Category: Novels

Now Borrowing: The Dead Seek..

Now Borrowing: The Dead Seekers

Overall Review: This is a unique revenge tale that takes an abrupt turn when life and new enemies intrude. Hendee (squared) create a riveting and rich landscape and lay out an adventure at turns horrific and triumphant. The conclusion to the mystery the pair find themselves caught up in is both satisfying and simultaneously opening […]

April 20, 2017
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Spotlight On: The Bone Witch

Spotlight On: The Bone Witch

Back in December I was browsing through my NetGalley emails (as book reviewers are known to do) and came across one with a book cover that was just beautiful: Then I saw the comparison description: Memoirs of a Geisha meets The Name of the Wind.  But the teaser quote really sealed the deal: “Let me […]

March 7, 2017
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Now Borrowing: Echoes in Dea..

Now Borrowing: Echoes in Death

Overall Review: Eve and Roarke are back and the latest installment of the In Death series isn’t pulling any punches. In a keeping with the “Marriage Rules,” Dallas and Roarke are on their way home from an evening mingling with the glitterati only to crash into another case, saving a woman who stumbles in front […]

February 10, 2017
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Now Borrowing: Power Game

Now Borrowing: Power Game

Overall review: In Power Game, Christine Feehan returns to the bayou for another adventure with the Ghost Walker team fighting to make a safe haven for their families. It’s a rough ride that drags you further into the precarious world of the Ghost Walkers and the battle against their evil maniacal creator and his powerful allies…and enemies. […]

January 24, 2017
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Now Borrowing: The Heart of ..

Now Borrowing: The Heart of What Was Lost

If you’ve haven’t read the original “Memory, Sorrow and Thorn” trilogy, and you’re a fan of fantasy, then you’ve missed out on some remarkable writing. That being said, you do not need to have read how this sojourn into war began to enjoy this trip into the World of Osten Ard. In The Heart of […]

January 5, 2017
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