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Tuesday, March 26, 2013

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A Sharply Struck E7 by Selkirk Doon

Rating: 5 Stars with 3 votes

Category: Rock and Roll

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Committing to Rock and Roll means committing to rage, rebellion and excess. For Rock guitarist Moss, these concepts have become his marrow. To some, he is unmatched in electrifying an audience. To others, Moss would be better off if he electrocuted himself plugging in his guitar. Moss himself would agree with both sentiments. His nights are punk-blues ranting, jamming and partying with his band. His days are spent traversing a dark, dirty, big Midwestern city. His guitar on his back, he comments with gusto on the absurdity of how life on the edge somehow coexists with normalcy. On his walks, he learns from and interacts with misfits and conformists who either love him or hate him. Spirits embrace, spirits clash. Through it all Moss must decide if he can continue to rely on fate opening doors for him, or if fate has already abandoned him to rely on himself only - a sketchy proposition, at best.
Wild, sardonic and intensely vivid, E7 electrifies the reader. This is a book for a reader who demands that life is to be lived on his or her own terms. A book that proclaims we are all brilliant, that we are all ridiculous, that we are all required to believe in something that feeds our soul. Even if that something might eventually forge our doom.
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Rating: 3.7 Stars with 11 votes

Category: Action and Adventure, Contemporary, Drama, Literary, Thriller

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This fast-paced literary political thriller pits an ex-British SAS officer against powerful conspirators who underestimate his abilities and are about to regret they ever met him! Readers call it riveting, thought provoking, can't put the book down reading; intense, passionate, intelligent; a masterpiece of psychological warfare; superior storytelling and liken it to the best of Le Carré.

Rufus Reed, ex-British Special Forces is kidnapped, falsely accused of terrorism and taken to a secret CIA "Black Site" outside the U.S. for questioning. He's not only up against his captors, but dangerous elements at the top levels of government and a global conspiracy of unthinkable proportions fueled by greed, corruption, religious fervor and political extremism.

Yet nothing is quite what it seems, and Rufus is no ordinary prisoner. As he slowly plants seeds of doubt in the minds of his captors, related events explode on the world stage racing with unnerving twists and turns from Hong Kong, Jordan, Italy, USA and Latvia to the highest levels of the CIA, the Knesset and the Vatican. What's at stake is not just Reed's life, but the very essence of democracy and freedom!

And just as you think you know what's going to happen, the actions of three powerful figures - a high-profile Iranian Muslim woman, a former Israeli Intelligence Officer, and a Catholic mining billionaire - create a new layer of intrigue and propel the story to a riveting and unexpected conclusion!

This controversial and politically provocative thriller draws on bestselling author AFN Clarke's own...
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Karen's Best Friend by Laura Jane Leigh

Rating: 3.7 Stars with 10 votes

Category: Romance

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Karen is a young widow, still mourning her husband ten months after his death. Financial difficulties force her to work long hours at a job she hates. The one bright spot in her life is her little daughter, Cindi. One morning, Karen decides to pick herself up and start again. The first step is to go back to college. If she finishes her degree, she can have the career she wants, as a teacher of French. The problem is: she can’t afford to take time off, unless she finds a cheaper place to live. A solution arrives in the form of her old friend, Jim. He’s on a tight budget, too, and he needs someone to share his apartment. Karen foresees difficulties, if she moves in with a man. Jim, though, reassures her. There’s no chemistry, no spark. It should be easy to live together as “just friends.” Thinking matters over, Karen agrees. After all, Jim is the kind of man she calls a “Mr Nice Guy”—good-natured and funny, but not physically attractive.

Soon she and her daughter have settled in. Life is pleasant, but dull, until the employment agency calls with an ideal assignment: six days at a legal conference in Venice. In that dream-like city, she meets Mark Lebrun, a man she sees as a fairy-tale prince. Handsome and rich, he makes life easy for Karen. Unfortunately, her friend, Manon, dislikes him. And Karen herself begins to notice flaws in his character. But she confronts Mark and he promises to change. In the meantime, Jim has been dating Manon. She encourages him to lose weight and work out at the gym. Soon women begin to notice him. And Karen is one of them. As problems worsen with Mark, she wonders: has she been looking for love in the wrong place? And when she decides what she really wants, will it be too late?
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A Long Time Dead (The Dead Trilogy) by Andrew Barrett

Rating: 4.7 Stars with 7 votes

Category: Mystery, Suspense, Thriller

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A Long Time Dead is the first book in The Dead Trilogy, a series of procedural crime thrillers that centres on Scenes of Crime Officer, Roger Conniston. It is predominantly set in present-day Wakefield, a small city in Northern England, and the surrounding countryside.
A Long Time Dead is approximately 92,000 words, about 330 pages.

“Forensic evidence is an art like black magic; ‘facts’ are determined by interpretation. Or misinterpretation.”

A Long Time Dead asks is forensic evidence incontrovertible? How would you feel if forensic evidence incorrectly incriminated you? And how would you prove it wrong?

In the world of crime scene investigation, Roger Conniston is one of West Yorkshire Police’s finest. Yet even he has secrets. When forensic evidence implicates him in the death of a young woman, the secrets emerge, and Conniston is damned.

Arrested for murder, Conniston must show the evidence was manipulated and planted. But how can he do that from inside a cell, especially when his prime suspect is a high-ranking police officer, and not even his friends believe him?
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