Bookshots: 'FaceOff' Edited by David Baldacci

Bookshots: 'FaceOff' Edited by David Baldacci

Review by Leah Dearborn
The stories in 'FaceOff' include a chase for a pervert who really likes milk, the deathbed confession of a Mod punk from sixties Brighton, and a cameo by R.L. Stine’s Slappy the Dummy.
The Forgotten Man: A New History of the Great Depression

Bookshots: 'The Forgotten Man: A New History of the Great Depression' by Amity Shlaes and Paul Rivoche

Review by Dean Fetzer
A graphic novel primer of the political and economic events during America's Great Depression of the 1930s.
Bookshots: "Frog Music" by Emma Donoghue

Bookshots: 'Frog Music' by Emma Donoghue

Review by Christopher Shultz
This book is not a crime novel, not really. That doesn't mean it's a bad book.
Bookshots: 'Cold in July' by Joe R. Lansdale

Bookshots: 'Cold in July' by Joe R. Lansdale

Review by Chris Rosales
Bookshots: Cold in July. The novel that inspired the new film by the same name.
Bookshots: "The Galaxy Club" by Brendan Connell

Bookshots: "The Galaxy Club" by Brendan Connell

Review by Brian McGackin
Once upon a few decades ago there was a desert man fish king oasis nailed to the cross witch witch fight the Demon Taming Stick sir stab him in the throat do you know where their treasure is?
Bookshots: 'The Possibilities' by Kaui Hart Hemmings

Bookshots: 'The Possibilities' by Kaui Hart Hemmings

Single mother Sarah just lost her only son to a skiing accident and thinks she'll never feel normal again, until his secret girlfriend turns up with an even bigger secret in her womb.
Bookshots: 'We Were Flying to Chicago' by Kevin Clouther

Bookshots: 'We Were Flying to Chicago' by Kevin Clouther

Everyone's on a journey in this debut collection of stories, where a layover, a sunrise or a karaoke-singing carwash attendant can alter the course of a life.
Bookshots: 'Between Wrecks' by George Singleton

Bookshots: 'Between Wrecks' by George Singleton

May 13, 2014 (2) comments
George Singleton's short story collection checks glamor at the door.
Bookshots: 'The Transcriptionist' by Amy Rowland

Bookshots: 'The Transcriptionist' by Amy Rowland

Review by Teeney Hood
Lena, a transcriptionist for a New York daily, has a chance encounter with a woman who later commits suicide. Compelled to find out about this woman, Lena begins to question her own life.
Bookshots: 'Insatiable: Porn - A Love Story' by Asa Akira

Bookshots: 'Insatiable: Porn - A Love Story' by Asa Akira

Review by Keith Rawson
Is Asa Akira's 'Insatiable: Porn - A Love Story' just another porn queen gone rotten bio, or does it rise to the top of the heap and break new ground?