Archive | November 2007

The Dead Whisperer On

The Dead Whisperer On
by TL Hines

Back in October we had an incomplete review due to the pages of the ARC that was sent to us being repetitive, we have since received a corrected copy and below is the review of one of our reviewers.  Thank you for your patience.

“The Dead Whisper On” will appeal to anyone who likes a good mystery with fast-paced action.  The author uses this story to instill in the reader that one person’s actions, whether intentional or unintentional, can greatly impact future events.  Hines effectively utilizes the well-known symbols of shadows and light to represent the battle between the forces of evil and good.

The main message in this book is to never give up hope no matter how dark things may become.  Trusting in oneself and learning to trust in others can lead to a wonderful outcome.  Letting go of things that have hurt us in the past and making peace with those who have wronged us is the only way to attain and happy and healthy lifestyle.

“The Dead Whisperer On” is another page turner which will keep you up through to the end all while delivering a great message.

Cut To The Bone

Cut To The Bone
By Shane Gericke
Pinnacle Books
ISBN 978-0786018147, 384 pgs.
Reviewed by Terry South, Quality Book Reviews

Cut to the Bone is a non-stop thriller, one that the reader will not be able to put down.

Governor Covington has built his “Justice Center” in Naperville, a place where they execute death row prisoners in the electric chair. The world is watching Naperville prior to the upcoming execution of Corey Trent. Also, the Executioner is particularly paying attention, he is the man who starts by killing a receptionist at a spa where Emily and Martin Benedetti are members. The police department and Sheriff’s office put together a joint task force following the murder of a police officer. As suspicions begin to build about a serial killer, the Naperville forces are on the hunt for the killer before Friday which is the Governor’s target date for Cory Trent’s execution.

The serial killer known as “The Executioner” is a twisted psychopath, he attacks his victims and the his victims bear precision cuts by a man with no conscious that remains calm, collected and completely in control. If you are looking for a fast paced thriller with edge of your seat impact then look no further, this was a thrilling and engaging read. The author has done an excellent job and has done his research, once you start you will not be able to put this one down. An excellent read from the first page to the last.

Shane Gericke became a professional writer while in high school, since he has polished his writing as both an editor and reporter for newspapers and national magazines. He currently resides in Naperville, Illinois with his wife.

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The Bard of Bethlehem

The Bard of Bethlehem
by:  David James Trapp

David James Trapp is a master story teller. He draws the reader back in time, two thousand years, to a time when the Celts, Jews, Romans, and Greeks, were all deeply affected by the appearance of a mysterious new star.

The author draws you into the story and his character development will make you feel as if you are there and a part of the story.  Vivid details that will bring you in full circle with the plot, story line.

This is a fast paced historical fiction at its best.  The author has the ability to draw the reader in and keep the reader involved in the entire plot which has some astonishing unexpected twist.  “The Bard of Bethlehem” is an absorbing and excellent read and a must for those who thrive on historical fiction.