‘The Last Widow’ Preys On Our Greatest Fears [REVIEW]

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If they get their hands on her work, everyone is doomed. (Photo courtesy Canva)

A baffling abduction. A disastrous explosion. A vicious foe. If an investigator and his medical examiner girlfriend can’t solve this case in time, America’s death toll will climb exponentially. And in Karin Slaughter’s terrifying new thriller, The Last Widow, we all have skin in the game.  Read more of this post

Discover Your Potential with ‘The Only Skill That Matters’ [REVIEW]

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Ignite your life with The Only Skill That Matters. (Photo courtesy Canva)

Computers are taking over. Jobs are becoming harder to come by. But we don’t need to fret. Help is on the way. Award-winning podcaster Jonathan Levi shares his invaluable insights into the future, and how you can seize your place in it simply by learning The Only Skill That Matters.  Read more of this post

‘Pride and Prejudice’ Continues in Kelly Miller’s Debut Novel [REVIEW]

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Mr. Darcy has a close call with death in Kelly Miller’s debut novel. (Photo courtesy Meryton Press)

At the end of Jane Austen’s beloved novel, Pride and Prejudice, Mr. Darcy and Elizabeth were destined to live happily ever after. But the story doesn’t end there. At least, not if debut author Kelly Miller has anything to say about it. Find out what the iconic couple is up to now in Death Takes a Holiday at Pemberley. 
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Gill Paul Serves Up A Slice of Alternate History in ‘The Lost Daughter’ [REVIEW]

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What ever became of Tsar Nicholas II’s daughter, Grand Duchess Maria Romanova? (Photo  Public Domain)

A deathbed confession. A shocking secret. One of the world’s greatest mysteries. When a woman starts digging into her father’s past, his hidden history leads to startling revelations in Gill Paul’s hypnotic new novel, The Lost Daughter.  Read more of this post

‘Wanders Far’: Six Questions for David Fitz-Gerald [INTERVIEW]

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Wanders Far is David Fitz-Gerald’s first novel in the Adirondack Spirit Series. (Photo courtesy David Fitz-Gerald)

There are few authors who can thrust us back in time to an era we know little about and yet captivate us with a story that is so riveting, we can’t resist turning the pages to see what happens next. David Fitz-Gerald is one such author. And now he’s here to chat about his sophomore title, Wanders Far, the legendary tale of a quiet boy who grew up in the Adirondacks way back in the 1100s. We hope you enjoy it!—J&H Read more of this post