Title: With Eyes Wide Open Author: Kelly J. McMullin Genre: Mystery With Eyes Wide Open by Kelly J. McMullin is an exciting and thrilling mystery. The story focuses on the main character, Sam Brodie. She is the Police Chief of Cherokee Falls. During a ground-breaking ceremony, she plunks her shovel into a buried skull. This launches into an investigation into the death.
Title: Diary of a Martian Author: Stephen Haunts Genre: Middle-Grade / Science-Fiction In Diary of a Martian, we meet Elliot, a Martian. He isn’t an extraterrestrial, but he does live on Mars. It’s the year 2155, and Earth has colonized Mars and humans’ everyday life is, surprisingly, normal.
Title: Mobius Syndrome: Catalyst Author: Amanda Quintenz-Fielder Genre: Science fiction / Clean romance / Mystery Mobius Syndrome: Catalyst by Amanda Quintenz-Fielder is the first in a trilogy about Taylor, a 25-year-old woman who relives her past in frequent violent episodes called lapses. Taylor is confined to a mental hospital, where Dr. Riaz tries… Read More Editorial Review – Mobius Syndrome: Catalyst
Title: Dusk Upon Elysium Author: Tamel Wino Genre: Dystopian Following a deadly pandemic, the remaining population is confined to enclosed “units” and live under rigid totalitarianism. They have a virtual reality program, “Paradiso,” designed and regulated by the regime to escape the grim hopelessness of their lives.
Title: Strutting and Fretting Author: Kevin McKeon Genre: Coming of Age Bob—with an untested theater degree—settles into a coveted position with a summer repertory theater in California. He comes with baggage though, as his young marriage has already been rocked by infidelity. With half the country separating Bob from his estranged wife, Gina, he has just… Read More Editorial Review – Strutting and Fretting
Title: Cruising from Boston to Montreal: Discovering Coastal and Riverside wonders in Maine, the Canadian Maritimes, and Along the St. Lawrence River Author: Sunny Lockwood Genre: Travel Memoir Cruising from Boston to Montreal by Sunny Lockwood (with contributions from her husband, Al Lockwood) is a travel memoir or travelog of their cruise along… Read More Editorial Review – Cruising from Boston to Montreal
Title: I Wish I Had a River Author: Martha Reynolds Genre: Women’s fiction / Literary fiction Anna, a pediatrician in her prime, is left reeling after her husband Nick’s sudden death and makes a trip to Europe to honor his last wishes in Martha Reynolds’s I Wish I Had a River.
Title: Suffer! A Hollywood Novel Author: A.C. Sloan Genre: Contemporary Fiction Roxy DeVine is the diva star of “Suffer!”, a hugely successful TV crime series. When a contest is launched for fans of the show to win a chance to watch the finale with her, high-maintenance Roxy assumes she will be able to… Read More Suffer! A Hollywood Novel – Editorial Review
Title: Just City Author: Olga Tymofiyeva Genre: Young Adult If you could create a truly just society, what would it look like? In Just City you can find out.
Title: A Colossal Injustice: A Griffin Knight Corporate Murder Mystery Author: Miguel Angel Hernandez Jr. Genre: Mystery / Fiction “A Colossal Injustice: A Griffin Knight Corporate Murder Mystery” intriguingly continues the detective stories of Griffin Knight. Fresh off his most recent case, Knight is traveling to Seattle. A personal debt has brought him… Read More A Colossal Injustice – Editorial Review