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Comment by Lynelle Clark 17 hours ago

Book Review: Book 3 in the Legacy of the Watchers: Masquerade by Nancy Madore. Still a few days left to win your very own copy.

Comment by Book Buzz 18 hours ago

Historical Mystery For Review

The Merchant of Death
Sub-Title: A Mayan Mystery
Series: Book 1 of the Cycle of Xhól
Published: November 9, 2014
Author: Cécile Chabot
Genre: Historical Mystery
Formats Available: print (limited quantities available to qualified reviewers/bloggers only) pdf, kindle, epub, mobi

A corpse, a wrongly-accused hunter, and a painter with an unquenchable thirst for justice.

17 May 679 AD: Xhól—a painter, a sculptor, and a cripple—discovers on the same day a dead man and that life can get complicated in Dos Pilas, a small Mayan settlement caught in the power struggle between Tikal and Calakmul, the two mighty city-states. The victim is a rich merchant just come back from a long trade journey in the North.

Unwittingly, Xhól directs the suspicions on One Hunter; One Hunter whom he believes to be innocent. As a result, Xhól feels compelled. Compelled to look for the real culprit. Compelled to wonder about the intrigues of the royal court. Compelled to bear with the sneers that the able-bodied throw at his limp.

When the news come that Tikal is launching an attack on Dos Pilas, the warriors ready themselves for combat. The Ajaw, lord of Dos Pilas, wants to close the case of the murdered merchant before his departure and decides that One Hunter will be executed on the morning the army leaves for war… Unless Xhól discovers the killer before.

Fans of Ellis Peters will delight in following the adventures of Xhól, as unlikely an investigator as Brother Cadfael, in the first installment of this sixteen book-long series, the Cycle of Xhól.

For review copies contact:

Cécile Chabot
Twitter: @CecileChabot

Comment by Dee Thomas 19 hours ago

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Comment by Brandi S. 22 hours ago

Staying in this Halloween? Pick up RAINE by J.C. Valentine today and see why everyone is calling it a must read!

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Comment by Daniel Side yesterday

Coming out Dec 15/2014

For a free  e copy to review

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 The Reedsmith of Zendar 

The Reedsmith of Zendar is a great combination of a heroic quest, lust and revenge, in a science fantasy setting, sure to appeal to those who like character driven novels, just the right amount of swordplay and some twists and turns to keep you reading. Coming your way soon!


On Zendar, a world of torrential downpours and soaring reed trees, Andar, a common reedsmith, struggles with the death of his wife, his rebellious son, and the burgeoning womanhood of his daughter.  When his family is attacked by Suru, a group of assassins, fear and indecision cripple the former council guard. Once again he is drawn into the life of a warrior; one that he willing left many years ago. His faith in life and the goodness of humanity is tempered as he becomes hardened and embittered by events outside the safety of his small village. Only by inadvertently saving another from a similar fate, is he in turn saved by her.

Behind the attack are two men, each with hidden agendas. One seeks revenge over love lost, the other, secrets from Zendar’s past. Andar becomes a pawn in their deadly game, but soon realizes that much more is at stake than the lives of his family. His enemies have unearthed a frightening chapter in Zendar’s history. Andar accepts that he must confront the horror of the past, for it threatens the future of not only his children, but his entire world.





Comment by Book Buzz yesterday

Historical Fiction For Review

UnLucky Double: Part One
By Darryl R. Breland
Publisher: Breland Publishing
Published: August 2014
ISBN: 978-1500990503
Pages: 232
Genre: Historical Fiction

Everyone has a double. Al Capone discovers that Johnny Cado, a local bootlegger in prohibition era New Orleans looks just like the infamous Lucky Luciano. The New York mobster drafts Cado to provide Lucky with an alibi while committing crimes and a stand-in when he becomes the target of an assassination attempt. Johnny Cado is the UnLucky Double until he takes advantage of an opportunity to flee with his wife and the mob’s money while on assignment in Italy. Life is temporary much better while living in France under assumed names, but things change for the worse when the German Nazis invade and occupy France. The Nazis arrest Cado and his wife for assisting the French Underground smuggle stranded British airmen out of occupied France. Spared the death penalty, the Cado’s are forced to participate in gruesome medical research programs in Dachau, Germany.  Although Johnny Cado and his wife, Angila, are fictional characters, their story is intertwined with real historical characters and events. If you enjoy historical fiction, organized crime stories, World War II stories, drama and romance, I believe that you will enjoy this book.

For review copies contact:

Darryl R. Breland

Comment by Lynelle Clark on Wednesday

I have several Book Tours on my blog: Excerpts, Interview and Giveaways.

Promo Tour: Blood Master by Kristen Campbell. An Urban Paranormal Fantasy.
The Wolf by K.R.Thompson is on tour from Oct 20 - Nov 22nd. Plus, win a Amazon Giftcard.
Blog Tour: Broken Creek by Abbie St Claire. Great prices can be won.
Promotional Tour: Only You by Lorna Peel. Can the “Badly-blond Bloke” convince her to lay down her fears?
Interview with Saylor Storm about her book Sue's Seduction and her writing career.

Comment by Alecia Stone (CBY Book Club) on Tuesday

Cover Reveal & Giveaway - A Weaver's Web by Chris Pearce

1 Kindle, ePub or PDF copy of A Weaver's Web.

Ends November 16th (midnight GMT).

International giveaway.

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