunt them. With no idea of her family’s ties to the feared ETA, Sancia is thrown unwilling into a deadly baptism by knowledge, the price of which is death. Betrayed by those she trusts, sought by a cause she can’t support and stalked by those sworn to have what she holds at any cost, Sancia makes her stand alone. Some things, she learns, are truly worth one’s life.

From the halls of the cliff-top castle on the Cantabrian Sea to the remote villages of the Spanish Pyrenees, this is a story of marvelous covenants; of people willing to die for their cause, and others who commit the unspeakable to stop them. It’s a story of heroism and the single choices from which it is born, that sometimes make the world a better place.

....When the evening darkened and the breeze through the window grew chill, Sancia closed it and left the chamber. In her pocket was the key to the new lock on the ancient tunnels; in her heart, the fading presence of all that had been young and innocent in her life....

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T.A. Barnes

Comment by Richard Humphreys on September 16, 2014 at 8:49am

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Comment by Book Buzz on September 10, 2014 at 11:48am

Humorous Sports Fiction For Review

By Marcus Paul Cootsona
Publisher: Pro Tennis Press
ISBN: 978-1496082404
Published: May 2014
Pages: 246
Genre: Humorous Sports Fiction

SLAMMIN’ takes place in a different 2011.  Fifty-three year-old tennis pro and family man, Wally Wilson is happily teaching Silicon Valley’s millionaires and billionaires at the double-wide estate of his temptress and benefactor, 17 year-old Ashley Margincall.  But when Wally’s serve speed spikes and unidentified government agents appear, he begins a pro tennis odyssey that might lead him to the U.S. Open or the twisted nexus of a Grand Slam conspiracy.  Strangely blessed, but always behind the curve, Wally realizes he’s been given all the power, but none of the control.

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Marcus Paul Cootsona

Comment by Richard Humphreys on September 8, 2014 at 7:43am

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Comment by iamjenai on August 30, 2014 at 6:54pm

A wild and sexy romp through history based on the real-life adventures of the audacious, Lola Montez. It is 1842, London, and the gorgeous, ever-capricious 22-year-old Eliza Gilbert, (aka Lola Montez) is in deep trouble and seeks escape from a divorce trial. Desperate to be free, Lola accepts an alluring offer of a paid trip to Spain, if she will only fulfill a few tasks for Juan de Grimaldi a Spanish theatre impresario who is also a government agent and spy for the exiled Spanish queen, Maria Cristina. Lola soon finds herself in Madrid, undercover as a performer in a musical play. But when she falls dangerously in love with the target, General Diego de Leon, Lola becomes a double agent and the two hatch a plot of their own. Disaster strikes when the plot is exposed, Diego is captured, and Lola is forced to flee on horseback to France, with a dangerous group of Loyalists in hot pursuit.

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Comment by BookGirlR on August 20, 2014 at 1:54pm
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