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Paint Her Dead

Wanda Shelton

Wanda Shelton, 489 pages, (paperback) $16.99, 9781729313046
(Reviewed: March, 2019)

Kidnapping, coastal Maine, art forgery, the FBI, murder, secret identities, artists and romance all share the palette in this mystery by Wanda Shelton, who wastes no time providing readers with a dead body.

Leah Dawson, a Memphis designer, is ready for a week-long painting workshop at a scenic Maine inn. It’s not only the art […]

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The Land that Shivers

Ebele Ufondu

Ebele Ufondu, 326 pages, (paperback) $15.95, 9781732946002
(Reviewed: March, 2019)

The Land That Shivers takes readers deep into the heart of modern-day Nigeria, where a young man faces difficult choices as he tries to care for his family.

When Asa’s father is killed in a tragic bus explosion, the young college graduate quickly assumes the role of head of household for his mother and three […]

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The 19th Bladesman

S. J. Hartland

Dark Blade Publishing, 627 pages, (paperback) $17.99, 9780648437208
(Reviewed: March, 2019)

Australian author S.J. Hartland’s debut novel—and first installment of her Shadow Sword saga—is nothing short of an epic fantasy masterwork.

Set in a sprawling, magic-saturated realm inhabited by humans, immortals, and a variety of supernatural monstrosities, Hartland’s narrative is impressively grand-scale. Although it features an ensemble cast of adeptly developed central characters, a richly described […]

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Busy Bee: A Young Asian Businessman’s Struggle Experiences in Malaysia, Singapore and Melbourne

Dato' Sri. Dr. Bee Loh

Partridge, 117 pages, (paperback) $13.77, 9781543748277
(Reviewed: March, 2019)

Success in business may be driven by hardships early in life. In Busy Bee: A Young Asian Businessman’s Struggle Experiences in Malaysia, Singapore, and Melbourne, author Bee Loh credits his good fortune to the difficult times he had in school as a child.

Loh writes chattily about beginning school in his early childhood […]

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An Eternity in a Moment

K. Carothers

Luminare Press, 451 pages, (paperback) $15.95, 9781643880020
(Reviewed: March, 2019)

Emergency room physician and former Air Force Flight Surgeon, K. Carothers shows that she’s as talented with the pen as the scalpel in An Eternity in a Moment, a page-turning romance crossed with detective mystery plus a pinch of the paranormal.

Carothers’ protagonist, Dr. Erin Pryce, is a talented and driven Boston emergency room doctor […]

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All-American Aphrodite

Daniel Lyons

iUniverse, 243 pages, (paperback) $13.99, 9781532056772
(Reviewed: March, 2019)

Daniel Lyons’ political thriller follows a journalist as she investigates the forces at work behind a sex scandal.

The novel begins as Senator Milton Bergman, of Washington state, is caught in a hotel room with a prostitute called Atalanta.  Desperate to protect his reputation, Bergman lies and claims the encounter was a set-up.  […]

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Man Up, Man!: 101 Ways to Be a Real Man, Really

Ed Cawley

Xlibris, 95 pages, (paperback) $15.99, 9781479761258
(Reviewed: March, 2019)

Despite the title, Ed Cawley’s Man Up, Man! 101 Ways to be a Real Man, Really offers advice that’s refreshingly free of gender stereotypes. And while there’s too much cliché “wisdom” here, there are also practical suggestions that anyone—man or woman—can appreciate.

Cawley’s advice is divided into nine chapters, with titles including: “Know […]

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As I War Myself

Javier De Alva Garza

Westbow Press, 72 pages, (paperback) $9.95, 9781512794229
(Reviewed: March, 2019)

With drug overdoses killing an estimated 70,000 Americans last year, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, As I War Myself is as topical as it is gripping.

Javier De Alva Garza’s fictional account of one man’s descent into addiction, his brief rallies and recurring despair, sheds light on the devastating, nonstop struggle […]

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How to Kill an Elephant

Robert Pins

AuthorHouse, 806 pages, (paperback) $33.09, 9781546296553
(Reviewed: March, 2019)

Robert Pins’s How to Kill an Elephant is a lengthy series of unorthodox essays aimed at changing our way of thinking about current issues. In questioning the authority of what he facetiously calls “Great Brains” (various leaders: political, social, corporate, etc.), he focuses on topics as diverse as the UK’s National Health Service (NHS), taxes, […]

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Passive Income Freedom: 23 Passive Income Blueprints to finally #ClaimYourFreedom

Gundi Gabrielle

SassyZenGirl, 315 pages, (paperback) $14.99, 9781793242129
(Reviewed: March, 2019)

Gundi Gabrielle’s Passive Income Freedom, another of the author’s “SassyZenGirl Guides,” offers beginning entrepreneurs an overview of how to create passive income streams.

As with her other books, this one displays the author’s credibility, written in her unique, conversational, and relatable tone of voice. In the introduction, she reviews her own experience transitioning from classical […]

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