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The Wolf Border by Sarah Hall

The Wolf Border reviewed, novel set in Cumbria, England.…


Posted on June 12, 2015 at 11:14am

Tahoe Ghost Boat, an Owen McKenna thriller by Todd Borg

TAHOE GHOST BOAT, a mystery set in and around Lake Tahoe, by Owen McKenna. A five star read!

Posted on August 20, 2014 at 8:59am

Blade of the Samurai review and Giveaway

Blade of the Samurai: A Shinobi Mystery by Susan Spann. Giveaway through Aug. 15, 2014.…


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Claws of the Cat by Susan Spann

Claws of the Cat by Susan Spann, a mystery novel set in 16th century Japan.…


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Mambo in Chinatown by Jean Kwok

Mambo in Chinatown by Jean Kwok, a story of immigrants in NYC Chinatown.

Posted on July 8, 2014 at 9:06am

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At 2:42pm on January 20, 2014,
John Reinhard Dizon

This is John Reinhard Dizon, author of “Nightcrawler”. I would like to submit my novel for review. This undefinednovel is recognized and accepted as women's fiction.




Nightcrawler is about the exploits of Sabrina Brooks, the heiress to the Brooks Chemical Company. Bree is trying to pick up the pieces after her father’s death, and is now in a position to live up to a personal commitment to use her resources to benefit the oppressed. She is intrigued by the notion of conducting a guerrilla campaign against drug gangs in New York City, and accesses top-secret archives detailing Government contracts for developmental research of chemical weapons. She uses her wizardry in chemistry to concoct weapons for her own use as a vigilante known as the Nightcrawler.
NYPD undercover officer Hoyt Wexford becomes friends with Bree, and begins to suspect she knows the identity of the Nightcrawler. Her sudden interest in a series of terrorist attacks in the New York area makes him believe she may be investigating a group called the Octagon. He tries to follow her but is too late to prevent a showdown between the Nightcrawler and the mysterious Reaper. Hoyt rescues Bree and learns her secret identity, and together they plan to stop the Octagon once and for all in preventing a chemical attack in NYC on the Fourth of July.

This is a pulse-pounding thriller straight out of world headlines, with an unforgettable heroine fighting impossible odds against fiendish arch-criminals. For suspense fans looking for some chick lit with international intrigue, Nightcrawler is one not to be forgotten.

At 4:43pm on April 11, 2013,
Michelle Newby

Hi Harvee, I really like your blog, great name! I have followed, would you please consider following me at www.TexasBookLover.blogspot.com? Thank you so much!


At 1:24pm on February 2, 2013,
Leslie Matthews Stansfield

Welcome to my blog.  I can't wait to read Alan Bradley!



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