Monday, March 19, 2018

Critical Vulnerability by Melissa F. Miller @melissafmiller

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Government records, medical equipment, elevators, security alarms ... they're all remotely controlled and monitored by computerized industrial control systems. It's convenient, efficient, and potentially deadly.

Assistant U.S. Attorney Aroostine Higgins has put her personal life on hold to join the Department of Justice's elite Criminal Division. She's about to prosecute a major bribery trial--one that could make or break her career.

But everything's going wrong.

Her pretrial motion vanishes from the federal court's electronic docketing system. Her apartment catches fire. Routine dental surgery turns into a near-death experience. By the time Aroostine realizes her string of bad luck is anything but random, the stakes are greater than the outcome of a high-profile court case.

Determined to win at any cost, a hidden enemy threatens to destroy her--and the only man she's ever loved--unless she can stop him. Now, it's personal.

Fatal Justice by John Etzil @JohnEtzil

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A small-town sheriff’s dark past may be the only thing that keeps his town alive…

Jack Lamburt has a bright future as the sheriff of a quiet town. He knows the locals by name, he’s dating the bar mistress, and nobody suspects his dark secrets. When big city mafia stirs up trouble in his small town, Lamburt retaliates with swift, violent action. Now the crime syndicate is in search for answers… and blood.

With the lives of the people he swore to protect in grave danger, Lamburt will need every weapon in his arsenal to outmaneuver the mob. Even if it means he’ll risk exposing his past.

Fatal Justice is the first book in a series of vigilante thrillers starring Sheriff Jack Lamburt, the Ultimate Sheepdog. If you like gritty realism, high-tech surveillance, and no-holds-barred justice, then you’ll love John Etzil’s gripping series starter.

Sunday, March 18, 2018

Review - Eli vs God: You Give and Take Away by John Moelker @moelker

A twenty-two-year-old, frustrated Eli Poole is about to break free from a Christian home where he clearly doesn’t belong. He can imagine the freedom. Free at last! No more disapproving looks from his father. No more incessant attempts by his mother to evangelize her wayward son. No more clingy, snot-nosed little brother to put up with. In 3 days, Eli will finally escape Hicksville and enter a brave, new world, full of bright lights and great expectations. Eli’s journey will take him into a wilderness of trials and temptations and a valley that is deep, dark, and full of danger. But he might also meet some strange and interesting people along the way. Who knows? He might even find some romance—if his greatest adversary allows it, that is. Eli believes that it’s Eli vs. the world. He’s about to find out that it’s not the world he has to worry about—it’s the world’s creator—the LORD God, Almighty. Eli is in for the fight of his life. A fight to the death. Join Eli on his journey. You might just see a little bit of Eli in you.

Review: Though this may be a redemption story, it will resonate more with those who are already believers in Jesus Christ and his teachings. For those outside that circle it will appear preachy and unrealistic. Eli converts too easily in my opinion, despite what he endures, I feel he rolled over too quickly. He has an extreme bad day and is undeniably headed toward rock bottom but doesn't quite reach it. I believe this hero story arch is flawed and rushed. It's a good story but it could have been great but it's not quite there.

Saturday, March 17, 2018

But Not Forever by B J Bourg @BJBourg

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After a year of working as a tour guide in the swamps of Louisiana--and the day after a man’s body is found in a canal--former Police Chief Clint Wolf realizes he can’t stay away from law enforcement work forever. Ditching his paddle for a pistol, he rejoins the Mechant Loup Police Department, but this time as their chief investigator, and he works beside Police Chief Susan Wilson as they seek to solve the mystery in the canal.

While it isn’t odd to find drowned bodies floating in the vast waterways of Louisiana from time to time, it is unusual to find a body with six bullet holes in its back. This first case back for Clint won’t be a walk in the park, but a blue truck and a single piece of paper might be the key to everything. The only problem? The truck has seemingly vanished into thin air and no one can find the piece of paper.

Friday, March 16, 2018

Thorne Grey and the City of Darkness by Farrell Keeling @farrellkeeling

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Life in the Spire for Thorne Grey is comfortable... that is until he is sent on a mission across Horizon to destroy a dark portal to the Foglands and had a premature visit from Death.

As ancient dark forces threaten to rise once again from the shadows, the young Warlock must travel alongside a terrifying swordsman and uncover the secrets of the City of Darkness.

Thursday, March 15, 2018

Brightest Kind of Darkness by P. T. Michelle @PT_Michelle

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Nara Collins is an average girl with one exception; every night she dreams the events of the following day. Due to an incident in her past, Nara avoids using her special gift to change fate...until she dreams a future she can't ignore.

After Nara prevents a bombing at Blue Ridge High, her ability to see the future starts to fade, while people at school are suddenly being injured at an unusually high rate.

Grappling with her diminishing powers and the need to prevent another disaster, Nara meets Ethan Harris, a mysterious loner who seems to understand her better than anyone. Ethan and Nara forge an irresistible connection, but as their relationship heats up, so do her questions about his dark past.

Books in the BRIGHTEST KIND OF DARKNESS series are best suited for upper YA readers 16+ :