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The Winter Family

The Winter Family story spans almost three decades. The family travels America's harsh, untamed terrain, both serving and opposing the fierce advance of civilization. Included in the family is a psychopathic killer, Quentin Ross as well as...

5 Stars
  • Author: Clifford Jackman
  • Review by: Bemiown
  • Genre: Suspense
  • Tags: Historical Fiction, Suspense: Mystery, Suspense: Action / Thriller
  • Publisher: Doubleday

The Ghost in the Electric Blue Suit

The Ghost in the Electric Blue Suit is an interesting book and. I liked how the main character, David, was drawn to the resort and how when he got there…he had a ghostly experience. The author did a great job of making the story about David...

4 Stars

The Lemon Grove

The Lemon Grove left me shocked. It’s a very intense story with characters that were flawed, broken and even dislikable. The ending to this story was a bit strange for me. By the end I was breathing with relief and saying thank God I made i...

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The Blondes

Hazel Hayes is in New York to meet with an academic mentor when plague breaks out--the Blonde Fury. Only female blondes, either natural or dyed, go suddenly, psychotically rabid and attack any available human target. The disease also appear...

3 Stars

Amped

Owen Grey is amped, but as far as he knows his neural implant is only medical and to prevent epileptic seizures, and it isn't one of the bad kind that the Pure Humans fear, the kind that makes the implanted, or amped, too strong and too sma...

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  • Author: Daniel H. Wilson
  • Review by: Crisgee
  • Genre: Suspense
  • Tags: Supernatural, * Science Fiction
  • Publisher: Doubleday

Revolutionary Road

What would happen if the life you have may not necessarily be the life you want? Frank and April Wheeler are, in some respects, the perfect couple. They are nice looking, good conversationalists, talented, have two young children and live i...

4 Stars

The Lost Symbol

After having read the other two Robert Langdon books, Angels and Demons and The Da Vinci Code , I was looking forward to The Lost Symbol . In many ways, it didn't disappoint.  The book definitely had the Dan Brown stamp on it - fast pa...

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