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SHAMAN, HEALER, HERETIC by M. Terry Green

I am always more than happy to download a free book from Kindle when an offer catches my eye, but I often read only a few chapters then delete the book if it fails to live up to its cover and blurb – or only a few paragraphs if it is full of grammar and spelling mistakes or has not been properly formatted for Kindle. 300 more words

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BE STILL, MY LOVE by Deborah Hughes

This is a difficult book to review without spoilers. At the very beginning something occurs that it is better the reader knows nothing about when she opens the book for the first time. 289 more words

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GHOSTLY MURDERS by Paul Doherty

This is the fourth and in some ways the best yet of Doherty’s series of novels based on Chaucer’s Canterbury Tales. Ghostly Murders is in fact the Poor Priest’s tale (his… 929 more words

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AFTER THE END by Bonnie Dee

I have read several books (and seen several films) which really were set in the post-apocalyptic world evoked by this title, After the End300 more words

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LOCKED WITHIN by Paul Anthony Shortt

What is locked within is memories of past lives.

Nathan, our hero, is haunted by dreams in which he half remembers, sometimes fully remembers, dramatic events that occurred during previous lives, but is unaware when the book opens of an organised group called the Reborn who remember clearly, and benefit from the experience gained during, their past lives. 230 more words

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DESECRATION by J. F. Penn

No time for a full review, but Desecration has been described as a book that takes the reader on a journey to hell and back. It does, and the hell here is real-life horror, not fantasy horror. 124 more words

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THE THIRD WITCH by Rebecca Reisert

This is the story of the three witches in Shakespeare’s Macbeth – who are, it turns out, Nettle, Mad Helga and Gillyflower. Nettle is middle-aged, a herbalist, and blessed with the Sight; and not only that, but on occasion the “Old Ones” speak through her: 890 more words

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