Walking the Wrack Line by Buck Rish

Walking the Wrack Line by Buck Rish was an entertaining medical thriller drama revolving around Mary Beth Munden. This book is a beautifully written, compelling read that is full of heart touching moments.

The Lady Who Came From The Sun by K. Hopper

Title: The Lady Who Came From The Sun Author: K. Hopper Publisher: Independently published Genre: Picture Books, Children's Literature, Philosophy First Publication: 2020 Language: English   Book Summary: The Lady Who Came From...

The Housewife by Aarti

Title: The Housewife Author: Aarti Publisher: The Write Place Genre: Crime Thriller First Publication: 2020 Language: English   Book Summary: The Housewife by Aarti This story of a model housewife, Ava, and her best...

Quaker by Rohan Singhvi

Title: Quaker Author: Rohan Singhvi Publisher: Blue rose publishers Genre: Action, Crime Thriller First Publication: 2020 Language: English   Book Summary: Quaker by Rohan Singhvi A few madmen. A well-rehearsed plan. One common goal: Vengeance. Rick believes...

Artima’s Travels by E A Dustin

has it all – fast pacing, great characters, a highly inventive plot that was so realistic. Author also used this book to showcase technology at a time when the world was changing so rapidly that it was frightening to think where it might lead.

Privileged Secrets by Harper Woods

Privileged Secrets is about the cult losing its power and hold on the people and provides many insights about how it came into existence; most probably as rebels and against the system; soon to realize their hot-headedness and becoming the demons they themselves fought.

The Silkworm by Robert Galbraith (Cormoran Strike #2)

In Silkworm, Robert Galbraith, I meant J K Rowling, has nailed the magic formula of a good detective story once again. Here there are a host of suspects, all of whom have read the author's libelous and disturbing final novel.

The Last Lumenian by S G Blaise

The Last Lumenian offers a huge story, a story that spans Seven Galaxies and includes many heroes and gods. And despite the huge number of characters here, none of it felt forced: it all slotted perfectly into Lilla's life.

The Starless Sea by Erin Morgenstern

Morgenstern has created a tale out of tales, a fable out of the human need to seek and explain, to dream and understand. Zachary's story is closely connected to an array of beautiful stories/myths that focus on the unique ability to make the impossible possible. Each door leads to another step (but is it really a step forward...?), each character is a puzzle piece that can acquire multiple places on the board.

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