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Comment by Daye Riolpe on April 9, 2014 at 5:24pm

ClioStory Publishing unearthed Clonmac's Bridge in March!

A fascinating archaeological thriller novel.

Inspired by a real discovery, Clonmac’s Bridge shifts between contemporary times and 9th century Ireland. It tells the story of two men who struggle against envy and mediocrity — a millennium apart — aided only by a loyal helpmate and an unconquerable will.

What some thrilled readers are saying:

“Perren's masterfully crafted adventure story covers more than just one marine archaeologist's discovery of a twelve hundred year old bridge.”
Gregory Lamb, Amazon

“A rather fascinating look at archeology with the blood, sweat and tears that it takes to get an archeological dig funded and up and running and, by having to work around jealous colleagues, stuffed shirt corporates and in this case even the Peruvian mafia raised the entertainment level tremendously.”
Literary Chanteuse Reviews

“Fascinating, detailed and complex, an investigation that takes us from the present day back to 9th century Ireland.”
Lili Goodreads

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About the Author

Jeffrey Perren is an American novelist, educated in philosophy at UCLA and in physics at UC Irvine. The lure of writing soon outweighed everything, though.

He was born in Independence, MO right around the corner from Harry Truman's house. But then, at the time, everything there was right around the corner from Harry Truman's house. He lives in Sandpoint, Idaho with his wife.

He wrote his first short story at age 12 and went on to win the Bank of America Fine Arts award at age 17. Since then he has published at award-winning sites and magazines from the U.S. to New Zealand. He has had short stories published at the award-winning sites Apollo's Lyre and Mystericale.

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Comment by Untreed Reads on April 9, 2014 at 4:36pm

NOW AVAILABLE FOR REVIEW FROM UNTREED READS PUBLISHING

Approaching Menace by June Shaw

Mystery 189 pages $5.99

Josie Aspen gladly gave up a career path to move to the Gulf Coast to help with her sickly little brother. Her phobia of bad weather means being ever-fearful of hurricanes, but possible storms aren’t as scary as a killer who is attacking young women in the area.

As Josie's brother's condition worsens, their mother reveals she is much more erratic than Josie ever imagined, and the man Josie plans to marry shows signs that he may be hiding something terrible.

As a powerful storm turns toward their coast and the body count rises, Josie will need to face her terrors if she is to keep her little brother alive.

About Author June Shaw:

June Shaw lives along a lazy bayou in south Louisiana. She became a young widow with five children, completed a college degree, and started teaching junior high students. Then her deferred dream of becoming a writer took hold.

Between grading papers and being involved in her growing children's activities, she sold stories and learned to write plays. She won a playwriting contest in Boston, and two of her short plays were produced Off-Off Broadway. A short screenplay she wrote aired on a channel for the arts in New Orleans.

She eventually worked on novels, became a grandmother, and then sold Relative Danger, which received excellent reviews. Deadly Ink nominated it for their new David award for Best Mystery of the Year. Harlequin reprinted it, and Books in Motion bought audio rights.

June represented Louisiana on the board of the southwest chapter of Mystery Writers of America for two years. When June is not writing, she enjoys reading, swimming, fishing, dancing, traveling, meeting new people, and being with her friends and large family.

How to Purchase Approaching Menace:

Approaching Menace is only $5.99 direct from The Untreed Reads Store, available in EPUB, PDF and Kindle formats. You can also pick up this nail-biter at Amazon, Apple and everywhere else ebooks are sold, as well as at your local library.

To request your review copy please send a link to your blog and ebook format to brendan@untreedreads.com


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Comment by steven nedelton on April 9, 2014 at 3:22pm

SUSPENSE, MYSTERY & PARANORMAL novels, ebooks, audiobooks & paperbacks at www.snedelton.com

Prolog to ‘THE RAVEN AFFAIR,’ a SUSPENSE narrated by GREGG RIZZO at www.snedelton.com, book at  http://ow.ly/vanSh

Enjoy ‘COMA SINS,’ a SUSPENSE narrated by William Dupuy at www.snedelton.com and on Amazon  http://ow.ly/ss74i.

Prolog to ‘DANGEROUS TRADE,’ a SUSPENSE narrated by DON ADAY at www.snedelton.com, book at  http://ow.ly/taCB4

‘DEMON In A Small Town’ next at www.snedelton.com


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Comment by Robin Austin on April 9, 2014 at 1:46pm

The Woodlands

Lauren Nicolle Taylor
Young Adult
Amazon


Rosa never thought she’d make it to sixteen…

When being unique puts you in danger and speaking your mind can be punishable by death, you might find yourself fighting to survive.

Sixteen-year-old Rosa lives in one of the eight enclosed cities of The Woodlands. Where the lone survivors of a devastating race war have settled in the Russian wilderness because it’s the only scrap of land left habitable on the planet.

Excerpt


My mother’s face was my own, the way she moved mirrored my own movements and mannerisms, but that’s where the similarities ended. Although raised by this woman, I was nothing like her. For the first time, I saw things from her perspective. Getting into trouble all the time, never showing Paulo anything other than contempt. I must have been such a frustration to her.

They called my name. Paulo put his hands firmly on my shoulders, holding me in my place. His intense stare was impossible to look away from. “Don’t shame your family,” he spat at me. And with that, he made it easy to leave. I could feel the blades starting to move, my hair whipping around my face. I stripped away the fear and anxiety, leaving a girl that was fierce, empowered by his hatred.


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Comment by Beck Valley Books Blog on April 9, 2014 at 1:26pm

http://itsmysideoflife.com/2014/04/curse-moon-cold-war-rising-by-le...

Curse The Moon - Cold War Rising by Lee Jackson

Curse The Moon - Cold War Rising by Author Lee Jackson 'a thrilling story filled with a lot more than adventure and action, it's filled with a surge of emotion and an intense amount of hope' reviews My Side Of Life

"Ready for some fast passed adventure and an exciting thriller? Curse The Moon by Lee Jackson is it ! From the first page you are thrown into troubling times right smack dab in the middle of the Cold War in Cuba.

Atcho is his code name, driven by his love for his country and even more for his family we meet a man that takes us right into the thick of things. While leading guerrilla fighters Atcho is captured and cast into the darkened dungeons where he fears the worst is to come, and he's right. The worst has yet to come for him. As the book goes on you are taken back by the struggles and hardships endured by the Cubans and those around them , really getting a feel of what was going on during those times.

Throughout the book Atcho's spirit is never once broken though. It was really inspiring to read actaully, you've got this man fighting for his life , fighting for his family, struggling through so much and yet the fight is still inside of him. The power behind this man shines through and the characters come to life on the pages. It really grabbed me from the start. You question whether he'll make it through to the end, if he can keep going and pull through or no which kept me on the edge of my seat anticipating what may happen next. Curse The Moon is a thrilling story filled with a lot more than adventure and action, it's filled with a surge of emotion and an intense amount of hope and that I really couldn't walk away from.

This was done so well, I really couldn't put the book down and look forward to reading more from Lee Jackson. If you enjoy a great plot with an incredibly well drawn adventure this book is for you. You won't be disappointed."

Read on ..........
http://itsmysideoflife.com/2014/04/curse-moon-cold-war-rising-by-le...


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Comment by Linda Hubalek on April 9, 2014 at 12:25pm

Brand new release, historical fiction story about a pioneer woman.

Tying the Knot, the first historical fiction book in the Kansas Quilter series follows Kizzie Pieratt as she packs her family’s belongings for her husband’s job down in the Indian Territory. The move is meant to be temporary to make money to build a homestead back on their Kansas prairie land. 

As Kizzie receives trunks and quilts from her family to use on their trip, she learns about the significant moves previous generations have made for the betterment of their children, just like she is about to do. 

This book series shares the stories and photos of Linda Hubalek’s pioneer ancestors that homesteaded in Kansas in the 1800s. The Kansas Quilter continues the family stories written in Hubalek’s Trail of Thread series. 

A bonus section tells the "Story behind the story" of the Kansas Quilter series and features photos of some of the quilts that the Pieratt family made. 


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Comment by Lynelle Clark on April 9, 2014 at 8:10am

Interview with Meredith Allard.
5 Star Review for her book 'Her Loving husband's Curse'
A Paranormal Romance.
~*~
What inspire or motivate you to write?

I’m inspired by so many different things. Sometimes I’m inspired by books I read. Sometimes I’m inspired by television shows or movies. Sometimes it’s just a passing fancy. I’ve learned to pay attention to the motivation because there may be a novel in there somewhere.
http://lynelleclarkaspiredwriter.blogspot.com/2014/04/interview-wit...

Comment by Majanka Verstraete on April 9, 2014 at 7:57am

I reviewed horror / science fiction novel "Eye Spy" by Tahir Shah on my blog today. You can read the full review here.

Title: Eye Spy

Author: Tahir Shah

Genre: Horror, Science Fiction

Age Group: Adult

Rating: 4 stars

Purchase: Amazon

Review copy provided by the author in exchange for an honest review.

The greatest eye surgeon of his age, Dr. Amadeus Kaine is fêted by royalty, dictators, Hollywood, and the international jetset. An epicurean of sophistication and dark obsessions, he’s devoted his life to locating the perfect food.

While treating one of Central Asia’s most depraved despots, Kaine is given a little pie to eat – a delicacy reserved for guests of the president. It’s the most delicious thing that’s ever passed the surgeon’s lips, and one that has seemingly miraculous effects.

All of a sudden, Kaine finds that his bald patch is growing over with thick black hair, and that his body is healing itself from the inside out. But, best of all, he realizes that his mental faculties are stimulated in ways he never believed possible. He can write books in a few hours, learn languages in a matter of days, and effortlessly solve problems from world hunger to global warming.

The drawback is that the dictator’s little pies are prepared with human eyes, taken from convicts working in the opal mines. Horrified that he’s unwittingly become a cannibal, Amadeus Kaine can’t think of anything but getting his hands on some more of the illicit specialty.

Obsessed in particular by green eyes, he begins hunting for victims to satisfy his wayward craving. While perfecting his method, he learns to appreciate the subtleties in taste. As he does so, a terrible affliction strikes – Occulosis.

An eye disease that has jumped the species gap from industrialized poultry farming, the virus rips through society, robbing the masses of their sight. The only man who can save the world is the inimitable Dr. Kaine, who is himself on the run.

One of the strangest tales of obsession, mania and intrigue ever told, EYE SPY will quite literally change the way you see the world.

Review excerpt: The book is all about how blurry the lines are between good and bad, and as such, is a fascinating, riveting read. The writing was solid, but the story and plot were the most impressive parts of this book.

Read the full review here.


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Comment by steven nedelton on April 8, 2014 at 11:43pm

Enjoy SUSPENSE, MYSTERY & PARANORMAL novels, ebooks, audiobooks & paperbacks at www.snedelton.com

Prolog to ‘THE RAVEN AFFAIR,’ a SUSPENSE narrated by GREGG RIZZO at www.snedelton.com, book at  http://ow.ly/vanSh

Enjoy ‘COMA SINS,’ a SUSPENSE narrated by William Dupuy at www.snedelton.com and on Amazon  http://ow.ly/ss74i.

Prolog to ‘DANGEROUS TRADE,’ a SUSPENSE narrated by DON ADAY at www.snedelton.com, book at  http://ow.ly/taCB4

‘DEMON In A Small Town’ next at www.snedelton.com

ACTION, SUSPENSE, MYSTERY novels, ebooks & paperbacks at www.snedelton.com


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Comment by Robin Austin on April 8, 2014 at 11:39pm

Damaged

Becca Vincenza
Amazon


There are some beings in this world, long thought to be extinct.

Some seek to protect them, others want control, but some . . . some are hell bent on their destruction.


Excerpt

“Beautiful,” I whispered, my eyes searching her face closely. Her smile turned shy and she hid her face in my chest. Her body shook and I realized she was giggling.

“What? What is it?” I asked wanting to laugh along with her, feeling the heavy weight of the past rolling off my shoulders.

“Nothing.” She peeked up at me, her voice muffled as her lips were still on my chest. What I wouldn’t give to have my shirt ripped off at that moment so I could feel her lips on my bare skin. I swallowed and pushed the thought away. I moved my hand to touch her face, I couldn’t help myself anymore. I found myself touching her all the time.

 
 
 

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