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Book Review: Cozzi Cove, by Joe Cosentino

~ Book One: Bouncing Back On Cozzi Cove at the New Jersey shore, handsome Cal Cozzi’s seven bungalows are open for summer and love. Mario and Harold are brothers and college students who happen to look alike, but couldn’t be more different: Mario is searching for love, and Harold is searching for lust. Josh and… Continue reading Book Review: Cozzi Cove, by Joe Cosentino

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Book Review: The Warlock Brothers of Havenbridge, by Jacob Z. Flores

~ Book One: Spell Bound Mason Blackmoor just can’t compete with his brothers, much less his father. They represent the epitome of black magic, strong, dark, and wicked, and though Mason tries to live up to his respected lineage, most of the spells he casts go awry. To make matters worse, his active power has… Continue reading Book Review: The Warlock Brothers of Havenbridge, by Jacob Z. Flores

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Book Review: The Town of Superstition, by R.G. Thomas

~ Book One: The Midnight Gardener At fifteen, Thaddeus Cane has moved thirty-two times with his father. Each time he’s displaced without explanation, Thaddeus loses any friends he’s made. The name of their latest town is Superstition, but it seems normal enough, with one exception. Thaddeus’s bedroom window gives him a view into the beautiful… Continue reading Book Review: The Town of Superstition, by R.G. Thomas

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Book Review: Mythos Christos, by Edwin Herbert

~ Alexandria, Egypt / AD 391 ─ When the great temple of Serapis and its library annex are destroyed by the Christian mob, the Neoplatonist philosopher Hypatia becomes concerned the Great Library might suffer the same fate. She vows to save as much of the ancient knowledge as she can, especially certain telling documents concerning… Continue reading Book Review: Mythos Christos, by Edwin Herbert

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Book Review: Frostbite, by Alexandria Bellefleur

~ After his sister touches a lethal Frost Flower and succumbs to Frozen Sickness, Rainor seeks out the mysterious Dragon, who purportedly holds the only cure for the fatal disease. In gratitude for saving his sister’s life, Rainor agrees to bring him fresh bread twice a week—despite the man’s insistence he wants for nothing. As… Continue reading Book Review: Frostbite, by Alexandria Bellefleur