Book Review: Tales of Adventure With Nap Lapkin by Lance Manion

Author: Lance Manion Release Date: 17th September 2019 Genre: Cosy Mystery, Humour, Comedy, Short Story Collection Series: Edition: E-book Pages: 156 Publisher: Blurb: Finally! All of the stories under one cover. Nap Lapkin, America’s top agent, respected and feared by every agency in Washington, is both a lover and fighter and so much more. And less. But mostly…

Graphic Novel Review: Plagued: The Devil Did It by Shakil Somani

Author: Shakil Somani Illustrator: Mark Superales Release Date: 4th June 2019 Genre: Fantasy, Comedy, Graphic Novel Series:  Edition: PDF Pages: 58 Publisher: – Blurb: Lukas "Kas" Green, a successful British filmmaker and billionaire living in Los Angeles, takes the wrong girl home one night - she turns out to literally be the daughter of the Devil.The…

Book Review: Our Frail Disordered Lives by Mary M. Schmidt

Author: Mary M. Schmidt Release Date: 1st June 2018 Genre: Horror-Comedy, Supernatural Series: Edition: e-book Pages: 188 Publisher: Lulu Publishing Services Blurb: Larry Kavanaugh is an ordinary kind of guy. He’s got a nagging wife and two kids, both annoyingly gifted. No matter what he does, there is no end to what his family needs. What’s a…

Book Review: Caina by Joe Albanese

Author: Joe Albanese Release Date: 5th July 2018 Genre: Crime Comedy Series: Edition: e-book Pages: 124 Publisher: Mockingbird Lane Press Blurb: Twins tend to be closer than typical siblings. They often share a bond that is oftentimes unexplainable.* For some reason that bond didn't apply to Grant and Lee Tolan. Grant was always the responsible one.…

Book Review: The Phoenix Syndrome by Claire Gem

Author: Claire Gem Release Date: 29th September 2016 Series: – Genre: Contemporary Romance Edition: Ebook Pages: 267 Publisher: Erato Publishing Rating: ★★★★★ Blurb: Rock Star Contemporary Romance Turning forty rocks a research technician's world. Her husband leaves her, and then she's bitten by a mouse at work. She snaps, taking off to chase after her old dream of a music…

Book Review: Skive

Author: Paul Adam levy Release Date: April 19, 2014 Series: None Genre: Dark-Comedy | Fiction Edition: mobi Pages: 114 Publisher: Self-Published Interest: Requested by author Source: Author (Thanks a lot Paul!) Buy it here: Amazon   Blurb Skive is a black comedy that introduces a dysfunctional man who, disillusioned with his boring, hum drum life working in a supermarket, is…