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Comment by Diane Coto 57 minutes ago

Book Blast: And Justice for Some by Joanne Sydney Lessner - #giveaway $30 Amazon GC -

Comment by iamjenai 16 hours ago


When Ali Hussein, suspected terrorist and alleged banker for Al Qaeda, is finally transported from Guantanamo Bay to the US mainland to stand trial, many are stunned when Byron Carlos Johnson, a pre-eminent lawyer and son of a high-profile diplomat, volunteers to represent him. On principle, Johnson thought he was merely defending a man unjustly captured through rendition and water-boarded illegally. But Johnson soon learns that there is much more at stake than one man’s civil rights. Hussein’s intimate knowledge of key financial transactions could lead to the capture of—or the unabated funding of—the world’s most dangerous terror cells. This makes Hussein the target of corrupt US intelligence forces on one side, and ruthless international terrorists on the other, and puts Byron Carlos Johnson squarely in the crosshairs of both. Written by no-holds-barred attorney Paul Batista, Extraordinary Rendition excels not only as an action thriller, but as a sophisticated legal procedural as well. Smart. Fast. Heart-pounding. A legal thriller of the highest order.


Comment by Mary Collins 16 hours ago

Clean, entertaining, and loaded with faith-filled messages teens can apply to their lives, Reshonda Tate Billingsley’s Drama Queens (Good Girlz)  shows teens how to handle the drama in their lives.

Comment by Lori Palle 22 hours ago

Today’s feature is for romance novel Leaving Liberty by Virginia Carmichael! Daisy was happy to leave Liberty and never look back—until she meets Lane. Before checking out the book, enjoy Virginia’s top 10 list guest post as she shares her favorite quotes in the book! Don’t forget to check out the two giveaways at the end!

Title: Leaving Liberty
Author: Virginia Carmichael
Genre: Adult, Romance
Publishing Date: July 1st 2013

At eighteen, Daisy McConnell left Liberty, Colorado and never looked back. The only bright spot in a childhood of neglect and loneliness was the town librarian, Marie. Now settled as a teacher in sunny Fresno, Daisy does her best to forget everything about Liberty including her drunk father, her MIA mother, and the town she hated with every beat of her heart.

Lane Bennett’s life as a small town cop is pretty close to perfect. He’s got his dog, a pretty date when he needs one, and plenty of time to fish on the weekends. No other place can compare to his hometown and he’s happy to devote his life to keeping the folks of Liberty safe. When Marie passes away, Lane knows one of the best parts about living in Liberty is gone, along with the old Carnegie library. It needs repairs the city can’t afford and the city managers won’t pay the new flood insurance. It’s too bad, but safety comes first.

When Daisy comes home for Marie’s funeral and hears the only safe place she knew as a child is going to close, she refuses to let it happen. She hatches a plan to save the old library, run the summer reading program, and keep Marie’s legacy alive.

She once vowed never to come home and he’s vowed never to leave. Daisy and Lane discover together that true love happens when you least expect it and you should never say never in Liberty.

Comment by Blood Rose Books 23 hours ago

Cassie Alexander has created one of the most memorable female protagonists in the UF genre. Check out my interview with her and her new upcoming projects. Enter the giveaway (US) too @ Blood Rose Books

Comment by Mk - yesterday

The Anatomy of Dreams by Chloe Krug Benjamin: Did They Go Too Far?

The fragile nature of trust and the ethics of research are just two of the issues in The Anatomy of Dreams, a debut psychological thriller by Chloe Benjamin that’s already on an award long list. Should you read it? Find out at

Comment by Diane Coto yesterday

#bookreview Created, The Destroyer by Warren Murphy & Richard Sapir -

Comment by Beck Valley Books Blog yesterday

Our Beck Valley Books Review - The Dance of the Spirits by Catherine Aerie'a very emotive book'.......

"Set in a time of war the story follows two people from the different ends of the political spectrum. To try and find her way in life a young Chinese woman goes off as a medical surgeon to serve in the Korean War where she sees and absorbs the real truth and results of warfare. On the other side is American Wes Palm and their paths collide with an amazing outcome. 

The true beauty of this novel is the insight of how tough and different it was for a Chinese woman to grow up and follow her own way whilst been dominated by a strict government regime. Also when people speak of war it's mainly always about the battles and the fallen but we tend to forget about the casualties and the people who tended to them without the appropriate medicine or equipment, the authors writing brings this horrible part of war to life with true reality. You feel that you are in the background of every scene. 

The narrative is told from two sides but in truth they both want the same outcome the killing to stop and peace to reign. As these two people lives become entwined we are reminded that they are the innocents and the real guilty parties are the powers to be who are fighting for they own greed. 

This is a very emotive book which will touch every single feeling you can have and will make you think differently about war and the after effects of it. 

The first book I have read by this author but I am definitely looking forward to future publications."

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Comment by Mary Collins yesterday

Marvelous Mondays for Free Books—September 15, 2014
Good Amish fiction, something for expectant mothers, children, and nonfiction that will strengthen your faith are included in this week’s group of free Christian books.

Comment by Diane Coto yesterday

#bookreview - 4 out of 5 -  A Matter of Mercy by Lynne Hugo -


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