Vroni Hovaguimian is a Naom Chomsky disciple who believes in the interaction of language and art, and like Maurice Sendak believes children from birth grasp this interaction. She has a ... Read full author bio >
Mitchell J. Rycus is an emeritus professor of urban planning whose career runs the gamut from aerospace engineering to academia. Rycus lives and works in Ann Arbor, Michigan. He is ... Read full author bio >
"A fascinating tale of how chance interconnects the lives of a handful of strangers."
Kelly Oliver is the award-winning (and best-selling in Oklahoma and on AMAZON), author of The Jessica James Mystery Series, including WOLF, COYOTE, FOX, and JACKAL. Her debut novel, WOLF: A ... Read full author bio >
Perry Ashe was born in Charleston SC, the fabled much steepled 'Holy City' where the first shots were fired to start our nation's most uncivil war, now in its ... Read full author bio >
"… the most powerful and successfully executed parts of the story revolve around the author's gritty, weirdly eloquent, and unfailingly thrilling depictions of the world of big-time college basketball-the coaches and athletic directors, the big money people and fans, and especially the players."
Philipp B. Winterberg M.A. studied Communication Science, Psychology and Law. He lives in Germany and loves being multifaceted: He went parachuting in Namibia, meditated in Thailand, and swam with ... Read full author bio >
"A charming carpe diem tale for readers of all ages."
Fred Rexroad lives in Vienna, Virginia and writes mystery stories. His life has been an eclectic array of locations and interests. He's lived in the Northeast, Mid-Atlantic, West Coast ... Read full author bio >
"The book moves at a cracking pace with several exciting episodes that require courage and resourcefulness from Whiz and Joey, leading to an ending that’s pure satisfaction."
Michael Bialys is from Toronto, Canada, where he began his career as a self-taught pianist, composer and lyricist. His song "Going for Gold" was performed at the 1988 Canadian Olympic ... Read full author bio >
"The overall likability of this series opener should secure readership for the sequel."
A love of reading inspired me to write two mystery/thrillers. My latest effort is THE SANDMAN; the disparate members of a small mountaintop community come together as never before ... Read full author bio >
"A page-turner with plenty of intelligence and heart; readers will want more."
Julia Ash’s favorite books are contemporary or near-future which push into the imagined, and her debut novel THE ONE AND ONLY lands squarely in that sweet-spot. Like the books ... Read full author bio >
"Ash offers an epic, blood-borne twist in the novel's final third that should surprise horror fans."
Ed McDonald spent his early childhood on a cattle ranch in the foothills of the Tortolita Mountains where his father was a cowboy. He holds two master’s degrees.
He ... Read full author bio >
"An Arizona town’s emergency services director preps for a cyber strike, while his daughter faces a menace of an entirely different kind in McDonald’s debut thriller series-starter. The North Korean government unsuccessfully fires missiles at the west coast of the United States. It soon appears that the action was merely a precursor to a cyberattack . . . .
McDonald maintains the momentum throughout by employing alternating perspectives of various characters and very short chapters and scenes . . . its solid writing promises a worthy series."
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