Indie Book Reviews (page 6)

Ramadi Declassified by Tony Deane
Released: May 30, 2016

"A detailed, compelling account of a little-known chapter in the Iraq War."
In this modern war memoir, a retired Army colonel recounts his experiences working to suppress terrorism in a strategic Iraqi city. Read full book review >
Six Nine, Two Ten by Ron Clouse
Released: May 28, 2016

"Thoughtful analyses and helpful takeaways on healthy eating."
A biologist shares his struggles, research, and eventual success in achieving optimal weight in this debut memoir and health guide. Read full book review >

American for Sale by Chuck Van Soye
Released: May 26, 2016

"An optimistic adventure set against the ugliness of modern warfare in Syria."
A CIA-trained family man must escape the clutches of Middle Eastern extremists in this sequel to Spy Mates (2013).Read full book review >
Safety and Workers' Compensation Strategies by Adam Friedlander
Released: May 26, 2016

"A book that will be useful for employers who are truly interested in improving worker productivity and company profits."
A workers' compensation consultant interviews business executives, lawyers, and others to show employers how to boost worker safety and the bottom line. Read full book review >
Tall, Dark and Damaged by Sarah Andre
Released: May 26, 2016

"Solid romantic suspense with strong characters and surprising plot twists."
A successful businessman uncovers dangerous family secrets and a long-lost love in this latest novel from Andre (Locked, Loaded, & Lying, 2015). Read full book review >

The Burden of Sweetberry by Carol Gosa-Summerville
Released: May 26, 2016

"A stirring tale rooted in the language and experience of the Alabama community it depicts."
In this debut historical novel, a Southern African-American enclave struggles with a public tragedy. Read full book review >
The Buddha Made Me Do It by Marla Martenson
Released: May 26, 2016

"A warmly funny, wide-ranging, and off-kilter spiritual odyssey."
An antic memoir about a woman exploring the byways of New Age spiritualism. Read full book review >
Released: May 24, 2016

"An audacious and caustic financial work that deserves wide readership and close academic scrutiny."
A debut book delivers an appraisal of what ails Western economies. Read full book review >
Memories from a War by Aloysius Pappert
Released: May 22, 2016

"An arresting and unusual portal into the mind of a fighter in the Nazi forces."
A debut memoir chronicles a German soldier's travails during World War II. Read full book review >
Puzzle of Fate by A. Reza Kamarei
Released: May 21, 2016

"A thought-provoking rumination on fate."
Kamarei explores a scientific basis for fate in this debut work of nonfiction. Read full book review >
Constant Guests by Patricia Nedelea
Released: May 21, 2016

"A complex, engrossing archaeological thriller with a plot stretching over many eras."
A novel weaves the tale of a centuries-old mystery and an unsuspecting young woman who may be the key to solving it. Read full book review >
Comorbid by Lorelei Logsdon
Released: May 21, 2016

"A psychological thriller about an enigmatic killer that's both inventive and unflinching."
A man struggles to manage the dark trauma of his youth, and the havoc it continues to wreak on his adulthood. Read full book review >
Kirkus Interview
Morgan Matson
July 25, 2016

The Unexpected Everything is a YA feel-good story of friendship, finding yourself, and all the joys in life that happen while you’re busy making other plans. Andie has a plan. And she always sticks to her plan. Future? A top-tier medical school. Dad? Avoid him as much as possible (which isn’t that hard considering he’s a Congressman and he’s never around). Friends? Palmer, Bri, and Toby—pretty much the most awesome people on the planet, who needs anyone else? Relationships? No one’s worth more than three weeks. So it’s no surprise that Andie’s got her summer all planned out too. Until a political scandal costs Andie her summer pre-med internship, and lands both she and Dad back in the same house together for the first time in years. Suddenly she’s doing things that aren’t Andie at all. “Romance fans will find plenty to enjoy, as Andie gradually lets down her guard and risks the messy and unpredictable wonder of first love,” our reviewer writes. “A novel best read on a lazy summer day with sand between the toes.” View video >