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review 2015-09-28 15:55
Curve Review-Lilies of the Bowery


My review of Lilies of the Bowery

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review 2014-08-08 16:48
Always by Rachael Vaughn

Check out Rachel Vaughn's new book "Always", the thrilling sequel to "Second Chances", out now!

The small town of Mason encounters it’s first murder and a scared young man, Jamal David, is the prime suspect. Attorney Wade Anders and his assistant, Trey Ross, are determined to prove Jamal’s innocence even if it puts them both at odds with friends and family. When an investigation reveals information linking one of Trey’s newly discovered half siblings to the murder case, Trey’s loyalties are divided between his family and his client.

This suspenseful, small town, legal drama will keep you enthralled to the very end!

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review 2014-07-07 21:50

Timothy O’Neill’s new science fiction book, “Mandala” is an adventure through time, space and one man’s tormented past…


The ultimate fate of human intelligence and the universe itself hangs in precarious balance, and a seemingly inconsequential string of mistakes can send it into irretrievable oblivion; this is something that government scientist, Mick Keogh, is definitely not aware of at the start of this novel. On assignment at a huge, hidden structure out in Montana, named the Compass Rose, Mick quickly realizes that all is not what it may seem. He glimpses his dead wife at a Metro platform.  A disliked figure from his past is suspiciously involved in his new project. And then Mick unexpectedly discovers the Compass Rose’s connection to psychological and mythical properties of the symbol of the Mandala, and he must venture to a haunted spot. There he will need to start off on a perilous journey, facing a deadly challenge and discovering the secrets of the Mandala.

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