Recent Reviews

Ever Alice
H. J. Ramsay
Narrator: Caroline Holms

At fifteen-years-old, Alice finds herself in an asylum because no one will believe her when she talks of her adventures in Wonderland. Desperate to leave, she agrees to an experimental procedure that the doctors think will cure her of her “delusions”. At the last minute, she gets cold feet and flees the asylum with the help of the White Rabbit.

Katarina Jones is a private investigator who has one last case to solve, and she’s running out of time to do it. A series of arson cases has arisen, and she’s been tasked with finding the culprit. Also drawn to the crimes is Fire Marshal Shawn Randal who is visiting from the other side of the country, just to investigate the fires.

Titanian’s Phoenix
Victoria
Saccenti

Maya Brown does not believe in magic… then she and her godmother are kidnapped by elves! Her true heritage revealed, Maya isn’t quite sure what to do when she is freed by an unseen force. There’s no way she can just return to normal. Her godmother begs her to seek out the aid of a man named Soren. When she sees him, she throws caution to the wind and lets him into her life.

Lady Phoebe Smythe was content with her life until she lost everything. A year later, she rents a cottage in Cornwall assuming the guise of a respectable, middleclass widow as she begins to make decisions about her life. What she doesn't expect is to come upon a man half-drowned and shot!

Jacobo's Rainbow
David
Hirschberg

LITERARY FICTION: The story begins as a reflection on the past when Jacobo leaves his isolated New Mexico village to attend the University of Taos. He is unprepared for a world on the brink of social change, and yet finds himself drawn into the orbit of a student protest leader and making friends with a Jewish man and an Indian woman.

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