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Review: “The Enfield Horror Trilogy,” Ron Ripley

Pros: Interesting Cons: A little straightforward Rating: 3.5 out of 5 In Ron Ripley’s The Enfield Horror Trilogy, a massive storm reveals a damaged hunting lodge for the first time in a century. This didn’t just expose a building–this freed

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Review: “Lord’s Fall,” Thea Harrison

Pros: Plenty of action and surprises; good chemistry; stands alone well Cons: … Rating: 4 out of 5 It’s going to take me a long time to catch up on old review books since that time when I was so

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Review: “Cast in Ruin,” Michelle Sagara

Pros: Rich worldbuilding Cons: Not everyone’s cup of tea Rating: 4 out of 5 Kaylin is called into the fief of Tiamaris to help solve a mystery: How is it that there are seven identical corpses, all of them the

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Review: “February Thaw,” Tanya Huff

Pros: Stellar! Cons: … Rating: 4.5 out of 5   February Thaw is another relatively short, inexpensive ebook anthology of Tanya Huff short stories. And much like He Said, Sidhe Said and (especially) Swan’s Braid, it is worth every penny

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"Dragons and Dwarves" by S. Andrew Swann

Pros: Fascinating fusion of modern and magic; plot keeps the reader guessing. Cons: It can be difficult at times to keep track of all of the threads of the story. Rating: 4.5 out of 5 Review book courtesy of Penguin

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The Dragon Cave

I found this little frobby through allykat at DeviantArt and just had to try ‘raising’ a dragon from an egg. Go ahead—raise your own. And come back now and then to see how this little guy is doing!

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