Politics, Secrets, and Family Drama Deliver a Fresh Take on the Legal Thriller in Don Hartshorn’s ‘The Guilty Die Twice’ [REVIEW]

They may be brothers, but in the courtroom, they’re at war. (Photo courtesy Canva)

They’re better off working alone. They have vastly differing views on the law. Sometimes, though, even rivals have to bury the hatchet. But can two brothers suppress their animosity long enough to exact justice? Find out in Don Hartshorn’s new legal thriller, The Guilty Die Twice.

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Michael Cordell’s ‘Contempt’ Asks Us if Good Truly Triumphs Over Evil [REVIEW]

Prison cell
Playing by the rules is what got him in trouble to begin with. (Photo courtesy Canva)

He believed a man should be honest no matter the cost. He believed it is important to trust one’s conscience. He believed truth would prevail. He was wrong. When life turns an innocent man into a convicted felon, how will he react when given a second lease on life? Find out in Michael Cordell’s riveting legal thriller, Contempt.

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The Horrors of the Holocaust Come Alive in Malka Adler’s ‘The Brothers of Auschwitz’ [REVIEW]

Young survivors at the camp, liberated by the Red Army in January 1945
Young survivors at the camp, liberated by the Red Army in January 1945. (By Alexander Voronzow and others in his group, ordered by Mikhael Oschurkow, head of the photography unit – USHMM/Belarusian State Archive of Documentary Film and Photography, Public Domain)

A young family torn apart by hate. Death and tragedy await at every turn. Yet somehow, despite despair, loss, and overwhelming grief, seeds of hope survive. Based on a true story, meet The Brothers of Auschwitz. Their dramatic, unforgettable tale will change you forever.

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‘In the Shadow of a Valiant Moon’ Reminds Us of Man’s Indomitable Will to Survive [REVIEW]

Stu Jones and Gareth Worthington's IN THE SHADOW OF A VALIANT MOON
Destiny has no allegiance. (Artwork courtesy Vesuvian Books)

She’s an unassuming yet wily leader determined to protect her people. He’s a captive trapped by a parasitic villain bent on destruction. Will either of them survive long enough to save what’s left of mankind from a scheming creature on a sadistic rampage? Find out in the dazzling second installment of Stu Jones and Gareth Worthington’s brilliant and highly imaginative sci-fi epic that began with It Takes Death to Reach a Star.

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Danger Returns to Longview Ridge Ranch in Delores Fossen’s ‘Settling An Old Score’ [REVIEW]

Violence split them apart. Will it also bring them back together? (Photo courtesy Harlequin Intrigue)

She doesn’t trust him. He can’t forget her. Two years after they were violently torn apart, danger threatens them both once more. Will they be able to reconcile their differences in time to save both their lives? Find out in Delores Fossen’s third installment in her suspenseful Longview Ridge Ranch series, Settling an Old Score.

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