• Mystery,  Paranormal

    Zodiac Lives

    by: Rhoda D’Ettore In the 1960’s and 1970’s, a serial killer terrorized San Francisco, California. He taunted police and the media by sending them cryptic messages and named himself the Zodiac Killer. The killings stopped and he was never identified. In 2000, a toddler began having nightmares about a murder 3,000 miles away–and two decades prior. When her dreams led police to clues which connect Zodiac to an unsolved murder, he emerged from his dormancy. Now no one is safe. A thriller that does not disappoint… by Melanie P. Smith | Author ‘Zodiac Lives’ is a fictional novel based on a real, non-fictional monster. The premise had me intrigued the moment…

  • Psychological Suspense

    Infinity: An Anonymous Biography

    by: Nico Laeser A seven-year-old boy is hit by a car and momentarily separated from life. When his eyes reopen, he can no longer discern the boundaries between reality and delusion, or perhaps between this life and the next. After a childhood spent battling mental illness and nightmares that blend with waking life, he will spend the rest of his life within the periphery of society, displaced, discarded, addicted, and desperately searching for a place in this world, fighting against an intensifying downward-spiraling current.    A tragic tale…darkly realistic by Melanie P Smith | Author I will admit that I do not normally read this type of book. When I…

  • Literary Fiction

    The Girl He Left Behind

    By: Lesley Hayes Charismatic and deeply troubled Alex experiences a mid-life metamorphosis with a shattering shrapnel effect. Kat’s world was changed forever by their first meeting, and twenty years later she is still making sense of the changes their relationship has brought about. What lies at the core of Alex, the person she remains attached to despite everything? Today our self-concept has become paramount. But to what extent do we control the events that shape us, and is transformation always what we imagine? Can any of us say with certainty that we understand the person we love, or ourselves? An exploration of the consequences of choice, the challenges and shifting…

  • Fantasy,  Horror,  Young Adult

    Survival: Survival Series Prequel

    By: Rhonda Hopkins Some days, the only plan is survival. When Sarah escapes from her brutal abductors, she promises to return to rescue her twin sister, but with the walking dead invading Fort Worth, TX, she is forced to rely on a competitive coworker who made her work life hell for years. With her coworker weakened by cancer treatments, her sister still imprisoned, and zombies looking for an easy meal, Sarah’s only plan, if she can pull it off, is Survival. Bring it On… by Tom Benson I’m not a horror fan, which means zombie-related stories come pretty far down my list of interests. I am however a fan of…

  • Epic Fantasy,  Fantasy,  Horror

    Transmute (Henchmen Book 3)

    By: Eric Lahti All he wants is a dinner date with his girlfriend, but there are jerks everywhere. As if Steven doesn’t already have enough problems dealing with the Dreaming Lands actively rebelling against his rule, the freshly minted God of Dreams has to learn how to be a god, deal with overzealous followers, and generally get his head in the game. To make things worse, a powerful enemy has set its sights on Steven and Jessica, and the entire world could be at stake. New god. New powers. New problems. At least he’s still got friends. A Rough-and-Tumble ride… by Anne Francis Scott (July 18, 2017) Behind the fantastic…

  • Romance,  Suspense

    Mount Haven (Thin Blue Line 1)

    By: Melanie P. Smith When Rowdy Cooper is injured in the line of duty and forced to take a medical retirement from the police force it sends ripples throughout his entire family. His brother Coop, who works for the same department, is questioning the wisdom of remaining on the force. Coop’s wife, Maggie is having nightmares and is terrified her husband is going to die an early, violent death. Their son, Bryan, is acting out and fears for his father’s safety every time he heads off to work. Rowdy is depressed and struggling to come to grips with the fact he will never be a cop again. The men decided…