Bookshots: 'Hustle' by Tom Pitts

Bookshots: 'Hustle' by Tom Pitts

Review by Christopher Shultz
Scheming drug addicts, slimy lawyers, bad-ass bikers, and a couple of dames. We're in noir country.
Bookshots: 'A Fairy Tale' by Jonas Bengtsson

Bookshots: 'A Fairy Tale' by Jonas T. Bengtsson

Review by Dean Fetzer
An ‘alternative’ father tells his son the tale of a king and a prince as they journey through Denmark.
Bookshots: 'Falling Out of Time' by David Grossman

Bookshots: 'Falling Out of Time' by David Grossman

Review by Brian McGackin
If only it were possible to walk a loved one's death away...
Bookshots: 'Hyde' by Daniel Levine

Bookshots: 'Hyde' by Daniel Levine

Review by Cath Murphy
What if Jekyll was the bad guy and Hyde the goodie? Daniel Levine flips Stevenson's classic tale to intriguing effect.
Bookshots: 'Inappropriate Behavior: Stories' by Murray Farish

Bookshots: 'Inappropriate Behavior: Stories' by Murray Farish

In his first collection of short stories, Farish follows a cast of characters behaving badly.
Bookshots: 'Shotgun Lovesongs' by Nickolas Butler

Bookshots: 'Shotgun Lovesongs' by Nickolas Butler

Review by Cath Murphy
Forrest Gump gives her opinion on a book which promises to have a hard centre, but turns out to be soft and rather sweet.
Bookshots: 'All I Have in This World' by Michael Parker

Bookshots: 'All I Have in This World' by Michael Parker

Review by Teeney Hood
Marcus and Maria meet over an old Buick in a small West Texas town. Quiet and introspective, 'All I Have in This World' explores what can happen when we stop looking back, and start moving forward.
Bookshots: 'Made to Break' by D. Foy

Bookshots: 'Made to Break' by D. Foy

Review by Keith Rawson
Entertaining, trashy, and artful. A review of 'Made to Break,' by debut novelist D. Foy
Bookshots: 'Lady Bette and the Murder of Mr Thynn'

Bookshots: 'Lady Bette and the Murder of Mr Thynn' by N.A. Pickford

Review by Leah Rhyne
Come with me to 17th Century England and explore a marriage, a betrayal, and a murder.
Bookshots: 'The Weirdness' by Jeremy P. Bushnell

Bookshots: 'The Weirdness' by Jeremy P. Bushnell

Review by Leah Dearborn
March 5, 2014 (1) comments
Billy is a wannabe writer who's going nowhere fast until Lucifer shows up on his couch with some fantastic coffee and an offer he can't refuse.