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Review: Dead Mann Walking by Stefan Petrucha

Review: Dead Mann Walking by Stefan Petrucha

October 15, 2011 Review 10

The word “noir” doesn’t even begin to capture the dark, gritty world of DEAD MANN WALKING. Hessius Mann is an undead Humphrey Bogart, battered and flawed and wry, and his relationships with the other lost souls in Fort Hammer are poignant moments in this mix of mystery and undeath.

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Review: Bloodstone by Nancy Holzner

Review: Bloodstone by Nancy Holzner

October 1, 2011 Review 4

My start with Nancy Holzner’s Deadtown series was a bit rocky. I loved the world, I loved the main character, I loved her love life… but I couldn’t stand her ever present sidekick, Tina. After Abigail’s review of HELLFORGED (which mentioned that it was light on my favorite part of the series, Deadtown itself), I skipped straight to book three. BLOODSTONE was worth wait, with all of the elements I enjoyed in book one and much less Tina fatigue.

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Review: Cold Kiss by Amy Garvey

Review: Cold Kiss by Amy Garvey

September 28, 2011 Review 1

COLD KISS is a mood piece, haunting and clear. It is a sad song, a scrap of poetry, an intimate glimpse of grief and adolescence and redemption. Despite the oh so brief moment in time that we share with Wren, the author fills in all of the real, delicate little details that allow all of these characters to go straight to the heart.

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