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Tan – A story of exile, betrayal and revenge
David Lawlor
5 star historical fiction
It’s 1914 and Liam Mannion is forced into exile for a crime he didn’t commit. He flees Balbriggan, the only home he has ever known and travels to England, where he enlists and endures the torment of trench warfare in France. Five years later he’s back in England, a changed man, living in the shadow of his battlefield memories. Liam finds work in a Manchester cotton mill but prejudice and illness soon see him destitute. Starving and desperate, he enlists in a new military force heading to Ireland – the Black and Tans – and is posted to the very town he fled as a youth.


Devil’s Gold (ZEBRA Chronicles)
Julie Korzenko
5 star suspense
The biggest gold rush of the twenty-first century…some call it terrorism, others call it survival. This is zoologist Cassidy Lowell’s fight. From the heart of the Niger Delta to the serene ambiance of Yellowstone National Park, Lowell along with black-ops agent Jake Anderson, race against time to prevent a deadly biological weapon from being released into the heart of the Niger Delta.


White Rock (The Eternal War)
J. J. Westendarp
5 star fantasy/adventure
Cheryl Erikson’s problems never seem to end. After saving a group of Dallas’ social elite from an unusually brazen attempt at robbery by a group of vampires, she discovers it’s not an isolated incident. The normally hidden and secretive vampires are in the midst of an extended crime spree, and working toward something big. Exactly what is anyone’s guess.


WIDOW
BILLIE SUE MOSIMAN
4+ star suspense
NOMINATED FOR THE BRAM STOKER AWARD FOR SUPERIOR NOVEL.
First her husband killed their children, then himself. Now she’s on her own, and she’s bent on making sure it never happens to another woman.


The Rat Bastards #1: Hit The Beach
Len Levinson
One 5 star rating, action/adventure
They love to fight and live to kill!
Start with an insane sergeant with a genius for leadership and a lust for blood. Add a bank robber. A racketeer. A guy who goes berserk on the battlefield. A gun-happy Texan. A silent Apache. A movie stuntman who swings from trees. Put them all together and you have the killing machine known as…The Rat Bastards.


The Hell Screen (Akitada Mysteries)
I.J. Parker
4+ star historical mystery
Parker’s remarkable command of 11th-century Japanese history-from the rituals of the royal court to the minutia of daily life within Japan’s often rigid caste system-makes for an excellent whodunit. Readers will be enchanted by Akitada, an honorable sleuth who proves more progressive than his time.

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