Mitchell James Kaplan’s ‘Into the Unbounded Night’ Transports Readers to Ancient Rome [BOOK BLAST]

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(Photo courtesy Regal House Publishing)

We love a big, juicy, historical saga, particularly when it brings a particular time period to vivid life like few have before. That’s the case with Mitchell James Kaplan’s Into the Unbounded Night, a novel that has been praised as “brilliant” (Burton Book Review), “haunting” (Wayward Reader), and as “an outstanding piece that… creates a compelling, realistic story hard to put down” (Midwest Book Review). We hope you try this engrossing tale of first century Rome. Be sure to let us know what you think! —J&H

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Navy SEAL Turned Author Jack Carr Makes Unforgettable Debut with ‘The Terminal List’ [REVIEW]

He served his country without question. Then his country did the unspeakable. What does one of the nation’s best-trained warriors do when he has nothing left to lose? Find out in Jack Carr’s The Terminal List.  Read more of this post

‘The Spite Game’ [EXCERPT]

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After years of bullying, a young woman has a taste for revenge in Anna Snoekstra’s The Spite Game. (Photo by Spyros Papaspyropoulos, Flickr)

We all love a good revenge story. Just think of Stephen King’s Carrie or films like the ever popular Mean Girls. But Australian author Anna Snoekstra is turning the classic premise on its ear in her new novel, The Spite Game. Take a sneak peek inside the story in our exclusive excerpt. Enjoy! —Jathan & Heather Read more of this post

Mom Turns Antihero Mastermind in James Patterson’s ‘113 Minutes’ [REVIEW]

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When her son dies in front of her, a devastated mother takes the law into her own hands in James Patterson’s 113 Minutes. (Photo by Tobie Chapman, Flickr)

Molly Rourke just lived through every mother’s worst nightmare. She watched her son die in front of her, and she knows who is responsible. Grieving and angry, she is determined to get revenge. But will she be able to execute her plan before she gets caught by the Feds? Find out in James Patterson and Max DiLallo’s 113 Minutes.   Read more of this post

Be Careful Who You Trust In Sean McFate’s ‘Shadow War’ [REVIEW]

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Mercenary Tom Locke wants revenge in Sean McFate and Bret Witter’s SHADOW WAR. (Photo by stephane, Flickr)

Sean McFate’s debut novel, Shadow War (co-written with Bret Witter), begins when a mercenary deep undercover in Libya is recalled to Washington. He is Tom Locke, an elite warrior for a private military company called Apollo Outcomes. Once he returns to the nation’s capital, he receives instructions that catapult him into the most dangerous adventure of his life. Read more of this post