An Editorial Review of “Swamp Secret” by Eleanor Tatum

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Clever dialogue, humor, and a healthy dose of romance between Alex and Jillian will surely delight romance readers. Providing a deft balance of romance and mystery, Eleanor Tatum plants intriguing clues and steadily builds suspense in a way that had this reviewer eagerly turning the pages to discover who is embezzling town funds and endangering the lives of its citizens.

An Editorial Review of “Fathers House” by C. Edward Baldwin

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The twists and turns of Fathers House will satisfy readers who find non-obvious connections connecting devilishly amusing. Juxtaposition of the bribery, murders, and power plays against Baldwin’s subliminal questioning of free will and what really drives all of our lives is not highlighted in an initial reading, but in the undercurrent subtext. This is yet another example of how Baldwin’s story engages the reader in unexpected ways. Often times the grotesque scenes of the novel are juxtaposed with people simply living life, dealing with paperwork, or stuck on a stagnate case they don’t understand.

An Editorial Review of “Tea Leafing” by Weezie Macdonald

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What if you had to live life anonymously? Hide your job? Know your friends by pseudonyms? Meet Sam, Grace, Birdie, and Mary Jane: All are exotic dancers at the Pink Pussycat in Atlanta, Georgia. Life is good until one of their own is murdered. "Tea Leafing" is a fast-paced thriller written by an insider of the world of exotic high-end gentlemen's clubs. Told with a touch of humor.