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Review of Ten by Gretchen McNeil

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My review of Ten by Gretchen McNeil



I really loved this book about a group of ten teenagers who all receive invitations to a house party on an island for the weekend. What they don't realize is that the invitations came from a killer bent on revenge. Even though they all attend different schools they all have a connection that only the killer knows. They were all involved in wronging someone. At least in the killers eyes. As people start mysteriously dying it doesn't take Meg ( our main protagonist ) long to figure out that these deaths are no accident. Somebody is murdering them one by one. Can Meg discover who the killer is before it's too late and can she trust anyone. She doesn't know if the killer is one of the ten, or if there's someone else on the island with them.
Very cleverly written and the action is non stop. So many twists and turns you don't know what's going to happen next. You'll have a lot of fun finding out though. A definite page turne…

Review of Order of the Dimensions by Irene Helenowski

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This book was very kindly sent to me by the Author



 Blurb: When Jane Kremowski first began her graduate studies in physics at Madison State University in Wisconsin, little did she know where her work would take her. Now, she is embroiled in a multitude of dimensions all leading to different outcomes. She and her colleagues therefore must act wisely in order to take and keep away the Order of Dimension from falling into the wrong hands for the sake of her loved ones.


 Review: I have to admit I'm not very technical, so there were aspects of this book I just didn't get, Basically a group of scientist's invent a machine that can transport people to different dimensions where the same people live but their lives are usually changed from the other dimension from which they came. Sometimes the differences are small and sometimes things have drastically changed. Jane, the heroine of this book finds herself caught up in the middle of a mad mans obsession. Dr. Anton Zelov wants to ta…

Review of Fear Collector by Gregg Olsen

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Blurb: Ted Bundy. America's most notorious serial killer. For two women, he is the ultimate obsession. One is a cop whose sister may have been one of Bundy's victims. The other is a deranged groupie who corresponded with Bundy in prison--and raised her son to finish what Bundy started. To charm and seduce innocent girls. To kidnap and brutalize more women than any serial killer in history. And to lure one obsessed cop into a trap as sick and demented as Bundy himself. . .


 Review: Fear Collector was a great read. I really loved it. I was drawn into the story from the very beginning as Tacoma Police Detective Grace Alexander is working a case that draws her into her past. Women are being murdered in a way that is reminiscent of serial killer Ted Bundy. Another girl, Emma Rose, goes missing and Grace is determined to find her before she becomes the next victim. At the same time she's trying to find the remains of her sister who many believe, including their Mother, was a vic…

Free on Kindle today, April 15, 2013

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Clear Lake - Awakening by RB Stutz 



The uglies came like a relentless scourge. You either survive or turn. When Harley (15) is bitten, her dad agrees to do the necessary before she turns. The last thing she sees before fading from life is her parents being overrun by more of the monsters. Harley wakes to find herself very much alive, recovered from the bite and alone. The world's too horrible to be left alone.


 Freaky Deaky High: Killer Ride by T. D. Rizor



Supernatural... Paranormal... Freaky Deaky.

Adam is stoked. He just turned 16. He wants a car more than anything, so when he finds a Corvette in the woods with the key in the ignition, he decides to take it.
Bad move. This is no ordinary ride... it's a killer ride. What seemed like Adam's dream car turns out to be his worst nightmare.

 To Disturb The Dead by (a novella) by Brandon Berntson

Kathy Mender's obsession with darkness takes her to the brink of madness. So, much so, she longs to unearth a dead body. When Bobby Fa…

Top 10 List: Stephen King Books

Since Stephen King is my all time favorite author, I thought I would do a list of my top 10 books of his. If your a fan let me know if you agree with my list or what you would change.
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Deadly to Love Book Tour

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Today I will be hosting author Mia Hoddell as she continues her book tour for Deadly to Love. Thank you so much for being here Mia.



Title: Deadly to Love (Elemental Killers #1)
Author: Mia Hoddell ASIN: B00BDQ3QGA ISBN: 9781291319170 Genre: YA/Paranormal/Urban Fantasy/Romance




Description There is a love that is so dangerous, so powerful, so intoxicating that it embraces your heart and smothers your mind until it leaves you defenceless.

Serena knew that but still, it didn't stop her. His name was Kai. He was the most beautiful, irresistible man she had ever encountered. Their attraction was too compelling to fight and she knew she would go to the end of the world beside him. That is love.

However behind the allure was hidden a deadly secret – a secret that threatened her fragile life... But secrets best left unsaid never remain hidden forever. When Kai reveals his true identity, she is exposed to a frightening world she had no idea existed. Controlled by powerful Elemental forces her life i…

A list of ebooks I found free on Kindle today, April 11, 2013

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Invincible (A Centennial City Novel ) by Fionn Jameson



Her name is Ran Hwang. Schooled from childhood to battle vampires that roam the earth, she knows intimately of the horror that lies behind the beautiful masks they present to the human world. It is her duty to exterminate every vampire she comes across and she does it willingly, without thought, without mercy. Vampires are the scourge of humankind and she will do anything to take them down.

Until one day she meets a beautiful man who turns her world upside down and shows her what she considers evil might not be so bad after all...


The Black Widow by C. J. Johnson



When Cheryl found out about her husband's affair with his secretary, she was distraught. What if he left her? How could she ever show her face in public again?
The solution was simple.
She'd just have to kill him.

Detective Mike Jamison knows this was no accident, but he has no proof of foul play. The one and only black widow of his career has just got away with murder.