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The Good Client

This is book one in the Mitch Turner legal thriller series by Dan Decker. I’m amid reading them all because, if you’re like me, you love a good series and a great protagonist. Against his better judgement, defense attorney Mitch Turner agrees to defend his law clerk Timothy Cooper when accused of murdering his estranged […]

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The Girl Who Lived

When Faith is released from the psychiatric hospital, she struggles to regain her footing. Despite the fact that her mother has established for her a daily routine, an apartment and scheduled several support groups to keep her focused, she can’t cope with reality. As the guilt-ridden survivor of a horrific crime in which a ‘rat-faced […]

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Unsympathetic Victims

Officer Katie Mickey is charged with protecting her arch enemy, defense attorney Ashley Montgomery, who’s life has been threatened after she’s defended a local pedophile, Victor Petrovsky, and won his release. Katie just can’t see past the fact that Ashley would willingly choose to defend such scum. Though it’s Ashley’s job and she’s not sympathetic […]

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Legacy

The story is primarily about a young girl, Adrian, who’s raised by a mogul and taught to be a superstar. After surviving the abuses of her ex-husband which culminated in a life-threatening attack resulting in his death, her mother Lina becomes ruthless in her pursuit of success. The horrific incident, that Adrian witnessed as a […]

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Author Q&A with Scott Kimak

An author who is busy at work inviting readers into another dimension, Scott Kimak is also a martial artist and a teacher. His post-apocalyptic adventures are those written by a man with a vivid imagination, but also one of very few words. So, I’ll let him Scott take the floor and tell his story here. […]

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Immigrant Patriot

This historical novel by Craig Matthews is reminiscent of the sagas written by the likes of John Jakes, James Mitchner and Collen McCullough. What’s especially wonderful about this book is that it’s based on Matthews’ own family. The stories that unfold are like a gentle weaving of family threads on their unique, but intertwined journeys […]

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The Shadow Box

Claire Beaudry Chase fails to arrive at her showing at the art gallery owned by her friend, Kate Woodward. But her husband, politician and state’s attorney, Griffin Chase is already there, busily gladhanding with his constituents as if nothing is amiss. After spying Claire’s controversial shadowbox piece, Fingerbone, he purchases it, breaks protocol by hastily […]

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False Light

Senior investigative reporter, Sanford “Fuse” Petty has been put on leave from his D.C. newspaper, Capital Incursion due to a disciplinary investigation. The real reason? He’s hitting too close to home in his work to uncover the truth behind a Running Dog’s founder’s mysterious suicide. Now with time on his hands and injustice-fueled angst in […]

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No Safe Secret

Those who love romances with a deeply integrated, contemporary and compelling storyline are probably already fans of Fern Michaels. She’s been a best-selling author for quite some time and for a reason—her stories draw you in. The female protagonists often share a very real arc with readers, or someone they know, and that is what […]

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