Monthly Archives: May 2015

Daughter of Deep Silence – Carrie Ryan

Frances meets Libby on a cruise ship and they become fast friends.  Frances also meets her first love, Greyson, the son of a US Senator.  The vacation with her parents quickly turns into a nightmare when armed terrorists board the … Continue reading

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Hold Me Like A Breath – Tiffany Schmidt

Legal organ transplants are reserved for only the healthiest people.  Those that do not make the long government wait lists turn to the underground organ transplant “families”.  Penelope is the daughter of one of the mafia type families who obtain … Continue reading

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The Improbable Theory of Ana and Zak – Brian Katcher

Everyone has their own battles, their own pain, and their own issues, despite how they appear on the outside. To Ana, Zak initially seems like a slacker, a guy with no pressures, no destination, just enjoying a lazy journey with … Continue reading

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The Gracekeepers – Kirsty Logan

Callanish was busy, performing at least two Restings a week.  She looked young, far from death.  People liked that.  She prepared the dead, said the words, and slipped them into the sea. Legally, all damplings had to be interred in … Continue reading

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Dust to Dust – Melissa Walker

Callie was in a prolonged coma following a car accident.  During that time, she was in an in-between place for souls who are misguided or have unresolved issues that prevent them from moving on.  She met Thatcher, who died many … Continue reading

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