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The Twentieth Day of January by Ted Allbeury

It’s 1980 and the Cold War continues to rage. Seemingly out of nowhere, wealthy businessman Logan Powell has become President-elect and is weeks away from assuming the most powerful position in the world. Across the Atlantic, veteran British intelligence agent James MacKay uncovers shocking evidence that suggests something might be terribly wrong with the election. With the help of a reluctant CIA, MacKay sets out on a dangerous and daring mission to discover if the unthinkable has occurred: is President-elect Powell actually a puppet of the Soviet Union?
Written by the bestselling author of The Crossing and Pay Any Price, this remarkably plausible thriller offers a heady mix of political intrigue and intense suspense — with the very future of America and the free world hanging in the balance.

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Praise for The Twentieth Day of January

“Allbeury, like le Carré, is a master of the genre, and this novel represents some of his best work.” — Booklist

“Allbeury’s novels have won a reputation not only for verisimilitude but for crisp, economical narration and high drama … there’s no better craftsman.” — Chicago Sun-Times

“A most knowledgeable chronicler of espionage.” — The New York Times Book Review

“When I say Ted Allbeury knows where the bodies are buried I mean it literally. Truly a classic writer of espionage fiction.” — Len Deighton, author of The Ipcress File

Ted Allbeury

Author’s Bio

1917 – 2005. Also wrote under the pseudonyms Richard Butler and Patrick Kelly.

Ted Allbeury was a lieutenant-colonel in the Intelligence Corps during World War II, and later a successful executive in the fields of marketing, advertising and radio. He began his writing career in the early 1970s and became well known for his espionage novels, but also published one highly-praised general novel, THE CHOICE, and a short story collection, OTHER KINDS OF TREASON. His novels have been published in twenty-three languages, including Russian. He died on 4th December 2005.


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Wages of Sin

The Wages of Sin

Bo Brennan

February 14, 2017 Book Blast


The Wages of Sin by Bo Brennan

What’s done in the dark will be brought to the light.

For overworked firefighter Gray Davies, an emergency call-out to the scene of a horrific hit-and-run is all in a day’s work . . . until the terrified Asian victim disappears, leaving her blood on his hands and unanswered questions on his lips.

For his sister, Detective India Kane, it’s an added complication in a far more sinister crime – a series of brutal murders the missing hit-and-run victim could hold the key to solving. With a mutilated corpse on her patch, and the dead woman’s identity shrouded in secrecy, India’s set on a collision course with a deadly, unknown enemy.

Her lover, Detective Chief Inspector AJ Colt, is well acquainted with the enemy – courtesy of a divisive high-profile case, he’s currently public enemy #1. As cultures clash, simmering tensions explode, bringing terror and bloodshed to the streets, and placing Colt firmly in the sights of some of the country’s most dangerous and deranged individuals.

When one of them brings their work home, nothing will ever be the same again – for the wages of sin . . . is death.

Book Details:

Genre: Crime Thriller, Police Procedural
Published by: Bo Brennan
Publication Date: January 14th 2017
Number of Pages: 422
Series: A Detective India Kane & AJ Colt Crime Thriller
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Monday, 5th March


Her vision blurred as her gloved hands fumbled with the combination lock securing her bike. She swiped at her eyes, kidding herself it was the brightness of the morning making them run.

It wasn’t, it was self-pity.

She didn’t want to go back there, not today. The constant drunken comings and goings were becoming increasingly unnerving as more workers arrived. Naz had sympathised, but she couldn’t help. Couldn’t make it better, easier, or safer. With property prices high and funds low, she knew she should be grateful for a job and a home, but today she was struggling. Today she wanted more.

She wanted a life.

She wasn’t sure she could stand this one. Her breath caught in her throat as the emptiness and isolation she faced overwhelmed her.

The first one is the worst one,” Naz had said, hugging her as she tied the knitted scarf around her neck. “Be brave.”

She wanted to be brave, as brave as Naz, but she felt weak and lonely and lost. Discreetly dabbing her eyes with her new scarf, she took a furtive glance back at the building. Naz stood at the window, watching her. With a half-hearted smile, she dropped her backpack at her feet to fasten her bicycle helmet. Naz smiled back and pressed a hand to the glass. In the time it took to pick up her backpack and hook it over her shoulders, Naz had gone.

With a heavy, resigned sigh, she pushed her bike down the long shingle drive to the entrance gates. Once outside she propped the bike against the kerb and cautiously glanced up and down the quiet tree-lined avenue – almost jumped out of her skin when a car door slammed somewhere up ahead. Seeing a blue light poking up from the row of parked cars, she pressed herself into the shadow of a tall oak tree, heart stuttering in her chest.

Her eyes followed the police officer as he strolled across the road and let himself into a house.

he didn’t know a police officer lived there. She didn’t know she’d been holding her breath either, until it juddered from her body when the door shut behind him.

Hands trembling, she drew a deep, steadying breath, mounted her bike and set out for the short journey home.

Home. Memories stabbed at her heart and stung at her eyes.

She shook them away as she cycled onto the main road and into the safety of the crowded morning traffic, feeling her shoulders finally relax. Relaxation was dangerous. Naz said it would get her killed. The words echoed in her head, causing her body to tighten once more. Gritting her teeth, she pedalled harder. Kept her head down as she passed the last of the picturesque shop fronts adorned with nice things she’d never own, and concealing aisles she’d never browse. She hated this life. Wished so much that she could go back, back to before she knew. But now that she did know, back wasn’t an option. Her only option was forward. Her only option was to run.

At first, the angry chorus of blaring horns seemed normal background noise, the same as every Monday morning approaching the Winchester bottleneck. It was the sound of a high revving engine that had her glancing over her shoulder to glimpse a white van pushing aggressively through the traffic.
Her mouth went dry.

A white van. There were probably millions of them, billions even.

It was probably nothing, just the bog standard enemy of regular road users trying to get ahead, but she never knew when or where they would come for her. And she knew what they’d done. Knew what they were capable of.

As a precaution, she bumped her bike out of the bus lane and onto the pavement, meandering slowly and carefully, wary of the pedestrians heading her way. Behind her she heard the prolonged guttural torque of an engine racing at breaking point. A split second later, a single heartbeat, her world span upside down in a silent slow motion strobe of black and white as she rotated endlessly past trees filtering sunlight.

This is it, she thought, spinning through the air. This is The End.

It wasn’t how she’d imagined it to be. And she’d imagined it a million times. Thought it would be painful. They’d promised it would be painful. They’d given her every graphic gory detail of how her end would be.

But it was nothing like they’d promised.

A serene sense of calm engulfed her as she closed her eyes and accepted her fate, her everlasting freedom.

Excerpt from The Wages of Sin by Bo Brennan. Copyright © 2017 by Bo Brennan. Reproduced with permission from Bo Brennan. All rights reserved.

Author Bio:

Bo Brennan is a ‘Crime Thriller’ writer who has lived and worked in various locations. None were exotic.

Bo’s favourite past times are reading, writing, and eating. Unfortunately, the three combined do nothing for the waistline so moving about occasionally is a must.

Bo’s debut novel, STEALING POWER, is the first in a series of chilling crime thrillers featuring British Detectives India Kane and AJ Colt.

BABY SNATCHERS is the second.

THE WAGES OF SIN is the third.

Bo’s books can be read in sequence or independently . . . but are probably best read with the lights on.

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Vampire Vic 3: Sacrific


Vampire Vic 3: Sacrifice by Harris Gray


Romania in the year 1586. “Improved” vampires are ascendant and young slayer Trubadur Maistru hunts the Morbius carrier before he can choose the next vampire queen. Too late-Trubadur finds his true love Nadia seduced and bitten.

But this incarnation of Morbius wields an unexpected power, and Nadia and Trubadur slay their way from Transylvania to Bucharest, where their fateful climax sows the seed for a rebirth of the curse.

Modern day Atlantic City. Rumors of a new Morbius greet the world’s most powerful vampires as they convene to execute their takeover. The “V-8” (there are actually 11) brand their would-be slayers as terrorists and launch a lethal “anti-terrorism” campaign.

Now a war-weary world hears a young and beautiful, fanged voice promising peace….

Humans embrace vampires and ancient curses couple with the world’s finest technologies-drones, virtual reality, multi-level marketing organizations. Yet everything hinges on the fated lovers, Eugene and Amberly. In Vampire Vic’s final chapter, true love cannot save everyone; it only promises there will be sacrifice.

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 Harris Gray

Author’s Bio

Allan Harris and Jason Gray are the writing duo Harris Gray, authors of multiple novels and screenplays, a Christmas play, and a collection of stories from Jason’s younger days. An early version of JAVA MAN was a finalist in the Rocky Mountain Fiction Writers contest. Allan is a former guest columnist for The Denver Post. Jason owns Crowfoot Valley Coffee and the Crowbar, land of rumor and embellishment.

The Harris Gray collaboration began in Jason’s coffee shop. Allan wrote, and eavesdropped as Jason entertained his customers. One day Allan found a little yellow notepad waiting for him, crammed to the margins with Jason’s exploits. Allan typed them, touched them up, and called it good, but Jason had other ideas. As their tales converged and became inseparable, Harris Gray took shape…the writer and the storyteller.

Allan and Jason are both married with a couple kids apiece, but many people still consider them a couple. Vampire Vic launched the VV Trilogy in March 2013; Book Three is due October 2016.

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My Review

5 stars

We start the story in Bucharest in 1586. Trubadur Maistru is a vampire slayer returning to do his job and find his former love Nadia Rakoczis. But Tru learns that the current Morbius vampire has passed on his carrier to a new vampire, Nadia. But Nadia is also blessed/cursed with the ability to see vampire’s weaknesses. Together Tru and Nadia work together to kill vampires since being together seems to keep the Morbius and curse at bay for Nadia.

In the present day, vampires are trying to rule despite the slayers. They decide to turn Amberly, Vic’s daughter, into a vampire to draw him out of hiding. Then they plan on using him to their advantage. But Vic and Eugene are doing whatever they can to stop the vampires along with several other adventures along the way.

This is a hilarious series that I have enjoyed following along with. It’s more of a comedy of errors following Vic and Eugene on the search for the Morbius diary. They truly are an Odd Couple. They clearly would rather be anywhere than working together, yet they have to make the best of it.

Then you have Tru and Nadia. Watching them interact was interesting. Tru clearly loves her and is rather upset that she was bitten by a vampire and slept with him. Nadia balances on the fine line of dark and evil and willing to help Tru. How they break the curse comes back to Vic and Eugene and had me laughing hysterically.

This is a great series, a wonderful story with lots of action, blood, and hilarity around every corner. This is one series that I recommend everyone read.

I received Vampire Vic 3 from the authors for free. This has in no way influenced my opinion of this book.

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The Shimmering Road


The Shimmering Road (Charlie Cates – 2) by Hester Young

Five months after the events at Evangeline, Charlie Cates and her boyfriend Noah are anticipating the birth of their baby daughter in Texas.

Their excitement about the future is tempered, however, by a recurring nightmare Charlie has about getting shot in the belly while showering. Is her dream simply the product of an anxious mind, or is it a premonition, a message that she and her daughter are in danger?

When Charlie learns that the mother who abandoned her as a toddler, is the victim of a double murder in Arizona, she thinks it has nothing to do with her. Yet the other victim—a half-sister Charlie never knew she had—has left behind a child, a little girl who speaks to Charlie in her dreams.

Convinced that she must help her orphaned niece, Charlie travels with Noah to Arizona, where she must confront her own painful ties to her mother … and untangle a web of secrets that will reveal the truth of her own nightmare.

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 Hester Young

Author’s Bio

Hester Young holds a Master’s degree in English with a Creative Writing concentration from The University of Hawai’i at Manoa, and her work has been published in literary magazines such as The Hawai’i Review. Before turning to writing full time, she worked as a teacher in Arizona and New Hampshire. She lives with her husband and two children in New Jersey. Her first novel, The Gates of Evangeline, was named one of Publishers Weekly’s best books of 2015, an Indie Next Pick, a SIBA Summer Okra Pick, and a finalist for the International Thriller Writers Thriller Award for “Best New Novel.”

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My Review

4 stars

Charlie Cates is late in her pregnancy and happy with her boyfriend Noah. But Charlie is having nightmares again and the one where she gets shot in the shower is bothering both her and Noah. Then she has the vision of a child walking through blood and learns that her half sister and mother has been killed. She is dreaming about her niece Micky. Charlie and Noah head to Tucson, Arizona to help Micky, solve the murder investigation, and learn more about her own past.

This is a great mystery. There are so many possible murderers and for a variety of reasons. I really liked how Charlie learned more about her past. I makes you understand why she doesn’t really want to adopt Micky at first. It was interesting all the things you have to go through to adopt a child, I never realized how involved it could be. Then you have the whole immigration issue too since Ruben, Micky’s father lives in Mexico.

There is a lot happening in this story that keeps you guessing until the end. I like The Gates of Evangeline and I really love the sequel. Although you will have more background story I do think you could read The Shimmering Road as a stand-alone mystery. Make sure to get a copy today.

I received The Shimmering Road from the publisher for free. This has in no way influenced my opinion of this book.

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There Was a Little Girl


There Was a Little Girl by Cynthia Luhrs

THERE WAS A LITTLE GIRL is a psychological thriller that will have you taking a closer look at the people you thought you knew.

No one is what they seem…
Katherine Hope Jones is a seemingly normal woman with a well-paying job. The horror of her childhood carefully hidden away. But after she witnesses an act of animal cruelty, her tightly constructed world comes crashing down as past and present collide.

You never know who’s watching…
As the lies pile up and she desperately tries to maintain two identities, a smart animal control officer has discovered something disturbing. Someone is killing animal abusers. Hope slowly unravels from an upstanding citizen into something else. Vigilante. Champion. Killer. Hero…

As Hope takes incredible risks to punish the guilty, she’s blind to the danger closing in around her. For someone powerful and dangerous has taken notice of what she’s been up to…

Everyone has a line they won’t cross…until they do.

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Author’s Bio

Cynthia Luhrs writes time travel because she hasn’t found a way (yet) to transport herself to medieval England where she’s certain a knight in slightly tarnished armor is waiting for her arrival. She traveled a great deal and now resides in the colonies with three tiger cats who like to disrupt her writing by sitting on the keyboard. She is overly fond of shoes, sloths, and tea.

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My Review

5 stars

When Katherine Hope Jones was seven, she watched her father beat her mother and dog Max to death. Her grandparents take her and give her a good life. Now, years later, she goes by Hope and seems to have the perfect life, handsome and perfect boyfriend, and executive life. But the horrors she lived through always haunt her. When she learns about someone that abuses an animal and received lenient punishment Hope snaps. She starts making a list and plans on taking care of those that abuse animals herself.

Not being caught after the first murder, Hope is empowered and starts planning future kills. But she is not as careful as she thinks and her multiple lies for her behaviors are starting to catch up to her. Will the police catch on to who the killer is? Will she be behind bars soon?

Hope has grown from the ashes of her past but the memories are a lot closer to the surface than a quick glance would show. But Hope gets sucked into her vigilante world and the pieces of her life start slipping through her fingers. Jackson is not so perfect and his true nature starts to show. Then there is Greyson, the one fighting to be the voice for those abused without one. And no matter how well she thinks she is covering, the police are hunting down this killer of animal abusers.

So I love animals and try to help out as much as I can. I follow a lot of rescues and such on Facebook and I completely understand what Hope is feeling. You can donate and volunteer but in the end there is always someone suffering. I admit I get to the point that I had reading or watching another video of how horribly an animal was treated and I wish the abusers got their just desserts.

This is a great thriller that kept me guessing. I admit that I had a different ending in mind but this one works too. Because this story revolves around animal abuse there are several scenes that I had a hard time with. But I loved following along as Hope fell deeper down the rabbit hole in her search for justice.

This is a great story and one I recommend everyone check out. Well, except those that have a hard time with animal abuse.

I received There Was a Little Girl from Ari at Candid Book Reviews for free. This has in no way influenced my opinion of this book.

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Canvas of the Heart


Canvas of the Heart by Melissa Taggart

Canvas of the Heart is romantic novel about a young woman with cerebral palsy, and how she rises above the term disability through her relationship with friends, family, and above all, the man who becomes her husband.

Funny, sexy and inspirational, the book focuses on Lindsey’s insights, struggles and triumphs, teaching us that those with disabilities can also lead rich, full lives.

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Author’s Bio

Georgia native Melissa Taggart is a believer in tackling challenges. Diagnosed with CP at the age of three months, as a child she discovered that writing offered her a way to deal with a speech impediment. It not only paved the way for better communication, but she transformed a challenge into the voice of a writer eager to teach the world that people with disabilities are people with the same lives, loves and longings as anyone else.
Through Melissa’s amusing, insightful and touching stories, she addresses issues and common misconceptions in a way that will open the eyes and hearts of readers everywhere. Her goal is to deliver her special message with humor and candidness, as well as bring greater awareness about the real world of the disabled.

When Melissa is not busy creating the universe of Lindsey, Jason and Max, she enjoys spending time with her family and friends. She also volunteers part-time in a first grade classroom helping the kids with worksheets and games and other activities…


My Review

4 stars

Lindsey has cerebral palsy and uses a wheelchair to get around. But she is bound and determined to be independent and not let that define her. Lindsey’s next door neighbor and best friend, Becky brings over her new boyfriend, Jason and they three become friends. Then Becky and Jason split. Becky drifts away from Lindsey and Jason is accepted into nursing school in another town. Later, Lindsey and Jason find themselves back together.

This is a good romance story. I think it’s great how Lindsey has cerebral palsy, you don’t find stories like this often and it makes this book that much better. I love Lindsey, she is a strong woman and determined to be independent. Jason is a great person, very loving and caring. I love how Lindsey keeps encouraging to be an artist.

If you like sweet romance stories, this book will appeal to you. It makes you step out of your comfort zone but leaves you happy and hoping the best for Lindsey and Jason.


I received Canvas of the Heart from Socially Awkward Book Nerd and Melissa Taggart for free. This has in no way influenced my opinion of this book.

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The Secret Billionaire



The Secret Billionaire

By Teymour Shahabi

Genre: Young Adult Mystery

March 24. Billionaire Lyndon Surway takes off in his private plane and never returns.

His will leaves the entirety of his wealth—one of the largest fortunes in history—to his “dear friend Lucian Baker.” Only there is no trace of anyone by that name. And the fortune itself is nowhere to be found.

Andrew Day knows nothing of wealth and privilege, but he won a scholarship to study at the most exclusive school in the country, in the town where the mystery, decades later, remains unsolved. There he discovers friendship and danger with the aristocratic Cameron and the beautiful Olivia. But watchful eyes follow him everywhere… Until, one night, he comes across a secret that will change his life. As he begins to unravel what really happened to the Surway fortune, the question remains: who is Lucian Baker?

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Winner: Northern California Book Festival, Best Young Adult Book, 2016

Winner: Great Midwest Book Festival, Best Young Adult Book, 2016

Winner: Florida Book Festival, Best Young Adult Book, 2016


About the Author

Teymour Shahabi was born in Paris of Persian parents in 1985. He moved to the United States to study Comparative Literature and Mathematics at Harvard University. He lives in New York City where he’s spent the last few years among serious professionals, many of whom probably prefer to read nonfiction. The Secret Billionaire is his first published book.

You can watch him try to figure out writing and life at http://www.facebook.com/Teymour.Shahabi.

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Hansel and Gretel


Hansel and Gretel by Mike Klaassen

A famine decimates a magical realm, and the family of ten-year-old Hansel and his little sister face starvation. Their parents decide that the best hope for all of them against almost certain death is to abandon the children deep in the forest, but Hansel leads Gretel home by following a trail of pebbles that glow in the moonlight. Still desperate, their parents prevent Hansel from finding more pebbles, and then they abandon the children even deeper into the forest, where they become thoroughly lost. Hansel and Gretel follow a white bird to a shack in the woods and fall captive to Petra, an evil witch, who fattens Hansel for slaughter. Hansel tricks Petra into thinking he isn’t fattening, then pushes her into the oven—only to discover that they may not yet be out of danger.

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 Mike Klaassen

Author’s Bio

“Mike Klaassen is the author of the series “Klaassen’s Classic Folktales,” which so far includes two of the Brothers Grimm tales retold a novellas: “The Frog Prince” and “Hansel and Gretel.” Mike has also written “Backlash: A War of 1812 Novel,” and two young-adult novels: “Cracks” and “The Brute.” He has published two nonfiction books: “Fiction-Writing Modes: Eleven Essential Tools for Bringing Your Story to Life” and “Scenes and Sequels: How to Write Page-Turning Fiction.” Mike publishes “For Fiction Writers,” a free, monthly, online newsletter about the craft of writing fiction.



My Review

5 stars

We all know the story of Hansel and Gretel. A famine causes two kids to but left in the woods but Hansel is smart and finds a way to get home. They are then taken further into the woods and left. The kids find a white bird then follow it to a house made of sweets. Inside is a witch that plans on fattening up the kids to eat. They trick her, cook her, and make their escape.

Mike Klaassen has re-written the story and updates it to give it a more modern feel. In his novella, the father reluctantly talks about leaving the kids in the woods. There is also a richer description to the story. It smooths the flow of the story compared to original. There is also a change as Hansel is the one that pushes the witch into the stove as opposed to Gretel.

Over all I like how Klaassen has re-written the story. It definitely adds to the well know tale. But what I liked the best was the original story was included at the end of the novella so you could compare the re-worked version.

If you like fairytales that stay true to their original version, you will love this novella. I see that Klaassen has re-written The Frog Prince and I’m very curious to see how that compares. I will definitely be adding Mike Klaassen to my future reading lists.


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The Last Grand Master

By Andrew Q. Gordon

Genre: Fantasy/SciFi

In a war that shook the earth, the six gods of Nendor defeated their brother Neldin, God of Evil. For three thousand years, Nendor and the Seven Kingdoms have known peace and prosperity and Neldin’s evil was nearly forgotten.

But then Meglar, wizard-king of Zargon, unleashes the dark magic of the underworld and creates an army of creatures to carry out his master’s will. One by one, the sovereign realms fall as a new war between the gods threatens to engulf Nendor.

Leading the opposition to Meglar is Grand Master Farrell. Young and untried, Farrell carries a secret that could hold the key to defeating Meglar—or it could destroy the world.

Farrell is joined by Nerti, queen of the unicorns, and Miceral, an immortal muchari warrior the Six have chosen as Farrell’s mate. As Farrell and his new allies make plans to counter Neldin’s evil, Meglar forces their hand when he invades a neighboring kingdom. Rushing to help their ally, Farrell and Miceral find themselves in the middle of the battle. Cut off from help, Farrell attempts an untried spell that will either turn the tide or cost him and Miceral their lives.

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About the Author

Andrew Q. Gordon wrote his first story back when yellow legal pads, ball point pens were common and a Smith Corona correctable typewriter was considered high tech. Adapting with technology, he now takes his MacBook somewhere quiet when he wants to write.  Andrew’s imagination has helped him create works of high fantasy, paranormal thrills and touch of the futuristic.

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