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Louis Mie finds himself defending a murderer whose mob brutally beat a suspected Prussian spy to death it could be the best thing to happen to his career - or the end of everything.
The Missing Puzzle Piece (A Dying Truth Exposed, Book Four), by Marcus Abston, continues Annabelle’s history from the end of The Two Wolves.
Caves have always been a primal fear for many due to the darkness, isolation, and danger of predators lurking inside. Those brave enough to venture inside caves know that accidents can be fatal, and help, if any, will be slow to arrive if something goes wrong.
In this gripping, near-future thriller, the lives of a reclusive scientist, nanny, and displaced slaughterhouse worker intersect on an isolated Alaskan island. 
Nowadays, everyone knows how important mental health is for our emotional, psychological, and social well-being.
With the excitement of a new year looming, many of our readers used December to catch up on some great books. From romance and adventure to thrillers and fantasy, there was no shortage of books to get lost in during December.
In addition to The Expatriates, Argyle, Fore of Nature, and the other books mentioned in the first part of this article, there are plenty of other film and television show adaptations to look forward to in 2024.
Hollywood has never been shy about adapting successful books into blockbuster movies, but with the rise of streaming services, the demand for these adaptations has also increased.
From William Wallace to the Loch Ness Monster, there are plenty of reasons why Scotland is a favorite setting for many authors. It is a country with many beautiful and historic castles, thousands of lakes, and plenty of history.
As another year draws to a close, our readers were reminded of reasons to be thankful this November. One of these reasons is the wide assortment of great books that are available to read.
Linda LeBlanc - A Fair Knight Slain
FEATURED AUTHOR - Linda LeBlanc's favorite university classes revolved around cultural anthropology, igniting a desire within her to traverse the globe. With travels spanning 68 countries as of 2023, Linda's roots trace back to Denver, where she spent her formative years exploring the majestic Rocky Mountains. It was the allure of the Himalayas that beckoned her to Nepal, where she immersed herself in Sherpa culture. Venturing further, Linda led treks to the Everest Base Camp and chronicled her experiences with… Read more