23 DEGREES SOUTH: A Tropical Tale of Changing Whether by Neal Rabin — a fun and adventurous read

An action packed story complete with some hilarious scenes can be enjoyed in this amusing and entertaining adventurous tale. Enjoy with your favorite cocktail!

First Place Category Winners for the 2015 JOURNEY Awards

Chanticleer Book Reviews is honored to announce the First Place Category Winners for the JOURNEY Awards 2015, the narrative non-fiction genre division of the Chanticleer Blue Ribbon Award Writing Competitions.

THE TREASURE OF CHING SHIH by John Gillgren, a children’s adventure novel

Gillgren offers a fun, suspenseful, yet heartfelt, series: The Adventures of the Cali Family will engage all children in the intriguing wonders of the sea and the thrills of treasure hunting.

17,000 Feet: A Story of Rebirth by Fox Deatry – an adventurous PNW novel

What do you do when you have done all that you can? A heroine in crisis coming to terms with her life’s big questions by taking courage and, finally, taking charge.

THE TREASURE OF MALAGA COVE by John Gillgren, an adventure children’s novel

Book one in Gillgren's children's adventure series will invite readers of all ages to set sail with the Cali family as they search for treasure in Malaga Cove.

An Editorial Review of “The Prodigal” by Michael Hurley

Pride, betrayal, forgiveness . . . and the eternal sea."The Prodigal" tells the mystical tale of four people on Ocracoke Island whose destiny is tied to an abandoned schooner. Best Book of the Year 2013!

An Editorial Review of “Her Boyfriend’s Bones” by Jeanne Matthews

The colorful characters and intriguing plot twists make Her Boyfriend’s Bones a gratifying and diverting page-turner. Ms. Matthews is adept at placing the reader into the hardships of the current Greek economic debt crisis as well as interjecting bits of history and mythology into her compelling story-line. Enter the CIA and Interpol, false identification papers, the Norwegian Intelligence, terrorist guns, suspicious locals, and old grudges, secret letters, and “evil eyes” everywhere.