All Systems Down by Sam Boush – Review

All Systems Down (The Cyber War, #1)All Systems Down  by Sam Boush was published on  February 8th,  2018 by Lakewater Press and is a post apocalyptic science fiction thriller. Pak Han-Yong’s day is here. An elite hacker with Unit 101 of the North Korean military, he’s labored for years to launch Project Sonnimne: a series of deadly viruses set to cripple Imperialist infrastructure. And with one tap of his keyboard, the rewards are immediate. Brendan Chogan isn’t a hero. He’s an out-of-work parking enforcement officer and one-time collegiate boxer trying to support his wife and children. But now there’s a foreign enemy on the shore, a blackout that extends across America, and an unseen menace targeting him. Continue reading

Survive the Night: Rocky Mountain K9 Unit #3 by Katie Ruggle – Review

Survive the Night (Rocky Mountain K9 Unit, #3)Survive the Night is the third book in the Rocky Mountain K9 Unit Book Series by Katie Ruggle and has an expected publication date of February 6th, 2018 by Sourcebooks Casablanca. He’s always been a haven: For the lost. The sick. The injured. But when a hunted woman takes shelter in his arms, this gentle giant swears he’ll do more than heal her battered spirit―he’ll defend her with his life.

K9 Officer Otto Gunnersen always had a soft spot for anyone in need. As Monroe’s very own Dr. Doolittle, he dedicates himself to rehabilitating the injured souls that cross his path―but for all his big heart, he’s never been in love. Until he meets Sarah Clifton’s haunted eyes. Until he realizes he’ll do anything to save her. Continue reading

Drive Thru Deception: Liars Don’t Want You To Know These Bite Size Clues To Deceit by Laurie Ayers – Review and Interview

Drive Thru Deception: Liars Don’t Want You To Know These Bite Size Clues To Deceit by Laurie Ayers was published on December 5th, 2017 by Richard Reese. Improve personal relationships & professional exchanges with a proven technique to tell if someone is being deceptive. “Drive Thru Deception” is a handbook of how to uncover deception using words instead of body language. It is the ultimate pocket guide that liars don’t want you to have.

Through stories, humor, and dozens of practical tips, Deception Detection Analyst, Laurie Ayers, shows you a method to determine if someone is lying. Continue reading

Time Passed by Robert Barlow Jr. – Review

Time PassedTime Passed by Robert Barlow Jr. was published June 28th 2016 by Createspace Independent Publishing Platform. Thousands returned from the war in Vietnam suffering from physical injuries that were easily seen. Thousands more suffered from mental injuries that too often went unnoticed. How many of those who suffered from mental anguish lived their lives, controlled by that emotional turmoil? The answer will never be known.
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D.O.G.: Executive Order by Robert Barlow Jr. – Review

D.O.G.: Executive OrderD.O.G.: Executive Order by Robert Barlow Jr. was published December 9th 2017 by CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform. To save his presidency and assure re-election, an arrogant, power-hungry president must end his illegal connections with a terrorist leader before that leader follows through on his threat to make public their relationship. Gunnery Sergeant Zach Hinson and Sergeant First Class Jason Jones, sniper team D.O.G., are ordered to assassinate the terrorist leader, but for the president, it is not enough. Fearful the sniper team will let slip their involvement, the president agrees to the unthinkable and makes a deal with another terrorist. But, his effort to save his presidency becomes a war when it is learned the man with whom he has colluded has failed to act on his agreement.    Continue reading

Quietus by Vivian Schilling – Review

QuietusQuietus by Vivian Schilling was published on September 6th, 2016 by Hannover House and is a paranormal suspense novel. On a stormy winter night, a small plane bound for Boston goes down in the treacherous White Mountains of New Hampshire. Through a haze of morphine, Kylie O’Rourke awakens in the hospital to confused and harrowing memories of the crash. Though trapped within the wreckage with her husband, she recalls wandering the icy mountainside and speaking with the other passengers, including one who had died on impact. As the bizarre aftermath becomes sharper in her mind, it appears more ominous, along with the unshakable feeling that her survival somehow defied fate. Reassured by her doctor that the disturbing memories had been caused by her sedation, Kylie returns to her life in Boston, but the aftermath of the tragedy proves unbearable. As her husband slips away from her into his own world of survivor’s guilt and deceit, Kylie is seized by a growing paranoia that someone is stalking her every move. In her nightmares, the predator is a specter crossing over from the mountaintop to reclaim her. Then a sudden and freakish tragedy sends Kylie’s world toppling. While those around her fear she is losing her mind, she finds herself caught up in a chain of events she cannot escape.
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