Review – Literary Terrorist

by Claire S. Cabot   In this story, Butch and Adelaide Stubbs are on vacation in Chile and find themselves in the middle of espionage during their vacation in Chile. While enjoying dinner at their hotel, they end up chatting about some mysterious things that happened during their trip—events from a recent business meeting, hinting …

Review – The Abominable Doctor Hill

by Bryan D. Misuraca The Abominable Doctor Hill, written by Bryan D. Misuraca, is a riveting story that combines mystery, action, and psychological intrigue. At its center, this novel is a tale of redemption, manipulation, and the blurred lines between good and evil. The story begins with the perplexing and brilliant Jonas Hill, a former …

Review – Psychedelic Prophet: Book One: The Messenger

by Glenn A. Segal “Psychedelic Prophet: Book One: The Messenger” by Glenn A. Segal is a gripping narrative that seamlessly blends elements of the supernatural and the ordinary. The story unfolds in a rural retirement enclave near Philadelphia, where a mysterious figure orchestrates a plan to save the planet. This figure, known as ‘The Messenger’ …

Review – A Haunted Symphony

2nd Edition by Michele Wallace Campanelli Our story begins with Maria, a passionate and dedicated orchestra volunteer, who starts a new role filled with unexpected twists and turns. The symphony, a place of harmony and artistry, soon becomes the background for occurrences that hint at a supernatural presence. The other members and volunteers, each with …

Review – Instrument of Justice

by CB Anslie “Instrument of Justice” by CB Anslie is a spellbinding story with mystery, supernatural elements, and the relentless pursuit of justice. The protagonist, Sevan Arkezian, is a gifted psychic massage therapist whose abilities go beyond the physical realm. When he encounters the tormented soul of Paula during a massage session, he is drawn …

Jamison

2nd Edition by Michele Wallace Campanelli National Best-selling Author “Jamison: The Case of the Numbers Kidnapper” by Michele Wallace Campanelli is an engaging and encouraging coming-of-age story that takes readers on a rollercoaster ride through the life of Debra Jamison, a resilient young girl with a dream of becoming a baseball player. Set in a …

The Cabala of the Cushite, Zephaniah

by Prince, Beverly C.   In a new world divided by “levels” stood a man above them all. Deemed as “The Oneness,” whose head was larger than most, he was the leader of the clan known as the “colorless.” The latter are people whose skin had not developed the cells that provided deep pigmentation to …

Black Widow

by Michele Wallace Campanelli The black widow spider is one of the most venomous spiders known to man. Their name derives from the female’s habit of eating the male after they mate. When bitten, it is said that their venom is far more poisonous than a rattlesnake’s bite. Romeo “Rome” Maroni lives an unexciting life …

Children of Light

by CB Anslie CB Anslie pens a remarkable tale about the power of collective memory. Her book “Children of Light” starts with Rae Arrowson, a nine-year-old girl experiencing her first vision. During sunset, while heading up the stairs, Rae saw a young woman floating on top of the stairway. She was wearing a long, roughly woven tunic …