The Massacre of Mankind by Stephen Baxter is a time machine.
Wakeful Children by S.P. Oldham is a delightful collection of extremely well-written short stories guaranteed to hearken readers back to a cherished past, when they sat by a fire and listened with rapt attention as [more]
House of Jaguar by Mike Bond oozes testosterone. It is a visceral thriller that combines elements of corruption, deceit, mass-murder, death squads, drug running, covert operations, torture, bravery, selflessness, nation building, and even a touch [more]
The Hidden South by Brent Walker is much more than a collection of pretty photographs. It is a grim visual documentation of the lives of those who live in a treacherous liminal area between two [more]
The Complete Book of Essential Oils and Aromatherapy by Valerie Ann Worwood is often referred to as the bible of essential oils with good reason. The 25th anniversary edition is a must-have for all those [more]
American Gods is a chimera, a creature born of a fusion of disparate parts. Except for the obligatory invocation, American Gods follows the conventions of the classic epic. Yet, it is also visionary fiction, horror, [more]
Susurrus by B. Morris Allen No evil sorceress is born evil. Susurrus begins as the protagonist Iskra staggers helpless in a desert, apparently near death. She is there to complete a rite of passage that [more]
City of Miracles by Robert Jackson Bennett is the third epic in his Divine Cities Trilogy. In the first novel, City of Stairs, readers follow three fascinating characters: Shara Kamayd, spy and politician, her Beowulf-like [more]