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First Grave on the Right by Darynda Jones

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First Grave on the Right – Darynda Jones Please note that this was imported from my old blog with the update. I have to say 0I love this book. Right from the beginning, it lured me in. Darynda Jones has created a character that has just the right amount of sarcastic attitude, enough internal conflict to propel an entire series, and of course, has managed to build a solid mystery. She even solved...

Kop by Warren Hammond

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Please note, this post was migrated from my original blog when we did the upgrade! Kop by Warren Hammond Typically when I write a review, I tell you what I liked about the book, the characters, and anything else that stood out for me.  I jot down a few notes when I’m reading, and when I  finish the book, I will pick it up again and flip through my favorite passages as I write the review...

Reiver’s Heart by Renee Wildes

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Riever’s Heart – Renee Wildes As many of you know, I am not a huge romance reader, so it will probably surprise you that I’m going to say upfront – I really liked this book. 4 of 5 stars liked it.  Aryk is the leader of a clan facing a hard reality. The constant infighting between the Clans of Isadorijka causes endless, needless deaths, prevents his people from any real trade, and ultimately...

The Invoker by Jon F. Merz

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Please note this review was transferred over from my old blog before the revamp. On a rainy autumn night in Boston, Lawton is sent to terminate a man whom he believes is a drug dealer. It is just another day in the life of a Fixer – a guardian of the secret vampire society that lives within our own, and has its own rules and Council. As the man lies dying, Lawton realizes that there is something...

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