Mario Escobar’s ‘Children of the Stars’ Reminds Us That We Are Never Truly Alone [REVIEW]

Paris, France in 1942

Two boys must flee toward freedom when the Nazis occupy Paris in Mario Escobar’s Children of the Stars. (Photo courtesy ww2gallery, Flickr)

A growing threat sweeps across Europe. A loving couple searches for safety. Two brothers flee for their lives. In World War II Paris, meet two boys who will do whatever it takes to reunite with their beloved parents in Mario Escobar’s inspired new novel, Children of the Stars. Read more of this post

At ‘The Institute,’ True Power Comes from Hope [REVIEW]

Boy at sunset

One boy must make an epic journey to save his friends in Stephen King’s The Institute. (Photo courtesy Canva)

A former cop. A kidnapped child. One horrifying agenda. When evil has its tentacles everywhere, can the innocent survive the fallout? Find out in Stephen King’s best novel since his classic bestseller It. Welcome to The Institute. Read more of this post

Emotions Run High in Marie Force’s ‘Fatal Invasion’ [REVIEW]

House on fire
A brutal home invasion leaves behind twin five-year-old witnesses in Marie Force’s Fatal Invasion. (Photo courtesy HQN)

A deadly home invasion. Two defenseless eyewitnesses. A cop who will go to any lengths necessary to protect them. When faced with an unscrupulous adversary, does Lieutenant Sam Holland have what it takes to solve the case? Find out in Marie Force’s latest blockbuster, Fatal Invasion

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