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Prairie Madness

Prairie Madness

Prairie Madness – Conspiracy at Fort UnionAuthor: Edwina RomeroPublisher: Random Horse PressCost: Paperback $18.81, Kindle e-book, $3.99Available at: Amazon Edwina Romero is the author of three books about Las Vegas, N.M. history. Prairie Madness – Conspiracy at Fort Union is her first novel. For more about the author go to www.edwinaromero.com. If you like historical… Read More ›

Review: Gate 76

Gate 76, by Andrew Diamond, is about loss and redemption. The characters are stark, and for the most part – it seems – soulless. But are they? Gate 76 explores the dark side of life with a man who finds no good in the world. He’s seen it all. Lived it all, and he is… Read More ›

Blood on the Tracks

Review: Blood on the Tracks

Stop. Think for just a minute – if you can – about the worst that can happen to you. Do you believe it is some dread disease, getting hit by a semi walking across the street or finding out you’ve been betrayed? Now project that horrific thought onto someone you trust, someone you would lay… Read More ›

The Gray and Guilty Sea

A Modern Day Noir

“The Gray and Guilty Sea” by Scott William Carter, is a sort of modern-day noir detective novel that pits an embittered private investigator’s desire for privacy against his innate goodness. Garrison Gage has seen it all. He becomes a recluse after a near-death beating that prevented him from saving his wife from being brutally murdered…. Read More ›

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