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Wade Garrison's Promise by Richard J Greene is a western novel, but one that even readers who are not normally fans of the genre will enjoy.
Police procedurals are always thrilling to read, but mixing in some paranormal elements usually ramps up the tension even more.
In Shades of Brilliance: An Italian Renaissance Novel (The Master's Protégé Trilogy Book 1), by Eleanor Chance, historical Venice is a city of art, culture, and luxury… but not for Celeste Gabriele and her siblings.<
In the first part of this article, we looked at some of the werewolf themed novels that were influenced or similar to the classic Gary Brander novel, The Howling.
Emotional, Conflicting, Plot-Driven.
Werewolves have always held a facination for mankind and there are many folklore surrounding their origins and savagery. Tales as far back as The Epic of Gilgamesh and the legend of Lycaon in Greek Mythology features people being turned into wolves.
Mt. Kailash and Lake Manasarovar may be the destination for millions of pilgrims and trekkers alike, but it’s every step of the journey there that matters to Kavitha and Pallu.
The Moment Before Dying is the fictional memoir of Tony Castello who finds himself backed into a corner and staring down the wrong end of a gun.
Books are not just great for allowing us to step into rich fantasy or science fiction worlds, but also for seeing the world outside our doorstep in a new light.
In the opening of A Dream of Dragons, by Lauretta and Michael Kehoe, Henry finds a naked, frightened young woman alone on the beach. He thinks she’s been hurt, since she doesn’t seem to be able to talk, but the police and paramedics find no evidence of injury. Henry has no ties to the stranger, but he can’t just leave a confused, possibly traumatized young woman alone, can he?