Tag Archives: Indie Books

Review: Acadia’s Law by Tracy Ellen

I’ve seen a number of genre mashups in the past several years. Space cowboys vs. gangsters, aliens vs. cowboys, vampires vs. Abe Lincoln, you get the idea. Some of these are great stories that bring new life to a tired … Continue reading

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Review: Pale Hunter by C.J. Sellers

    A while back, I read and reviewed a novel written by C.J. Sellers. It had good points and bad points, but the good stuff was enough to make me want to read more of her work in hopes … Continue reading

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Review: The Night Has Teeth by Kat Kruger

 Werewolves have been a metaphor for the transition of youth to adult since Tony Rivers fell into the clutches of Dr. Alfred Brandon in 1957.  The Night Has Teeth returns to that metaphor with a tale of modern shape-shifters fighting … Continue reading

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