A review of “Are Zombies Real?” by Perrin Briar

A nice little compilation of history and facts Having written quite a few novels in the ZA genre, Perrin Briar has offered up a bit of non fiction in the form of some of the research he has compiled regarding zombies and infections. Not a long book, it was still very intriguing and well researched. … Continue reading A review of “Are Zombies Real?” by Perrin Briar

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A review of “Guilty Spark (Dark Magic Enforcer Book 4)” by Al K. Line

Full disclosure – I received a free copy of this book from the author as part of his “A-Team” in exchange for an honest review. Three long days Guilty Spark, the fourth installment in the Dark Magic Enforcer series, resumes the tale of Faz Pound approximately one year after the close of New Spark. Having … Continue reading A review of “Guilty Spark (Dark Magic Enforcer Book 4)” by Al K. Line

A review of “Social Engineer(Brody Taylor Thrillers Book 1)” by Ian Sutherland

Not all hacking involves computers Meet Brody Taylor. By day he’s an unassuming IT independent contractor. By night, he is Fingal, elite white hat hacker. Brody performs “penetration testing” for clients who independently contract him and then report his results upon completion so the company can take action to close any vulnerable gaps in their … Continue reading A review of “Social Engineer(Brody Taylor Thrillers Book 1)” by Ian Sutherland

A review of “Z-Minus 6” by Perrin Briar

Some discoveries should remain buried At the end of the world lies Palmer Station, a scientific research facility occupied by 8 people. Their mission; to extract and research millennia old ice deposits to unravel the secrets of the planet. Famed scientist, Dr. Scott is heading up this venture when his team discovers a perfectly preserved … Continue reading A review of “Z-Minus 6” by Perrin Briar

A Review of “Conspiracy: JFK’s Second Shooter” by Lucian

This kid's first big story could very well be his last! It was the crime of the Century. An act of violence so horrible that a country is plunged into mourning with its beloved leader dead. The assassination of President John Fitzgerald Kennedy is one of those events that everyone remembers where they were when … Continue reading A Review of “Conspiracy: JFK’s Second Shooter” by Lucian

A review of “A Dead Red Cadillac” by R.P. Dahlke

A fun Mystery that’s a little bit Cozy and a little bit Comedy with just a hint of romance Lalla Baines is pushing 40 and in a rut. With two failed marriages and a modeling career gone awry under her belt, she’s found herself back at home heading up her father’s Aero-Ag business.  After being … Continue reading A review of “A Dead Red Cadillac” by R.P. Dahlke

A review of “Dying for Dinner Rolls” (Chubby Chick’s Club book 1) by Lois Lavrisa

 Chubby Chicks on the Case!   After Cat Thompson’s father was brutally murdered in their family owned grocery store she finds herself helping her mother and husband run the business. With the murder unsolved, Cat’s only clue is a strangely filled out crossword puzzle found at the scene. When one of her closest friends also … Continue reading A review of “Dying for Dinner Rolls” (Chubby Chick’s Club book 1) by Lois Lavrisa

A review of “The Scattered and the Dead” (book 0.5) by Tim McBain and LT Vargus

The  apocalypse from the point of view of a shut in The Scattered and the Dead book 0.5 is the accounting of the many end of the world events that take place during “The Scattered and the Dead (book 1) from the point of view of a young man who chooses to remain secluded in … Continue reading A review of “The Scattered and the Dead” (book 0.5) by Tim McBain and LT Vargus