Category: Reviews

‘Toxic Minds’ by Gordon Bickerstaff

Toxic Minds High flyer Alexa Sommer works hard in a controversial job where backstabbing and sneaky tactics are the norm, but the fallout from her divorce has ramifications she couldn’t have foreseen. When her daughter accuses Alexa’s estranged husband of child abuse, it seems their world is heading for a major meltdown. Fighting to save…

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‘Jurassic Park’ by Michael Crichton

Jurassic Park We all know the story – a remote jungle island, genetic engineering that knows no bounds, and a bunch of humans who (mostly) think they’re in control. Naturally, the creatures Hammond and his pals create have other ideas and when given the opportunity to escape their enclosures, carnage and catastrophe can’t be far…

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‘I Kill’ by Lex Lander

I Kill (Andre Warner, Manhunter) Haunted by the death of a young Italian girl, professional killer AndrĂ© Warner attempts to retire from his deadly occupation, however, with nothing else to do but indulge in drink, drugs and sex, he finally consents to another contract: the assassination of an Arab drug trafficker. With any luck, the…

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‘The Virgin of the Wind Rose’ by Glen Craney

The Virgin of the Wind Rose While probing the murder of her missionary boyfriend in Ethiopia, rookie State Department lawyer Jaqueline Quartermane discovers a strange word square in an underground church. Teaming up with the elusive Elymas she follows the ancient clues to Rome, Nova Scotia and Sumatra. Running alongside the main story is a…

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‘The Pink Beetle’ by Caspar Vega

The Pink Beetle When I agree to review a book, my decision is usually based on several factors, including the quality of the writing, the blurb, the page length and the genre, but in this case, it was mostly based on the cover. (Yeah, I know, what can I say – image is everything). The…

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