Free eBook : The Testament of Judas by M. Tyler Gillett

Free eBook : The Testament of Judas by M. Tyler Gillett

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Free eBook : The Testament of Judas

by M. Tyler Gillett

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Horror , Novella , General Fiction

Blurb:

From the sands of Egypt comes a shocking ancient manuscript that could change our understanding of Christianity forever.
Judas Iscariot, long known as the betrayer of Christ, recounts in his own words his experiences as one of the Twelve Apostles, and reveals for the first time the deadly truth about Jesus.
Sent by a mysterious “secret Father”, Jesus comes to spread the gift of eternal life to all humanity, but this gift is no blessing – instead, it is an eternal curse.
Together with Jairus, whose daughter is raised from the dead by Christ, the infamous twelfth disciple must race against time to stop Jesus’ plans from coming to fruition and the world falling into “the outer darkness, where there are gnashing teeth!”

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M. Tyler Gillett holds graduate degrees in religious studies, specializing in early Christian literature. The inspiration for The Testament of Judas came to him while he was rereading the Gospels as part of his dissertation research. When he came to Matthew 27:52-53 (“And the graves were opened; and many bodies of the saints which slept arose, and came out of the graves after his resurrection, and went into the holy city, and appeared to many”), he immediately thought of the opening scene of George Romero’s Night of the Living Dead (“They’re coming to get you, Barbara!”), and the rest, as they say, was history.

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Book Review – True Death by Dale E Lehman

Book Review – True Death by Dale E Lehman

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Book Review – True Death

by Dale E Lehman

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Reviewed by Julia Wilson

Three Musketeers

True Death by Dale E Lehman is a marvellous contemporary murder thriller. It is the second book in the Howard County Mystery series but could be read as a stand-alone. I would, however, recommend reading book one, The Fibonacci Murders, first as this story follows straight on from that, being set just a few weeks later.

The plotline was intricately constructed and grabbed my attention from the start. I immediately became engrossed in the action and remained glued to the end. The story alternated between present day and the past, which set the scene for the action to come.
In True Death the reader hears the back story of the main characters. They are more than just detectives, they are ‘real’ people who have loved and lost. The three detectives reminded me of the three musketeers, with the police chief as D’Artagnan. Their loyalty to each other and their fight for justice was admirable.

There was an unknown voice that drew the reader in. I was asking questions – who is this? What have they done?
A cold case collides with present day crimes in the novel. The reader is intrigued and wonders if there is any connection? Or just coincidence?
The story has the themes of regret and revenge. Both have the power to destroy from the inside out.
A theme with far greater power than regret and revenge, is that of forgiveness. Forgiveness frees us from the past, enabling us to step into the future. Without forgiveness, we can become trapped in a prison of bitterness.
Faith in God was a theme that bubbled away beneath the surface. Sometimes life events mean we wander away from God. When life makes no sense or little sense, we realise our need for God and find ourselves returning to Him. God is the God of restoration and new beginnings. We can lean on Him in any storm.
The criminal underworld features. Dale Lehman has constructed an intricate story that has the reader guessing and trying to join the dots from the start.
Dale Lehman is a new author to me and I cannot get enough of his books – fabulous, clean murder mysteries that have me hanging on his every word. I do hope there is a book three.
I received this book for free from The Book Gobbler. A favourable review was not required and all views expressed are my own.


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Book Review – The Eagle and the Child by S. Khubiar

Book Review – The Eagle and the Child by S. Khubiar

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Book Review – The Eagle and the Child

by S. Khubiar

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Reviewed by Julia Wilson

My Father’s Gift

The Eagle And The Child by S.Khubiar is a contemporary political thriller that marries political espionage with an ordinary life. It is an epic read that will have you chewing your finger nails and your emotions ebbing and flowing.

The novel is about identity. Who are we? The leading lady is a complex mix of incredibly strong and unbelievably vulnerable. Her strength of body lies with her strength of mind. Her vulnerability is what endears her to the reader.

There are many instances of racism and prejudice within the novel. People receive racial slurs merely because of their looks. We need to be “seeing others as human beings, not objects.”

The mob reaction is frightening. People get whipped up into a frenzy of hate by others, and carried along with the mob. The novel shows “it’s never okay to target someone for being Jewish or Asian or Black or Arab.” There is just one race – the human race.

Judaism is a focus within the novel. The reader is educated in the Jewish way of life and the role of women.

Anti Semitism raises its head within the novel. “Anti-semitism is a human disease with no known cure.” It happens because of ignorance and intolerance by others. We must see beyond looks and appearance. We must see people.

Political espionage takes up a huge chunk of the story. The reader ‘experiences’ the Arab/Israeli conflict, homeland security, brutal assassinations and torture. It does not make for comfortable reading.

In contrast we see that even assassins have a peaceful homemaker side. They are a complex mix of character.

God is a God of restoration and miracles. His miraculous powers bring a lump to the reader’s throat.

Prayer is important. There are prayers in both English and Hebrew throughout. Sometimes all we can do is “pray… it’s the only thing we have left.”

The Eagle And The Child was a huge read, full of small details enabling the reader to get to know the main character intimately. It is both exciting and horrifying. It took me a while to get into the novel but I was glad I stuck with it as the end was definitely heart and pulse racing action.

An epic read.

I received this book for free from The Book Gobbler. A favourable review was not required and all views expressed are my own.

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Book Review by Joni Dee

S Khubiar writes an action-full alternative ‘spooks’ universe

I was excited to discover a spy thriller which is not really a spy thriller in the ‘traditional’ sense, and went straight to the task of reading the 346 pages long “Eagle and the Child: The Child”, S. Khubiar’s debut thriller, which opens the Eagle and the Child trilogy.

Shahla Markow, is an American/Israeli of Persian (Iranian) ethnicity, who works for the Federal Bureau of Prisons as a self-defence instructor. After suffering a shoulder injury from a prisoner attack (which she eliminated) she meets up with Dr. Philip Sherrod, who treats her, becomes her confidant and eventually her partner. However, Shahla is not just a government employee, she is also an ex Israeli Mossad agent with many skeletons in the closet, which will soon come back knocking.
In the heart of the story, the cultural difference between Orthodox-Jew oriented Shahla and atheist womaniser Philip. The relationship has its ups and downs, while slowly Philip, and us, discover new details of Shahla’s past. It seems that the more we learn, the more the skeletons of her past come back to life, until they catch up with Shahla in an explosive ending.

I started off loving “the Eagle and the Child: the Child”, then as I kept reading some intense-sexual scenes, we fell out. At the peak of the story we made up and I loved it again, only to dislike the last chapters and somewhat-cliffhanger ending. If nothing else I had an intense love-hate relationship with the plot-line, and it brought out a lot of emotions from me.

Having said the above I absolutely loved S. Khubiar’s writing. She paints the story with vivid and rich language which undeniably contributes the the story. Being from Israeli background I found the Hebrew words amusing to encounter, although I am not sure they will appeal to Anglo-American readers.

The one thing that I liked less about this novel is its length. While the ‘blurb’ describes the family Passover dinner as the climax of the story, it is only one of three or four pivotal points in the plot (occurring less than two thirds into the story which can hardly count as the climax in my opinion). Don’t get me wrong, it’s nice to get a glimpse of three years of Shahla’s life, but it’s emotionally exhausting. The woman goes through too many random (and not so random) ordeals, which made me wonder why the author needed some of them as the novel was strong enough as it is. It’s a bit like John McClain says in ‘Die Hard 2’ “How can the same shit happen to the same guy twice?” and three times and more, in Shahla’s case (and that’s on top of her past coming back to haunt her).

S. Khubiar is a retired federal law enforcement officer. She obviously uses her Persian-Israeli background as an autobiographical source for Shahla’s character. She intrigues me, and I want to see what will come of Shahla, Philip and Shai. I especially like how S. Khubiar’s apparent religious observance and Persian cultural background contributed to the story. These were sides which I enjoyed discovering along with Philip.

This is a strong new voice, and while I don’t think “the Eagle and the Child” would be every thriller lover’s cuppa, it will definitely make you think and learn new things.

 
Book Review – The Fibonacci Murders by Dale E Lehman

Book Review – The Fibonacci Murders by Dale E Lehman

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Book Review – The Fibonacci Murders 

by Dale E Lehman

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 Rodney Strong
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Reviewed by Julia Wilson

The Thinking Man’s Murder Mystery

The Fibonacci Murders by Dale E Lehman is a mind blowing contemporary murder mystery. Murders connected to the Fibonacci sequence really test the reader’s power to figure out what is going on and who will be next?

Not a mathematician but I found the whole book fascinating in its complexity. It drew me in from the start and had me questioning – whose was the mathematician’s voice?

The whole book hung together marvellously with a fabulous plotline and realistic characters. In my head I ‘watched’ the police drama unfold. I could easily imagine a bustling police department, the press conferences and the general panic amongst the public. The novel would make a great film.

As the book unfolded, so too did the identity of the perpetrator. With heart racing, I sped on to the conclusion of the novel.

A fabulous read for anyone who likes both a puzzle and murders to solve. The action came thick and fast, with no time for the reader to become bored. With well drawn and likable characters, The Fibonacci Murdersis the perfect read.

I received this book for free on BookGobbler.com. A favourable review was not required and all views expressed are my own.

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Reviewed by Rodney Strong

Solid first book, with a few issues that stopped it from being a great story

A killer is on the loose in Howard County.  Working the Fibonacci sequence he taunts the police with cryptic clues to his next crime.  The Fibonacci sequence of numbers works on the next number being the combination of the previous two, i.e. 1, 2, 3, 5, 8,

Meanwhile a serial mugger is clubbing people with a golf club and stealing their valuables.

Lieutenant Puller and his two lead detectives are forced to split their time between the crimes, and as both perpetrators seem to be escalating, they are forced to turn to mathematician Professor Kaneko for help.  Together they must stop the killer before things escalate to unimaginable levels.

Dale Lehman has constructed a solid thriller with occasional flashes of clear crisp descriptive passages.  The story generally works, but for me there were a few issues that stopped it from being a great story.

The subplot of the mugger doesn’t really add anything to the story, and doesn’t really come to a satisfactory conclusion (I don’t want to go into too much detail as it would contain spoilers).

The character of Professor Kaneko is well drawn, but again seemed unnecessary.  Apart from the initial consultation, which required his expertise, the work he does to identify the killer is standard grunt work that could have, and should have, been done by the police.  It didn’t require any specialist mathematical knowledge.

Also I found the intro sections for each chapter too long, and unnecessary.  They didn’t add anything, and the intro to the first chapter indicates a large part for the character than actually occurred.

I liked the three main police officers, they were well defined in both their working and personal lives.  Perhaps due to the shortness of the book though I felt like the character of Leo could have been provided with greater depth.  And the final revelation on why he was doing it was a complete let down.

I’m not American and so don’t know the ins and outs of law enforcement over there, but it seemed really strange to me that the FBI wasn’t involved in a serial killer case.  Especially one that had achieved national and international attention (CNN and BBC at a press conference).  The police department in Howard County seemed content to try and solve it themselves without calling for assistance, which seems odd.

All in all as I said it was a solid first book, but I felt if the author had taken his time and made it slightly longer, we would have had a much richer tale.



 


Reviewed by Joni Dee

Good Plot… Could have been smashing!

Let me start by saying that I liked Dale E Lehman’s The Fibonacci Murders. For a debut novel I thought he had done a good job, I liked both the idea and the characters, and even though I had solved the case before the police detectives, I thought it was thrilling.

Lieutenant Peller, along with his sergeants Dumas and Montufar, are chasing a serial killer who’s basing his killing spree according to some twisted interpretation of the Fibonacci number sequence (a series where the number is always the sum of the last two). The killer keeps the team on their toes by sending them letters with clues and calling in person, and he keeps changing the meaning of the subsequent number in ways that are too complicated for the team to figure out. They use a Professor of mathematics, Tomio Kaneko, to try and get into the killer’s head. Meanwhile there’s a raging mad golfer who’s on the loose, mugging people around Howard county. Things get complicated as more people die – yet the team has not a single lead…

The plot of the book is solid, and while I found the writing somewhat too mechanic and precise (maybe thanks to the author’s algorithms and software background), it didn’t disturb me – the book was flowing and gripping at the same time.

My issues with “the Fibonacci Murders” lay within a few aspects of the book, and while I don’t judge harshly a debut novel, I thought that if given attention to these back on the drawing board, it could have been s smashing thriller, which would have given a fight to anything Dan Brown had written.

First, the novel is not long enough, I was missing a bit of action, and felt we’re jumping to an early conclusion. Suddenly the team all profiled the culprit (accurately) and that’s that… Moreover, Professor Kaneko somehow manages to find the identity of the perpetrator, and yet goes and investigates on his own – so his revelation eventually has close-t0-zero contribution to the novel. I wanted to find out more about the characters, I thought they were very well drawn and multi-dimensional, and had the notion that we are getting details to thicken the book and not necessarily the right ones (Montufar’s brother’s accident as an example).
Second, I was hoping the author would explore the Fibonacci/Lucas sequences a bit more. I felt Mr. Lehman was playing it safe, rather than challenging our mathematical abilities.

Having said the above, it is an easy read which will keep you glued to the chair. I loved the Howard County police force naivety, it’s not something you see everyday in a crime thriller, and I thoughts the Professor was a character well worth a sequel, unlike any other anti-hero I’ve encountered. 3.5-4 stars, depends upon how complex you like your thrillers.

 

 
Free Book Giveaway : Chasing Symmetry by Tempeste Blake

Free Book Giveaway : Chasing Symmetry by Tempeste Blake

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free book Giveaway : Chasing Symmetry

by Tempeste Blake

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– ends 17th Dec 2017

Genre:

Thriller / Mystery , Romance

Blurb:

Someone had been trying for the perfect shade of red . . .

When art professor Bianca James tries to save a dying woman, the grudge-holding chief of police is all too quick to catapult her to the top of the suspect list. As if that isn’t enough, her ex-boyfriend’s younger brother, Finn Tierny, is assigned to the case, and she’s faced with a trilogy of dilemmas: go head to head with the chief, stop a cold-blooded killer on her own, or trust another Tierny.

Finn’s return to Riley’s Peak is bittersweet. He’s flooded with memories, both good and bad, as he battles doubts about being a cop, a cantankerous father, a jealous brother, and a drug dealer with a rap-sheet longer than the list of addicts he’s been supplying.

Threats escalate, the suspect list grows, and it becomes clear—the murderer’s resolve to kill Bianca is almost as strong as Finn’s desire to keep her alive.

 

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Free eBook :  An Enlightening Quiche by Eva Pasco

Free eBook :  An Enlightening Quiche by Eva Pasco

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Free eBook :  An Enlightening Quiche

by Eva Pasco

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Romance

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Contemporary Women’s Fiction

More than meets the eye at face value and stuck in a holding pattern, Augusta Bergeron, Beauchemins’ small-town siren, engages in morally destructive behavior she attributes to maternal abandonment until she eggs-humes her mother’s quiche recipe.

On the heels of mourning the death of her mother, Lindsay Metcalfe, the strait-laced, historian-in-residence hailing from Boston, sets out to preserve the legacy of an impoverished mill. Singed in the crossfire of a soured friendship, she gets more than she bargains for all around when taking a self-centered adolescent under her wing.

Their alternating, first-person narratives expose misconceptions, misdeeds, and maliciousness in the aftermath of a tragedy precipitated by reckless behavior.

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Free eBook: 100 Wild Mushrooms: Memoirs of the ’60s

Free eBook: 100 Wild Mushrooms: Memoirs of the ’60s

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Free eBook : 100 Wild Mushrooms: Memoirs of the ’60s

by Eva Pasco

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memoir

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Toni Home Perm, Flexible Flyer Snow Sled, Hula Hoop, Mercurochrome, Fishnet Stockings, Beatles, Mohair, Go-Go Boots, Aluminum Christmas Tree…and, the beat goes on.

While the mushroom cloud of the Cold War hovered over us, my sister and I carried on as kids do regardless of world events. Since the daily minutiae of life provides the magic for memories to MUSHROOM WILDLY—feed your head my nostalgic recollections of growing up during the ‘60s counterculture.

Serious, sentimental, or silly revelations set aside: you know better than to duck and cover under a school desk for protection against nuclear fallout.

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Free eBook : Sacrificial Lam by Gary Guinn

Free eBook : Sacrificial Lam by Gary Guinn

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Free eBook : Sacrificial Lam

by Gary Guinn

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thriller / mystery

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Lam Corso is a liberal English professor at a conservative southern college. When he receives an anonymous death threat, he assumes it is a joke by one of his colleagues. But when the violence begins and the lives of Lam and his family are in real danger, everything changes. When he brings a gun into the house for protection, his wife, a pacifist, is outraged. As the killer closes in and the police can find no leads, Lam’s marriage and their values are pushed to the limit.

What will it cost to survive?

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Sacrificial Lam explores the question “What would a man or woman do to save their own lives and the lives of their family?” Thanks for reading!

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Free Book Giveaway : Absence of Blade by Caitlin Demaris McKenna

Free Book Giveaway : Absence of Blade by Caitlin Demaris McKenna

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Free Book Giveaway : Absence of Blade (The Expansion Series Vol 1)

by Caitlin Demaris McKenna

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Action and Adventure, Science fiction

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This isn’t about victory. This is about survival.

Mose Attarish isn’t used to making mistakes. As an intelligence agent on the contested world Olios 3, he gathers the intel to direct the Osk’s operatives into every chink in the Terran forces’ armor. Through sabotage, espionage, and assassinations, the Osk have held their own in the war for Olios 3 – barely. Every failed mission brings the war’s end nearer, and when faulty intel nearly kills one of his operatives, Mose takes it hard.

Gau Shesharrim doesn’t blame Mose for what happened. Bad intel is one of the risks of the job, and it’s a job Gau wouldn’t trade for any other. But his latest brush with death has made even this seasoned assassin consider the merits of early retirement. Too bad the top brass don’t care what Gau wants.

Shomoro Lacharoksa follows a mission apart from the rest of the colony. In a lonely base, she researches the technologies that give the Terrans their invisible edge, hoping to bolster the Osk’s foundering campaign.

It might not be enough. The Terrans are doing research of their own, and no one—not even the Terrans themselves—is prepared for what they will unleash.

 

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“Absence of Blade” marks the start of a new space opera series set against a background of interstellar strife. Recommended for readers who enjoy complex Sci-Fi and stories with grit.

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Free eBook : Surviving High School (The aNTS Club Way)  by Troy McCombs

Free eBook : Surviving High School (The aNTS Club Way) by Troy McCombs

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Free eBook : Surviving High School (The aNTS Club Way)

by Troy McCombs

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YA

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Sixteen-year-old Matt Ingis is just trying to survive high school. But every proceeding day is always worse than the last. The constant bullying, combined with the crippling anxiety and depression, makes Matt’s life a living hell. Duke Rogers, the biggest, baddest kid in Blake High, beats him up whenever he sees him. Everyone else either blatantly ignores him or belittles him. His parents are too wrapped up in their divorce to listen to his problems. And the only thing his therapist’s been able to do is fuel his anger. Stumped for a solution, Matt has an impromptu idea one day while watching an ant crawl across the lunch room table. He consequently decides to create his own therapy group in order to overcome his growing list of problems. With the help of his only friend, Ray Miller, they seek out two other troubled high-school rejects into The aNT’S Club. But will it work? Only one thing is for certain. If Matt doesn’t get the help he needs soon, his repeated truancy will inevitably lead him to Briarwell, a juvenile detention center. And he would rather commit suicide before ending up there.

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