The Good Cop by Peter Steiner

The Good Cop is a book that holds up two things: meticulous detective work and painstaking journalism. Set in Munich between the wars, Steiner has written about the rise of Nazism from the point of view of the police force and the press. The book is just about 200 pages, but it is filled with... Continue Reading →

Skeleton with a Heart by Michael Chatfield

Jason over at Off the TBR created Self-Published Fantasy Month. Its purpose is to feature more authors and their works during the month of September. Read about more about it here. Skeleton with a Heart is a semi-serious novella featuring a dark elf named Aila and wacky Death Knight named Anthony. I say semi-serious because while... Continue Reading →

Gamechanger by L.X. Beckett

Who or what is Luxe Pox? A rogue AI, an elderly eco terrorist, or a figment or your imagination? The 22nd Century is wack. Yeah, but I think the 21st century would be perceived as pretty messed up by my great-great grandparents! A world of total transparency: every interaction and conversation is logged by drone,... Continue Reading →

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