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Review – Robert Parker’s Apex


Apex is an old school spy/adventure novel by self published author Robert Parker and, once you start reading, you just …

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Review – Suzanne Whitfield Vince’s The Many Lives Of June Crandall

June Crandall

The debut novel from Suzanne Whitfield Vince is the story of Grace Adams. We follow her journey from being abandoned …

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Review – Adriano Bulla’s The Road To London


There is something so very special about the debut novel from Italian author Adriano Bulla. The story itself is certainly …

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Review: Christopher Stokes’ The Distant Glimmer

The Distant Glimmer

In 1962 a glimmer in the sky was spotted by a British research facility and a team of 6 men, …

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Review: Morgan Bell’s Sniggerless Boundulations

Sniggerless Boundulations

Sniggerless Boundulations is the debut short story collection by Morgan Bell. With titles like The Tunnel, It Had to Be …

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Review: R.M. Grace’s Fall of Hope

Fall Of Hope

Fall of Hope is a thrilling story that draws its readers into a world of confusion, raising questions about whether …

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Review: Jane Davis’s An Unchoreographed Life

An Unchoreographed Life

When I picked up a copy of the latest book from award winning author Jane Davis I really didn’t know …

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Review: Vicki Case’s Forever Love

Forever Vicki Case

Forever Love by Vicki Case is the fourth of her poetry collections written for Eros, the man she loved and …

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Review – Gary Sheard’s Awful Management

Awful Management

Awful Management chronicles the business experiences of Gary Sheard from junior pea picker to the chairman of a plc. Along …

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Review – Kneel Downe’s SPORADIC


I first came across the work of Kneel Downe when upon a friend’s recommendation I purchased Amelia’s Song, a fairy …

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Review: Patrick Andendall’s Stupid Party: Math Versus Myth


To date, I’ve only reviewed fiction, so it was a refreshing change to review something of an altogether different bent. …

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Review – R.J. Brousseau’s Battle For Honor: Gates

Battle For Honor Gates

Three thousand years ago, Agora was brought to the brink of annihilation by the Third Great War. Since then, all …

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Review – T.A. Uner’s Doctor Mars

Doctor Mars

Doctor Mars is a short science-fiction story written by T.A. Uner. Set – as one might have guessed – on …

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Review: Carrie Lane’s Before Cate (Cat Haus)

Before Cate

Book contains scenes of a sexual nature Two years after a great tragedy in his life, John Hamilton thinks he …

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Review: DC Mahoney’s Ageless Spy

In 1939 Carl Coles, a mid twenties merchant seaman, happens across a young waitress in Nova Scotia whilst he docked …

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Review: Mark Gray’s Deny


Meet Cassie Isabel Moore – three names are important she has been told. She’s 17, doesn’t care about anyone or …

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Review: Robert Geoffrey’s A Letter To My Son


As someone who has experienced an awful amount of loss in my life, I am now quite hardened to the …

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Review – Drew Bankston’s Lines of Force

Lines Of Force Front Cover

Travelling back in time and changing history is not a new concept. It is a well travelled road for science …

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Review – Leandra Martin’s Dark One Rising

Dark One Rising

When you review for a successful site like The Self Publisher’s Showcase which has so many fantastic authors and titles, …

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Review – Anne Riley’s Elusive Little Sucker: My Entirely Too Long and Totally Circuitous Search for Happiness


Here we have a short but funny, insightful, trenchant memoir type anecdotally oriented travelogue-ish book that masquerades as a guide …

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