Juno Rushdan’s ‘Nothing to Fear’ Toys with Our Personal Insecurities [REVIEW]

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The clock is ticking and lives are on the line in Juno Rushdan’s Nothing to Fear. (Photo courtesy Canva)

An accused woman. A secret operative. Together, they must thwart a deadly conspiracy before time runs out. But will they be able to protect the nation… or will they die trying? Find out in Juno Rushdan’s gripping second installment of her Final Hour series, Nothing to Fear. Read more of this post

Technology and Fear Meet in Reece Hirsch’s ‘Black Nowhere’ [REVIEW]

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Criminal minds may hide deep in the dark web, but one woman is determined to find them. (Photo courtesy Canva)

She’s smart. She’s devious. And she’s the best at what she does. When someone creates a vast online network of crime and vice, she will do everything she can to hunt down the Internet’s latest criminal mastermind, even if it means searching the deepest recesses of the dark web. Enter Reece Hirsch’s mind bending thriller, Black Nowhere.  Read more of this post