No One Can Be Completely Trusted in Matt Scott’s ‘Surviving the Lion’s Den’ [REVIEW]

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Politics is dangerous business. (Photo courtesy Canva)

A kidnapped CIA operative. An Iranian commander looking for intel. Two countries determined to overtake an American military base. Will they succeed, or will an unknown agent be able to uncover the truth? Find out in Matt Scott’s debut thriller, Surviving the Lion’s Den.

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There’s No R & R for American Super Spy Scot Harvath in Brad Thor’s ‘Black Ice’ [REVIEW]

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Now in Norway, Scot Harvath must decide his next move. (Photo courtesy Canva)

A Nordic holiday with stunning views. A gorgeous girlfriend to romp with. A boat to relax on. Super spy Scot Harvath is in paradise. But he’s out of vacation time and is expected to report back to work. Will he return or retire? Find out in his 20th adventure, Black Ice.

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THE CORONATION: An Interview with Justin Newland

Justin Newland
Justin Newland (Photo provided courtesy Justin Newland)

Russia hasn’t always been at odds with America. 260 years ago, the nation faced off with Prussia instead. Yet despite Russia’s immense power, a brave few were bold enough to stand up to them. In Justin Newland’s novel, The Coronation, you’ll encounter these unforgettable figures in a novel that blends history and philosophy in a truly unique literary experience. We hope you enjoy our interview with the author. —J&H

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Justin Newland Rewrites History in ‘The Coronation’ [BOOK BLAST]

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Did an eagle change the course of history? (Photo courtesy Canva)

There are some authors who deposit their characters in the midst of history, showing how their lives parallel historic events. Then there are authors like Justin Newland who bend history to their will and use fantastic elements to show us what could have been. If you enjoy the latter, you won’t want to miss The Coronation, a tale about war, fortune, and family honor. Enjoy!—J&H

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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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