There is a the Cozy Mystery Group, but I find that some books posted there do not fit in the Cozy section of mystery. This group is a place for anyone who loves to read a good mystery and/or thriller and/or action adventure book.See More
Reviewed by: Ella Vincent, Hollywood Book Reviews Book Review Prism by author Roland Allnach shows the full spectrum of his creativity, storytelling skills, vivid imagination and although may be a bit frightening at times, he is always entertaining.Prism is a collection of Roland Allnach’s newest short stories and acclaimed poetry all in one book. Allnach’s short stories are compelling and engaging tales. The stories are haunting and graphically terrifying; in a good way. One standout tale is…See More
Reviewed by: Tiffany Ezuma, Pacific Book Reviewhttp://www.pacificbookreview.com/All of the great stories in literature and culture share the same model: the hero’s journey. The model takes an unlikely, flawed protagonist and presents him with a task that seems insurmountable at the start. How a character deals with a task determines his legacy. “The Black Diamond” by Luis Olivie takes this same model and gives the reader a hero worth the task…See More
Reviewed By: Jason Lulos, Hollywood Book Reviewshttp://www.hollywoodbookreviews.com/This is a very entertaining and imaginative children's book about Thumperino Superbunny, an intellectually and physically gifted superhero who uncovers a plot involving pollution, pirates, and mysterious gems. This is the third installment in the commendable Superbunny series; an enjoyable and thoughtful adventure story.Thumperino Superbunny poses as the…See More
Reviewed by: Tania Staley, Maryville, Tennessee; for Pacific Book Reviewhttp://www.pacificbookreview.com/In the second book in his “Hints of Wisdom Series”, Exalted Secrets of Brilliant Minds: How to Arouse Intelligence and Climb the Mountain of Greatness Like the “Chosen” Few, Wisdom J.O.Y. Makano shares the techniques the heroes of the world used to reach greatness. For generations these secrets have only been revealed to a select few that…See More
Interviewed by: Lisa Brown-Gilbert, Pacific Book Reviewhttp://www.pacificbookreview.com/Today we’re talking with Holly L. Lewitas, author of “An Army of Noses”. PBR: Have you always wanted to be a writer?When I was in high school I discovered that I loved to write, but the English teachers and their red pens cared more about my grammar than my ideas and it shut me down. Life took over and it was not until I was middle-aged that I found the…See More
Reviewed by: Krista Schnee, Pacific Book Reviewhttp://www.pacificbookreview.com/Alex and Jason had a unique childhood, one that involved magic and freedom. Their parents encouraged personal indulgence as well as expression; chocolate cake for breakfast was normal and…See More
Reviewed by: Lisa Brown-Gilbert, Pacific Book Reviewhttp://www.pacificbookreview.comAn evocative work of contemporary fiction Men are the Thing to Fear by author Robert Morrison is an absorbing read that draws readers into the captivatingly debauched world of central character Danny Kaneen, an anti – hero who evolves into a surprising hero.For author Robert Morrison this is his first published novel in which he successfully proves his mettle as a…See More
Reviewed by: Krista Schnee, Pacific Book Reviewhttp://www.pacificbookreview.com/Born as twins thirteen years prior, Alexander and Amanda Lee had been inseparable since that time. They had grown up in a loving household, a small farm in Virginia during the 1700′s. Both found safety and support on this farm; as part of a famous family, their parents were able to provide them with a well-developed education, including tutoring in language and…See More
Miracles Among Us: A Collection of True Miracle Stories
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