Review – Marlowe Kana – Joe Peacock

Marlowe Kana is the story of the eponymous hero. Marlowe is a celebrity and a war hero. Well, a celebrity because she's a war hero and it was all live-streamed. She's been arrested and tried for treason, despite being the darling of the nation, and is on her way to prison when she's broken free... Continue Reading →

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Review – Defiled Earth – Tom GH Adams

I was practically drooling when Pete handed me (via email) a book of short horror stories. I am a complete sucker for the things. I remember taking road trips with my family and sneakily reading my brother’s copy of Stephen King’s Skeleton Crew when my mom wasn’t looking (I wasn’t allowed to read scary stories... Continue Reading →

Review – Marvin’s Curse – Debra J Edwards

This story is about a pretty typical teenage boy.  Seventeen-year old Marvin resents his stepfather, struggles to communicate with his mother, cannot hold a coherent conversation with a female, and is indefatigably determined to do exactly the opposite of his father. Pretty standard, right? Until it isn’t. Marvin has the psychic ability to see ghosts,... Continue Reading →

Review – Bad Spirits – DV Berkom

Bad Spirits is the opening novella in DV Berkom's Kate Jones thriller series. The eponymous heroine, Kate, has run away from her former paramour Roberto Salazar. The catch is that Salazar is the leader of a Mexican drug cartel, and Kate has run off with a large bag full of his money. As you'd expect... Continue Reading →

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