“Wisps of Memory” by Chris Sarantopoulos: A Spoiler-Free Review

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“Wisps of Memory” is a short horror story about Ian, a middle-aged man and former toymaker with a paralyzed arm.

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Doomed Spy by J. R. Rogers: A Spoiler-Free Review

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The year is 1960 and Anastas Molotov is a young KGB officer determined to defect to Great Britain. The process is being overseen by one Edgar Davies, an MI6 officer nearing his retirement. Unbeknownst to Molotov, Davies has deep ties to Colonel Oleg Nadiensky, the KGB Rezident of Montevideo, where the two are on assignment.

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The Frontman by Ron Bahar: A Spoiler-Free Review

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I received an eARC of The Frontman from the publisher through Net Galley in exchange for an honest review. It will be released on April 3rd of this year.

The Frontman is a fictionalized memoir of the author’s life growing up in Lincoln, Nebraska as he struggles to please his Israeli immigrant parents and follow his own wishes.

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A Mentor and Her Muse by Susan Sage: A Spoiler-Free Book Review

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Maggie Barnett is a struggling author who currently works as a high school librarian in Flint, Michigan,where she meets Taezha Riverton, an aspiring teenage writer. During the school years they form an unusual friendship that leads them on a summer road trip through the Southeast. Though Tae’s mother is fine with Maggie bringing her daughter to poetry slams bookstores in the area, their road trip is granted less than a motherly blessing….

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