BOOK REVIEW: Shadow Keeper

Considering the dozens of books Christine Feehan has published, her status as a repeatedly Best Selling author and the fact that several critics have dubbed her the “queen of paranormal romance,” I found this volume somewhat disappointing. This is the third novel in her Shadow Riders series and that may be part of the problem–coming […]

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REVIEWED: MEM

MEM by Bethany C. Morrow (Alternate History SF Novel, 2018). In this version of the 1920’s, we’re a couple decades into an odd new technology where doctors can remove selected memories from patients. In the process, these memories are brought to a separate life. These artificially created people, called ‘Mems,’ are exact duplicates of their ‘Sources’ […]

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REVIEWED: The Girl From Venice

The Girl from Venice by Martin Cruz Smith. (Historical Novel, 2016) This one–the latest from another of my favorite authors–is set in northern Italy in 1945, where the last remnants of Mussolini’s Fascist regime and their equally doomed Nazi overlords are preparing for a suicidal last stand (or maybe a desperate escape). Cenzo Vianello is a […]

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