Title: The Sugar Merchant Author: James Hutson-Wiley Genre: Historical Fiction The Sugar Merchant follows the adventures of scholar and merchant Thomas Woodward. A twist of fate and a tragic childhood loss leads to him being adopted by a group of monks from a nearby abbey. It is there he meets the people who… Read More The Sugar Merchant – Editorial Review
Title: Deadly Serious Author: A. J. Thibault Genre: Mystery / Thriller Dan Goodis spends his evenings hustling as a stand-up comic and his days riffing on his material when he inadvertently stumbles across Prof. Aleksandr Vasinoff, a ground-breaking physicist now living as a hermit, who hands Dan a briefcase shortly before being brutally… Read More Deadly Serious – Editorial Review
Title: Kenneth Chapter Author: S. M. Lambert Genre: Fiction A red Ferrari, a violent delinquent, the sexy captain of the high school cheerleading squad, and lots of kickass karate: Charles Gill Jr.’s three-week adventure is a wild one. In Kenneth Chapter, sixteen-year-old Charles promises to make the most of his three weeks of… Read More Kenneth Chapter – Editorial Review
Title: Incarnata Author: Brandon Faircloth Genre: Horror Incarnata is a collection of seventeen short horror stories which begin as standalone stories, and in the second half of the book start to tie together. The stories revolve around another realm called Incarnata, the portal used to cross over to it, the monsters who live… Read More Incarnata – Editorial Review
Title: Flow Like a River Author: Mark Guillerman Genre: Historical Fiction / Action Adventure Flow Like A River is a historical fiction adventure story that draws the reader in from the first page to the last. It opens many years before white settlers landed in west Texas, with a great Chanas chief sitting… Read More Flow Like a River – Editorial Review
Title: The Latecomers Author: Rich Marcello Genre: Literary Fiction / Magical Realism Bonded by a series of tragic events, husband and wife Maggie and Charlie, along with their friends Rebecca, Joe, and Ebba, undeniably know that they all have been brought together for a reason. In The Latecomers, they find out why.
Title: Aid From Above Author: Kurtis Bell Genre: Memoir In Aid From Above, Kurtis Bell shares several stories of his experience as a flight nurse working on a medical helicopter. Covering a wide array of experiences, from traumas to joking around with his coworkers, this is a clear-cut, honest account of what it’s… Read More Aid From Above – Editorial Review
Title: Can God Trust You With Trouble? Author: Pastor Stanley Moore / Colonel Burl Randolph, Jr. Genre: Religion Can God Trust You With Trouble? by Pastor Stanley Moore and Colonel Burl Randolph, Jr. asks a challenging question for the Christian believer in the midst of grief. In this book, Pastor Moore recounts the… Read More Can God Trust You With Trouble? – Editorial Review
Title: No Long Goodbyes Author: Pauline Hayton Genre: Historical Romance This thorough and detailed novel tells the story of Kate Cavanagh, a young widow in the 1940s who is haunted by the neglect of her husband and the death of her young son.
Title: Longevity Author name: Rolf Margenau Genre: Mystery / Thriller For a thriller, this is a lighter-hearted romp, where difficulties are readily swept aside and worries evaporate before the heroes, Dr. Lucy Mendoza and Grant Duran, the latter an ex-Marine with a network of friends and a range of skills that might make James Bond envious.