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Blessings and Curses

Blessings and Curses by Judy Kelly is a novel about a young devout Christian woman, Olivia Douglass, who is becoming a priest.  Her graduation is in just a few days,  but she has started having reservations about her future vocation.  During this time period, she gets an assignment to answer a request of a condemned convict, Leon Sunstrik ...

Blood Dragon Rising

G.S. Carline's Blood Dragon Rising is the opening book of a new captivating series, Dragon Shadows. The story is set in the mystical Caribbean during a dark historical time period. This suspense thriller masterfully blends elements of fantasy with riveting detail that creates an alluring atmosphere! Readers will be captivated by the author's ...

Blood Relations - A New World

Glenn Stevens, the author of Blood Relations, developed an interest in vampires as a young boy. Not satisfied with what he read, he wrote his own unique vampire stories. Blood Relations is an unusual amalgamation of a paranormal romance combined with science fiction, romance, and fantasy. The genre fusion leads to a dark theme; "What Are You ...


Beka Cooper is finally a Dog—a full-fledged member of the Provost’s Guard, dedicated to keeping peace in Corus’s streets. But there’s unrest in Tortall’s capital. Counterfeit coins are turning up in shops all over the city, and merchants are raising prices to cover their losses. The Dogs discover that gamblers are bringing ...


Bloodlaw by Blaise Ramsay is a novel about an unfortunate man named Alastair Maddox, who is transformed into a vampire by a strange woman named Alexandra Delane. The story takes place in the windy city of Chicago during the roaring twenties.  If you love books about the mafia, vampires, alpha males, beautiful women, and stories told from multiple ...

Blown Cover

Blown Cover by Mark Hewitt is a high-octane thriller that explodes off of the starter blocks and races top speed to the final scene. For readers looking for a thriller where the action comes fast and furious, this is the ticket. From the opening pages, the bullets fly and bodies pile up. Through all the carnage, our protagonist, Duncan Hunter, remains ...

Blue Gowanus

 Blue Gowanus, a contemporary novel by Michael Hartnett, is a tour-de-farce and tongue-in-cheek exploration of New York City. Residents, tourists and arm-chair-travelers to New York will be intrigued by Hartnett’s extensive knowledge of the unknown underbelly of New York.The opening paragraphs introduce the main character El Buscador, ...

Blue Orchid

Blue Orchid by Martin Morton is the eighth book in his series. Like Morton's previous novels, Blue Orchid is the continuing saga of living large, of lust and greed, of backstabbing, scheming, manipulation, sexual deviation, and the relentless business endeavors of the massive transcontinental Dickinson Corporation. It is part of a series where ...

Brett Enters the Square Circle

David D’Aguanno has penned another adventure of his wise guy talking private detective, Brett Cornell, who presents a conceited, façade to all of those he encounters. Underneath all the bravado, insolence, immaturity, shallowness and innumerable other terrible traits lies a lonely confused man who is discovering that now in his thirties ...

Burying Leo

Helga Gruendler-Schierloh’s “Burying Leo” is a novel about a talented, beautiful woman, Ingrid Bassen, whose fictional story addresses the issues of equality, self-worth, dealing with sexual assault and other situations faced by women in today ’s rapidly changing world.

In the beginning of the story, Ingrid is living ...


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