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Unethical

Marla Anderson

Marla Anderson drops us into a realistic and tense psychological thriller in Unethical!  Josephine enrolls her father in Dr. Kessler’s care program after he develops Alzheimer’s.  But when she begins to suspect that not everything about Kessler is on the level, she hires a private investigator only to find that more than one person is keeping secrets, and her father isn’t the only one in danger.  I love the way Anderson sets up a very realistic situation filled with multidimensional and believable characters!  It really drew me in the way there was nothing outlandish here, that the fact this could really happen was scarier than any horror movie monster.  Anderson’s expert writing constantly ratchets up the tension to a satisfying ending!  If you love realistic suspense sort of in the same vein as The Firm, definitely come enroll as a patient in Unethical!


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Akropolis Omnibus

H.C. Edwards

H.C. Edwards brings us a well-wrapped epic sci fi dystopian adventure with Akropolis Omnibus!  Akropolis is a city on the edge of collapse.  Designed to save humanity, a genetic defect has forced people to transfer into robot bodies in order to survive.  Now there are those that wonder if humanity did indeed survive the transfer at all.  Edwards brings in a whole host of great characters, from people with secrets to loyal soldiers to a young boy who ponders dreams, and weaves them all into a thought-provoking tapestry!  There are a lot of moving parts here, but they all build to a very satisfying end.  If you love some of the sci fi classics (I Robot, Dune) mixed with the dramatic and deep feel of modern sci fi operas (The Expanse, The Giver), then come transfer yourself into the world of Akropolis Omnibus!


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Syphoner

Munzie Lestrange

Munzie Lestrange lets us battle against dark powers with Syphoner!  In a sudden move, young Divina’s family whisks her away to a secluded home in the mountains.  Only too late does she realize they did this for a reason, and when an evil creature starts stalking her in the mirror, she must race against time to uncover her family’s secrets.  Lestrange builds the creepy atmosphere very well, augmenting it with a sense of mystery and fantasy!  The characters are all also excellent, each bearing secrets and interesting facets of their own.  If you love a bit of fantasy with a splash of intrigue and a sprinkle of horror, definitely come stare through the looking glass in Syphoner!


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