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All Ilona Andrews!

[Links in this post lead to one of two places: the author’s website or Amazon.] I decided to go back and re-read the entire original 10-book Kate Daniels series by Ilona Andrews. I rarely re-read books, but these are some

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Still catching up with a few more recommendations!

I guess I really have been getting back into reading lately, because that last post didn’t cover all of them. Here are a few more: First, the latest in Skyla Dawn Cameron’s excellent Livi Talbot series, a wonderful melange of

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I am determined to keep recommending books every few months…

…even if I don’t have time/energy for full reviews. Looking for some terrifying, not exactly fully-resolved, horror involving monsters… and some of them are of the human kind? Laurel Hightower’s Below is an icy winter tale of getting lost, being

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Whoa, this feels weird (a few books I’ve read recently)

Okay, it’s been a while. I’ve been kind of busy with work and don’t have much in the way of spoons left for anything else. But hey, here’s a few words on some books I’ve enjoyed lately. Hailey Piper’s Your

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A few more recent reads

Dean Koontz’s Breathless: A Novel of Suspense was rather fun, with an excellent dash of horror running through. Two mysterious, intelligent beings make an appearance, and a wide variety of seemingly unconnected people are sent hurtling toward their fates. There’s

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Four quick plugs for great books

No full reviews, because I just haven’t had time. But here are a few quick plugs for neat books. The Devil You Know is the second book in Kit Rocha’s “Mercenary Librarians” series. It’s post-apocalyptic super-soldier librarians and their allies,

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Review: “The Mirror of the Nameless,” Luke Walker

Rating: 5 out of 5 Luke Walker’s horror novel The Mirror Of The Nameless was written before his The Day of the New Gods, but in-world it takes place afterward. I read Day first, and I’d recommend doing it that

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Short Take: “The Invasion,” William Meikle

Rating: 5 out of 5 I’m a huge fan of Meikle’s creature-features and cosmic horror, so when I found out he had an alien invasion novel, I had to pick up The Invasion. I’m so glad I did. A strange

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Review: “Someone to Share My Nightmares,” Sonora Taylor

Rating: 5 out of 5 Expected publication date: October 19, 2021. Review book provided by author. Sonora Taylor’s horror short story collection Someone to Share My Nightmares: Stories is a delight to read. It contains something all-too-rare in the horror

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Review: “The Day of the New Gods,” Luke Walker

Rating: 5 out of 5 Luke Walker’s horror novel The Day Of The New Gods is original and attention-catching. Brian Jackson and his crew (Buggy/Kev, Andy, John, and Willie) just robbed a bank. They’re commandeering a bus to get them

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