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A gift from the gods…
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They’re hunting a killer so silent, so invisible, that his unspeakable crimes are the only proof he exists.


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Second-chance romance about love, loss, finding yourself, and getting lost in the right person.


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Fated
by Benedict Jacka
"Magically unique: the search for a ancient relic"
Posted July 9, 2012

Alex Verus runs a magic shop called The Magic Emporium in London, England. But few people know that Alex is actually a mage. Alex likes to keep a low profile, especially since he was kept prisoner by a dark mage. During his years as an apprentice, Alex learned that dark Read more...


The Irish Healer
by Nancy Herriman
"A rags to riches love story"
Posted July 4, 2012

Rachel Dunne left Ireland in order to escape the aftermath following a horrible accusation of murder. While Rachel was working as healer, a young girl perished under her care. The girl's family attempted to prosecute Rachel for murder, but Rachel was acquitted. Her acquittal did little to remove the Read more...


The Unseen
by Katherine Watkins Webb
"Murder, deception, seances, and a page-turner mystery - Required summer reading"
Posted July 3, 2012

In 2011, writer, Leah Hickson, is asked to investigate the murder of a man who is traced back to the early twentieth century. Although Leah initially shows little interest in the story, the appearance of a group of well preserved letters found with the body compel Leah to immerse herself Read more...


Seawitch
by Kat Richardson
"The Seawitch takes lovers of the paranormal by storm in this wickedly suspenseful tale"
Posted July 1, 2012

Harper Blaine had so many brushes with death, she now has one foot in the physical world and one foot in the spirit world. In SEAWITCH, we meet a no nonsense private investigator who is armed with one major talent: the ability to see, feel, and hear the unseen. Harper Read more...


The Midwife Of Venice
by Roberta Rich
"Splendid! Unwavering love, family intrigue, and the horrors of the Black Death"
Posted July 1, 2012

Roberta Rich whisks her readers away to sixteenth-century Venice in her bestselling novel, THE MIDWIFE OF VENICE. Hannah Levi is a skilled midwife with a well earned reputation of safely delivering children under the most dangerous conditions. When Hannah is urgently contacted by a nobleman to help deliver a Read more...


The Drowning Girl
by Caitlin R. Kiernan
"A dark, but seductive story which takes readers deep into the troubled mind of a schizophrenic"
Posted June 24, 2012

Caitlin R. Kiernan takes readers into the mind of a young schizophrenic girl in her latest novel, THE DROWNING GIRL. India Morgan Phelps, nicknamed, Imp, is well aware of her mental illness. Both her mother and her grandmother suffered from mental instability, and both committed suicide. But India views her Read more...


Tall Dark & Dead
by Tate Hallaway
"A witch and vampire with a witch-load of chemistry"
Posted June 24, 2012

Lacey Garnet runs an occult store, but few people know that she is actually a witch. Not only is Lacey a witch, but she is also possessed by the Demon Goddess, Lilith. Lacey called upon Lilith when her coven was massacred by the witch hunting Vatican agents. It has been Read more...


The House I Loved
by Tatiana de Rosnay
"Tatiana de Rosnay delivers another masterpiece"
Posted June 23, 2012

Tatiana de Rosnay captures the hearts of her readers once again with her latest release, THE HOUSE I LOVED. Set in nineteenth-century Paris, Rose Bazelet must come to terms with the monumental changes which are radically transforming the streets of Paris. But when Emperor Napoleon III decides to demolish Read more...


Murder On Fifth Avenue
by Victoria Thompson
"MURDER ON FIFTH AVENUE spins magic on every page."
Posted June 20, 2012

In this latest installment in the Gaslight Mystery series, Sarah Brandt and Detective Frank Malloy investigate the odd murder of socialite, Chilton Devries. Devries was found dead in an exclusive men's club he frequented. But the clues indicate that Devries was injured outside the club before he Read more...


Anne Of Hollywood
by Carol Wolper
"A tasty treat for fans of the doomed queen"
Posted June 20, 2012

Anne Boleyn enthusiasts will lose their heads over this sassy and modern rewrite of the tragic tale of Anne Boleyn and Henry VIII. Carol Wolper takes and Boleyn and Henry Tudor and turns them into royal icons in present day Hollywood, California. But while Anne, the girl from the wrong Read more...


Faithful Unto Death
by Stephanie Jaye Evans
"A humorous and splendid murder mystery worthy of ten stars!"
Posted May 28, 2012

In this unexpectedly magnificent murder mystery we meet Walker Wells, otherwise known as Bear, who enjoys a quiet existence as a preacher in Sugar Land, Texas. Bear is blessed with a wife he loves and two daughters, Joe and Merrie, who he adores. But when a dead body is found Read more...


Dead Man Waltzing
by Ella Barrick
"Ella Barrick waltzes right into your heart"
Posted May 28, 2012

Ella Barrick waltzes right into your heart with this lively murder mystery surrounding the shocking murder of ballroom dancing queen, Corinne Blakely. Corinne was a ballroom dancing legend. And anyone without two left feet not only knew her, but adored her. When Corinne suddenly dies of a heart attack during Read more...


Her Highness, The Traitor
by Susan Higginbotham
"The story of Lady Jane Grey through the eyes of her mother and mother-in-law"
Posted May 28, 2012

Susan Higginbotham transforms the tragic story of Lady Jane Grey into a seductive tale of cutthroat sixteenth-century politics in her latest novel about the tragic nine day Queen. HER HIGHNESS, THE TRAITOR is narrated by Frances Grey, Lady Jane's mother and Jane Dudley, Jane's future mother-in Read more...


The Sister Queens
by Sophie Perinot
"The must read historical fiction novel of the summer"
Posted May 28, 2012

In this stunning debut novel, Sophie Perinot unravels the complicated, but enchanting story of two medieval queens overlooked by history. Marguerite and Eleanor are the two eldest daughters of the Count of Provence and Beatrice of Savoy. Beatrice is renown for her beauty, but more so for her royal Savoy Read more...


Sherlock Holmes The Whitechapel Vampire
by Dean P. Turnbloom
"Brilliant! Sherlock Holmes - the vampire hunter"
Posted May 15, 2012

Carlino Gaetano and his friend Vittorio Martinez set sail for England from Italy in the hope of starting a new life. But Carlino never expected to fall in love, that is, until he lays eyes on Gianetta Rossini. Gianetta is traveling to England to marry a wealthy man her father Read more...


The Witch's Daughter
by Paula Brackston
"The story of a witch and an immortal obsession"
Posted April 21, 2012

In seventeenth-century England, young Bess Hawksmith enjoys watching her mother work miracles as a healer and a midwife. But when the Black Death arrives in Batchcombe, Bess' family is slowly decimated. Bess must watch as her father, brother, and younger sister die an agonizing death. When Bess suddenly becomes Read more...


The Golden Hour
by Margaret Wurtele
"Margaret Wurtele spins a World War II love story readers won't soon forget"
Posted April 8, 2012

In this dazzling debut novel by Margaret Wurtele, we meet Giovanna Bellini. Giovanna and her family enjoy an idyllic life in the Italian countryside. But when World War II erupts, Giovanna's peaceful world comes crashing down on her. Not only must Giovanna and her parents cope with the terrible Read more...


Old Haunts
by E.J. Copperman
"Two conflicted ghosts hire a PI when a murder and a missing person disturb their afterlife."
Posted March 31, 2012

E.J. Cooperman serves readers a cocktail of haunted humor and a killer mystery in this latest addition to The Haunted Guesthouse Mystery series. Alison Kerby is renovating her Victorian home, which comes with two resident ghosts - Maxie Malone and Paul Harrison. Both ghosts were murdered in the home, which Read more...


One Book In The Grave
by Kate Carlisle
"A delightful treat for bookworms and mystery lovers alike!"
Posted March 27, 2012

In this adorable cozy mystery we meet Brooklyn Wainwright. Brooklyn works as a bookbinder in San Francisco, California. Brooklyn's quiet life is turned upside down she discovers that the Covington Library has somehow obtained a copy of a book that once belonged to her but was stolen. The classic Read more...


The Flower Reader
by Elizabeth Loupas
"Loupas has written Mary Queen of Scots at her best!"
Posted March 18, 2012

Set in Scotland during the reign of Mary Queen of Scots, Rinette Leslie of Granmuir has the gift of seeing into the future by hearing the voices of flowers. The voices will eventually predict the tragic future of Scotland's queen. As a young girl, Rinette was sent to court Read more...


Elizabeth Crowley


Elizabeth Crowley is a freelance writer based out of San Antonio, Texas. She also writes reviews for Suite101.com and Bookloons.com. Other freelance work by this writer can be found at textbroker.com and constant-content.com Elizabeth has a BA in History from The University of Texas at San Antonio.

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