November 05

Book review: Primordial Threat by M.A. Rothman

Primordial Threat, by M.A. Rothman, is a pure science fiction thriller, right up there with Asimov. This is a thinker, a story that demands one follow the dots of brilliant science, forced into reality by the collective realization that our world is about to be decimated by an impending asteroid shower and an approaching black […]

November 03

Featured book: Lara’s Story by Diane Merrill Wigginton

  Jeweled Dagger Publishing is excited to present its latest book from Diane Merrill Wigginton, “Lara’s Story,” available January 28th, 2019. Lara’s Story is a gripping young adult novel that explores the strength of the human spirit and the power of forgiveness to heal a broken heart. Surrounded by her large, boisterous family in 1840s Ireland, […]

November 02

Book review: The Spyglass and The Cherry Tree by Matt Beighton

The Spyglass and the Cherry Tree by Matt Beighton is an enchanting fantasy adventure had by a young girl on summer break. It is filled with exciting travel into another world, a place where she grew to be braver than she ever imagined. Along the way she made lots of new friends, including Goblins and […]

October 26

Book review: The Silver and The Green, by Mari Collier

The Silver and the Green by Mari Collier This is a very interesting fantasy tale about another world, one that has a similar weave to the 17th or 18th centuries of our own world. Relationships develop out of a need to survive. Journeys of escape ensue. Troubles grow between different groups each with their own […]

October 23

Book review: The Last Straw, Pigeon-Blood Red, (Book 2) by Ed Duncan

  The Last Straw, Pigeon-Blood Red, (Book 2) by Ed Duncan, is a crime thriller. When a young woman witnesses a carjacking, she becomes the pivotal point for a series of attempts against her life. Investigators move in and try to unravel the plot, but in the end, it comes down to two lethal hitmen, […]

October 16

Book review: The Edge of the Cemetery by Margaret Millmore

The Edge of the Cemetery by Margaret Millmore A great read, well written, nice pace. Exciting, interesting and moments of humor. Full of surprises and interesting twists and turns. A very enjoyable book.   Review by Writers Inspiring Change    

October 15

Book review: Undertow of Loyalty by M.D. Davies

Undertow of Loyalty by M.D. Davies is a crime thriller that reads, in many aspects, like a real-crime documentary. Neil Henberlin arrives to work one day to find his desk cleared, his things packed away and the confused looks of his peers. He soon discovers that he is supposed to be dead, at least according to […]

October 09

Book review: True Grandeur, by Cal. R. Barnes

True Grandeur, by Cal. R. Barnes, is a sort of film noir style romance and melodrama, reminiscent in its style and detail, of The Great Gatsby – depicting  the travesty of the rich, the wanna-be-famous, and the starlets who hold onto the coattails of men and use their glamor, their sex appeal, and their thirst […]

October 05

Book Review: The Hidden City of Chelldrah-ham: War of Chaos, by Stephan von Clinkerhoffen

  The Hidden City of Chelldrah-ham: War of Chaos, by Stephan von Clinkerhoffen, is an enchanting fantasy in a world where love and respect prevail. The people work together to help each other. They have to go to extreme measures to fight evil and protect their homeland. An enjoyable read for all ages.   Review by […]

September 29

Feature Book: The Last Straw, by Ed Duncan

What are readers saying? ***Five Stars*** “With danger looming in every chapter, The Last Straw is an action-packed and nerve-racking read. Duncan skillfully draws the reader into a complex web of characters… A few key twists within the storyline keep the reader intrigued in this fast-paced thriller…The Last Straw is an outstanding crime thriller…” Red […]