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Friday, October 12, 2012

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The Duplicata by David Thornhill Thompson

Rating: 4.6 Stars with 12 votes

Category: Mystery, Thriller

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Ned Pearson—wayward son of the New England investment-banking Pearson’s—wants to comfort his aunt Blake over the death of her son Willie. Cousin Willie, a super-wealthy Silicon Valley venture capitalist and collector, drove his rare, $15 million Ferrari off the side of a Sierra Madre mountain to a fiery death. But Ned—an international motor sports journalist and racing driver—just can’t make sense out of aspects of Willie’s death.

Puzzled, Ned sets off down the long backtrail that led up to Willie’s crash. Soon, he discovers that Willie was on a trail of his own, searching for unpleasant answers to dangerous questions. Along the way, Ned begins to fall in love with his dead cousin’s lovely (and now very rich) widow.
But Ned Pearson has no idea that he is being drawn into the deadly cross hairs of those threatened by the truth he’s seeking.

A mystery, a love story, a thriller with a stunning climax, The Duplicata will remind readers of Parker, Crais, the early Follett, and Travis McGee.

“What a wild ride! Well-developed characters, each nicely flawed and very real. Solid scenes in an international travelogue. Crackling dialogue.” Steven Manchester–Editor

Pretending to Love by Ashton Cartwright

Rating: 5.0 Stars with 28 votes

Category: Humor

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A facetious guide to navigating the perils and pitfalls of a modern relationship, Pretending to Love will teach you how to attract the right sort of partner, trick them into liking you, manipulate their feelings to suit your own needs, and then dump them in an appropriate fashion when you get bored and/or hungry.
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How to Get Your Own Way
Improving Your Partner Through the Power of Nagging
Meeting Your Partner’s Hot Friends
Why Honesty is the Worst Policy

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The Zul Enigma by J M Leitch

Rating: 4.1 Stars with 37 votes

Category: Science Fiction

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People are raving about The Zul Enigma: 'It blew my mind into a bazillion pieces,' and 'this is, by far, one of the best books I've ever read!'

The Zul Enigma, a futuristic thriller fused in reality, seamlessly weaves New Age beliefs with hard, scientific facts. Set in 2068 it follows a quest to expose the perpetrator behind a cataclysmic event that occurs on 21 December 2012, end of the Mayan calendar, changing the world forever.

Underpinned by a theme of betrayal, the novel is set against a backdrop of climate change, overpopulation, world war, alien visitations, presidential plots, global deception and a new world order.

A venomous twist reveals the most horrific conspiracy one could ever imagine and Zul is behind it. But who... or what... is Zul?

Buried deep beneath layers of subterfuge lurks the shocking truth.

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Ravenscraig by Sandi Krawchenko Altner

Rating: 4.8 Stars with 6 votes

Category: Historical, Literary

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Winner of the 2012 Carol Shields Book Award, Ravenscraig, by Sandi Krawchenko Altner, reveals the secrets and lies that tie two families together.

Rupert Willows, hides his past and schemes his way to wealth and power as the owner of Ravenscraig Hall. Zev Zigman, a devout Jew, mounts a desperate struggle to bring his family out of czarist Russia to put down roots in the New World.

Nothing is more important to Rupert J. Willows than the image he has built to hide the deep secret of his true identity. A master manipulator, the ruthless and charismatic Rupert buys his way into the upper class when he purchases the opulent mansion, Ravenscraig Hall. It is the turn of the 20th century in one of the fastest growing cities in North America. True power is within Rupert’s grasp as long as his secret stays buried.

Malka Zigman is a survivor. Orphaned in London, she leaves England to join her Uncle Zev and his family in Canada. Recent immigrants who escaped from poverty and violence in czarist Russia, the Zigmans struggle to put down roots in the slums of North End Winnipeg. With family resources stretched thin, Malka takes a risk. Everything is about to change as she reinvents herself as Maisie Rosedale and crosses over to the exclusive world of “the English” as the new maid at Ravenscraig.

Tragedy, romance and the Titanic grip the lives of these families as their futures become inextricably entwined.

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