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Thursday, March 21, 2013

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NRPD: The mean streets by Nick Burrill

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Category: Humor, Science Fiction, Thriller 

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A killer is stalking the mean streets of New Rochdale.

Two policemen are viciously slaughtered in a seemingly opportunistic attack by the most malevolent serial killer ever to grace the Kindle. (Even Hannibal the Cannibal wouldn’t sit next to him at the annual Fictional Serial Killers banquet. Hannibal ended up sitting between a murderer from a season finale of CSI: Miami and a kid from Scream 3. It wasn’t a pleasant evening. Then they served roasted census taker with baked beans and a substandard Bordeaux. Hannibal said they could stuff it next year.)

The world has already seen crime-cracking double acts from Sherlock Holmes and Dr Watson, to Cagney and Lacey, and to Ant and Dec. Now from the bowels of the New Rochdale Police Department come the inscrutable team of Detective Sergeant Nugus Bottomley and, his new recruit, Detective Constable Padraic Evans.

They think the cop killings tie in with an audacious train robbery from the 1980’s – a heist of silver bullion, denied by the government, a robbery that never was!

Armed to the back molars, the beer swilling, charismatic Nugus and the nerdish, neurotic Padraic take on the case of a lifetime, not realising that it could mean the end of their lives.

A host of memorable characters, including two capricious undertakers, a local crime boss and his Hollywood starlet daughter, and a bent copper, are only too happy to confuse matters for Nugus and Padraic, who have enough to worry about when a TV crew want to film the dynamic duo at work.

Then a mysterious stranger starts leaking blood, and other bodily fluids, everywhere.
A twisted plot – gruesome murders, a creepy secret prison cell, a dangerous doner kebab and an ice cream van.
NRPD: The mean streets – You may die laughing.

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Lantamyra: A Tapestry of Fantasy by Susan Waterwyk

Rating: 4.4 Stars with 7 votes

Category: Fantasy, Romance, Science Fiction, Young Adult

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For the chance to journey to another world, Tylya Lansing is willing to give up everything on Earth, including her lover, Josh Hamilton. All she has to do is find her grandmother’s crystal scepter, lost for decades in a rugged Sierra Nevada canyon. Since she was a child, she has heard stories of Lantamyra, a world where magic is created with myra crystals, where mind expansion is granted crystal powers, where keepers and wards respect and protect life. Once the scepter is found, she journeys to this earth-like world that is recovering from an ice age. Areas of the planet have been terra-formed by the mysterious Keepers of Akosh to provide sanctuary for the endangered species of two other worlds—humans from Earth and dragons from Lanluong. She learns that Earth is about to experience catastrophic changes from earthquakes and volcanic eruptions, and Lantamyra may provide the only hope for humankind to survive. Tylya is determined to learn the ancient Akoshic Secrets of the Ways, a mind-expanding process necessary to control the power of myra crystals and to become a keeper of dragons.

Excerpt from Chapter Five: Annoyed that her warning was shrugged off so easily, the queen brought her head close to Tylya. “You will pay for your training with your labor, but you will pay a higher price to become a keeper. It will change you in ways you cannot imagine…”

Lantamyra is an intriguing story with plenty of drama, humor and memorable characters and exciting scenes. Written for mature adults more than young adults, Lantamyra is not formula fantasy, no stereotypical evil villains.
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Cancer (Credo Trilogy) by DJ Stafford

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Category: Action & Adventure, Fantasy, Horror, Humor, Mystery, Science Fiction, Thriller

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Warning: Adult Content

One’s mind is a delicate thing to waste, especially on the brink of apocalypse.

Oh no.

Dalton Stevens is a simple man with a simple job as an editorial columnist. He crawls through life searching for purpose, until his dreams take on a malevolent nature. Considerably dangerous are those that seep into his reality and proclaim that he is to abolish an entity known as the Interloper, a being of malice, who will see to it that two worlds collide in a wondrous boom. When alcohol, promiscuous sex, and pills won't stub these increasing hallucinations, Dalton decides to turn inward to explore the dreams in their own habitat. What he unravels is an ancient war between the rules of reality, and the wonders of fantasy.

Between balancing his sanity with the help of his peers, and fighting for the cause of phantasmagoric separation, Dalton has a lot on his plate. He will have to sacrifice everything he's ever loved: his friends Alisha, Telle, and Scott, his ex-girlfriend Christine, and his newfound family in the void of dreams comprised of seven mysterious entities and a polar bear. Only then, can Dalton Stevens right all the wrongs of the universe, and become the savior to both existential planes.

Aided by transcendental imagery, hedonistic ventures, and a myriad of pop culture references, Cancer is a hilarious tongue in cheek comedy that conveys a world as messed up as its protagonist, while tackling subjects regarding perception and its duplicitous nature. It is a timeless abomination of words that is sure to infuse any who read it with sinful delight, and is a landmark achievement in the category of satirical fiction.
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Murder of the Innocent (A Rachel Christie Mystery 4) (Rachel Christie Mystery Series) by Sabena Stone

Rating: 5 Stars with 1 votes

Category: Mystery

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A seven-year-old girl, drowned in salt water, is found hundreds of miles from the ocean.

A Hispanic male, father of three, is drowned in salt water and his body is discovered in a landfill. Private detective Rachel Christie must discover the connection.

She finds evidence incriminating her partner Cody and pulls out all stops to find the killer before her partner is indicted as a sexual predator, and worse, a murderer. Rachel is shot at, thrown in jail, stabbed and trampled by a horse.

Ron says she'll get herself killed. Sunbeam says Rachel's harmless to everyone but herself.

Illegal gambling thrives nearby. A registered sex offender is jailed for sending nasty emails to the girl. The political race for sheriff adds two more suspects. Would someone kill two people to win an election?

Too many questions. Too many clues. Too many lies. Too many suspects. Too little time.

A stand-alone mystery, this is number four in the series.
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