TRADE WINDS TO MELUHHA by Vasant Davé is a coming of age novel filled with action and adventure, a love story set in prehistoric times. It is a story not just of love and adventure, but also about murder and evil. It is about the abuse of society’s weakest in order to further the ends of the wealthiest—and to be more specific would spoil the surprise at the end of the novel. Read the rest of the review.
DRAYLING by Terry J. Newman is an intriguing jump into a different kind of book, a look at a futuristic Britain gone off its spin. Read the rest of the review.
Nothing is as it seems in this breathtaking adventure that catapults an Italian professor and his lover, a beautiful French actress, into the heart of northern Italy and Switzerland in search of a century’s old formula before it gets into the wrong hands. Read the rest of the review.
THE TESTAMENT OF JUDITH BARTON by Wendy Powers and Robin McLeod is the story of Judy Barton, a minor character who plays an important role in Alfred Hitchcock’s Vertigo. In the novel, she steps out of Hitchcock’s psychological masterpiece to tell her story. But whether or not you’ve seen Vertigo, you will enjoy TESTAMENT.
Like Vertigo, TESTAMENT deals with obsession. But unlike the film … Read the rest of the review.
FLAT SPIN by David Freed is an amusing, exciting read, a who-done-it told by the main character, Cordell Logan, a flight instructor who can soar with the best of them. Read the rest of the review.
THE WEIGHT OF GLASS: Sins of the Fathers
An exhilarating, provocative read, THE WEIGHT OF GLASS by Stuart Heatherington is about sins of the fathers, the ineffective love of a mother, and the destruction of a family. Read the rest of the review.
There is something both cleansing and scary about fantasy, especially the kind that is woven by Matt Bone in his novel, ENDLESS, a detailed, structural wonder. Read the rest of the review.