The day begins like any other Saturday - a shower, coffee, breakfast. But suddenly, all hell breaks lose in the small town of Promise Falls. People are dying in the streets and the hospital is completely overwhelmed. Detective Barry Duckworth is already investigating two murders and an explosion. He starts to wonder about the crimes… Read More

Joe Hill is a very clever man. Let’s start with that. Why is he clever? Well for one thing he’s published under the pseudonym Joe Hill instead of taking his birth name, Joseph King, a name given to him by his father, Stephen King. Yes, That Stephen King. This was a shrewd move by Joe… Read More

Bibi Blair, the heroine of Dean Koontz’s new novel Ashley Bell, is an optimist - someone who starts each day with the promise of new beginnings, and who doesn’t believe that fate is in charge of her life story. As an accomplished young writer, with a handsome fiancé who is a Navy SEAL and her… Read More

A powerful and epic debut about fate and timelessness of first love, The Next Together is a fantastic read. Katherine and Matthew are destined to be born again and again. Each time their presences changes history for the better, and each time, they fall hopelessly in love, only to be tragically separated. How many times… Read More

The morning it all started, newspaper reporter David Harwood has plenty to worry about. A single parent with no job and living with his parents, his future wasn’t in the best shape. So when his mother asks him to pay a visit to his cousin Marla, it was almost a relief to put the disaster… Read More

In the middle of a dark and rainy night in New Hampshire, a car crashes off the road into a deep ravine – the driver, a woman with a bottle of whiskey smashed beside her on the seat, is hurt, drunk and disoriented, but knows one thing for sure: that she is “a woman twice… Read More

The place is Rome, the time is somewhere in the near future. WR Park’s novel The Franciscan – the first part of the “Franciscan trilogy” – begins with the kind of premise that fans of Dan Brown and his Robert Langdon novels may find familiar, namely the gathering of Catholicism’s finest at the Vatican for… Read More

A Different Class of Murder: The Story of Lord Lucan is an intriguing mix of fact, fiction and opinion - a "whodunnit" of a real life murder scenario. By going back to the events of November 1974, London - when the Lucan’s nanny was bludgeoned to death in the basement of the family mansion, and… Read More

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