Month: January 2017

‘Chase: The Hunt for the Mute Poetess’ by Thomas Dellenbusch

Chase: The Hunt for the Mute Poetess Hamburg security consultant Enrique “Rique” Allmers bumps into a young woman in the local fish-market and quickly realises she’s in trouble. Pursued by two thugs, Rique manages to get the girl to safely, but there’s another problem – she is deaf. Enlisting the help of his team of…

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‘Bad Girls (An Eden Mystery)’ by Laurel Heidtman

Bad Girls (An Eden Mystery) Coming from a troubled family background, Marnie Becker’s future starts looking up when her uncle, former Chicago cop, Cal Becker, offers to pay her through University. The pair move to a new town, but before Marnie has a chance to adapt to her new challenge, she is abducted. Thinking she…

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‘Screams in the Woods’ by Michael R Martin

Screams in the Woods Private detective Christine Lynch finds herself immersed in history when she takes on the case of two missing men. Beginning her investigation into a 19th-century mine explosion, she must discover what links the disaster with the men’s disappearance. However, she soon realises that unearthing the truth could put her own life…

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Holiday Heartwarmers: An Anthology of Short Stories

Holiday Heartwarmers: An Anthology of Short Stories Festive-themed collection of fifteen short stories penned by writers from around the world. There‚Äôs a nice variety of tales here, including not-quite traditional family get-togethers, some interesting takes on Christmas and its meaning and a few stand-out tales from some very talented authors. I particularly enjoyed the strange…

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‘The Lover’s Portrait’ by Jennifer S. Alderson

The Lover’s Portrait Threatened by Nazi blackmailers, a Dutch art dealer conceals stock from his gallery leaving a tangled trail of clues to art treasures buried somewhere in Amsterdam. Years later, when art history student Zelda Richardson gets an internship at a prestigious Amsterdam Museum, she takes on the job of tracking down the history…

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