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Return to Hiroshima

Return to Hiroshima by Bob Van Laerhoven

1995, Japan struggles with a severe economic crisis. Fate brings a number of people together in Hiroshima in a confrontation with dramatic consequences. Xavier Douterloigne, the son of a Belgian diplomat, returns to the city, where he spent his youth, to come to terms with the death of his sister. Inspector Takeda finds a deformed baby lying dead at the foot of the Peace Monument, a reminder of Hiroshima’s war history. A Yakuza-lord, rumored to be the incarnation of the Japanese demon Rokurobei, mercilessly defends his criminal empire against his daughter Mitsuko, whom he considers insane. And the punk author Reizo, obsessed by the ultra-nationalistic ideals of his literary idol Mishima, recoils at nothing to write the novel that will “overturn Japan’s foundations”….

Hiroshima’s indelible war-past simmers in the background of this ultra-noir novel. Clandestine experiments conducted by Japanese Secret Service Unit 731 during WWII become unveiled and leave a sinister stain on the reputation of the imperial family and the Japanese society as a whole.

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About the Author

A fulltime Belgian/Flemish author, Laerhoven published more than 35 books in Holland and Belgium. Some of his literary work is published in French, English, German, Slovenian, Italian, Polish, and Russian. Three time finalist of the Hercule Poirot Prize for Best Mystery Novel of the Year with the novels “Djinn”, “The Finger of God,” and “Return to Hiroshima”; Winner of the Hercule Poirot Prize for “Baudelaire’s Revenge,” which also won the USA Best Book Award 2014 in the category “mystery/suspense”.

His collection of short stories “Dangerous Obsessions,” first published by The Anaphora Literary Press in the USA in 2015, was hailed as “best short story collection of 2015” by the San Diego Book Review. The collection is translated in Italian, (Brazilian) Portuguese, Spanish, and Swedish.  “Retour à Hiroshima”, the French translation of “Return to Hiroshima,” is recently finished. In 2018, The Anaphora Literary Press published “Heart Fever”, a second collection of short stories. Heart Fever, written in English by the author, is a finalist in the Silver Falchion 2018 Award in the category “short stories collections”. Laerhoven is the only non-American finalist of the Awards.

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My Review

5 Stars

This story is about Mitsuko, the daughter of Rokurobei. Rokurobei is considered the reincarnation of a Japanese demon runs the Yakuza. He feels his daughter is insane and has to protect his empire from her. Mitsuko can handle the abuse no longer and leaves and finds herself staying with Reizo, an author that is writing a novel that will change everything.

We also have Xavier Douterloigne that is trying to come to terms with the death of his sister while visiting the country he spent most of his youth in. And Inspector Takada who finds the twisted body of an infant at the Peace Monument and strange assaults on tourists.

This is an amazing story with so much happening. Each player has their role to play and at first it doesn’t seem to connect between each person and the time periods. But the more you read the story starts to circle around and around and mesh everyone together. I admit that I didn’t see how things were connected but the more you read the more you are drawn into the web.

If the people were not enough, we also go through time with Unit 731 and the experiments that were done during World War II. Something that I had an idea of what was done but is over shadowed by the atrocities from the Nazi’s. This plays a huge role along with the dropping of the atomic bombs too.

I am not that big into history normally but I really enjoy a good story that blends history like Return to Hiroshima. It has so many layers from simple family connection and our interactions with people. But then you add in the history, the events that took place, and how it has effected the world them and today which adds another dimension.

I loved this brutal story and recommend everyone check it out. I am really curious to read Bob Van Laerhaven’s other works.

I received a complimentary copy of this book. I voluntarily chose to read and post an honest review.

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The Ring of Gilly Wood by Ruth Banister

 ‘There he is,’ whispered Vixen. ‘It’s true then,’ said Buck Rabbit. ‘He’s just a small mole,’ said Doe Rabbit. ‘He’s not just a mole,’ said Vixen.  A great queen loses a ring. Hundreds of years later a ring slips onto the paw of a young mole. The mole grows to be a wise and trusted leader of Gilly Wood and all the animals that live there. But a great threat is coming. Can one small mole save a whole valley? Mole sets out to do just that with friends he makes along the way and the strange thing on his paw…

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About the Author

Ruth was born on a hot August day on a farm in Sussex. Her English teacher once made her write a story about wasps after one landed on her during a lesson. She still hates wasps but she loves writing. Ruth now lives in Kent with her family and their strange dog.


My Review

5 Stars

Many years ago Queen Elizabeth came through the area and bathed her feet in the river, enjoyed a lunch at a local tavern, and lost a very special ring. The story then starts with a very young mole losing his family to a vixen. He happens to have the ring slip on his paw and this helps save him. This helps Mole make friends with Owl and shows him that the surface world is bigger than his little tunnels.

Mole also makes lots of friends with the other animals that come to him for advice. The suggestions are very helpful and make the animals really think about the results. There are many great morals that the animals learn from these suggestions. But then the Gilly Woods are threatened by humans hunting the animals or wanting to turn the woods into a golf course.

I loved this story. What a great way to teach morals and consequences to children! This story talks about real things like humans hunting the animals, foxes eating rabbits and moles, and such. Real life situations that are not pretty but necessary. I loved how the animals learn that working together helps everyone.

This is a wonderful story for children and adults alike. I strongly recommend adding it to any child’s book shelves.

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Fat Chance


Fat Chance by AB Morgan

A missing barrister, a severed thumb and fat chance of finding out the truth.

Ella Fitzwilliam’s world is about to spiral out of control. She’s not cut out to be a private investigator. With little or no aptitude for the job, she’s been sent undercover to expose the hidden lives of two men who meet nearly every week at Buxham’s – a private members’ club where portions are large and secrets are held in strictest confidence.

One of those men is Harry Drysdale, a defence barrister, and the other is Marcus Carver, an eminent surgeon with a tarnished past and much to lose. Ella knows he has unhealthy appetites, she’s sure he’s feeding his perverted habits and putting his female patients at risk but she has to prove it.

When Harry Drysdale goes missing, Konrad Neale TV journalist tries to reveal the truth behind the lies, but some of the secrets start to reveal themselves… and they are big.

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About the Author

Alison Morgan lives in rural Bedfordshire, UK, with her engineer husband and bonkers dog. Life is never boring and they are usually planning the next adventure. Alison spent several decades working on the front line of mental health services as a specialist nurse and latterly as manager of an early intervention service for first episode psychosis. However, when a heart problem brought her career to a juddering halt, she had to find a way of managing her own sanity, so she sat down to write some useful clinical guidelines for student nurses. Instead, a story that had been lurking in her mind came spewing forth onto the pages of what became her first novel. Since then she has been unable to stem the flow of ideas and writes full-time from a luxurious shack at the top of the garden. Alison writes under the name A B Morgan and. within her storylines, she continues to make good use of her years of experience in mental health services, where the truth is often much stranger than fiction.

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My Review

5 Stars

Ella Fitzwilliam has just lost another job when Val, a friend from the past talks her into getting her private investigator’s license. It seems easy enough but she is going to learn that she really isn’t cut out for it. She would rather model nude for artists. But Val is on the hunt for some people that have harmed and are known to hang out at the private club Buxham. Val sends Ella in for recon and Ella learns that this club caters to those that enjoys ladies like Ella.

But then one of the men disappears and TV reporter, Konrad has a show where he looks into different cases to expose truths that were hidden. So he decides to start looking into the one man’s disappearance. There are secrets that are hidden and they are going to come to light quickly.

Ella is a great girl with a personality big as her. I love her confidence as she is posing and working in Buxham. This was not where I thought this story was going but it was a great read that kept me engaged. Ella is kind of a bumbling and not what you would think of as a PI but she gets the job done in her own way. The two guys she are interesting and as the secrets are revealed I was not expecting the results.

This is a wonderful story and one I recommend checking out. I loved it and can’t wait to read more about Ella Fitzwilliam or other books from AB Morgan.

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Ensnare (Berlin Butterfly – 1) by Leah Moyes

Stay or flee? Life or family? An impossible choice.

It’s Aug 13, 1961, in Berlin Germany. Nationale Volksarmee soldiers roll barbed wire across the war-torn city to create the first Berlin Wall.

Families are separated, livelihoods destroyed, death comes easily as crippling fear paralyzes the occupants on both sides of the wall. Fifteen-year-old Ella is faced with an agonizing decision. Does she risk crossing the wall and possible death to reach her family? Or does she embrace her new life and blossoming love that could be wrenched from her at any moment? West Germany and possible freedom or East Germany and controlled chaos?

Ensnare, the first book in the “Berlin Butterfly” series, is a story of life, love, survival and the struggle of living through the dark early years of the Berlin Wall. Readers will be captivated with Ella’s strength, determination, and vulnerability as she opens her heart amidst a dangerous and terrifying journey.”

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Leah Moyes

About the Author

Leah Moyes is from Arizona but experienced many parts of the world in thanks to a career in the airlines. Now most of her time, aside from writing, is spent with her family, reading Historical Fiction novels or studying ancient cultures as a student of Archaeology.

She always believed she was born in the wrong time period, but since she doesn’t have access to a time machine she must write and read intriguing stories of the past.

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My Review

5 Stars

Ella has had a tough start in early 60’s Berlin. The only ones he has is her brother Josef and best friend, Anton. They did everything together until she gets adopted. But shortly after she finds a family she loses her mother and the first Berlin wall is created. She decides to stay in East Berlin with her failing father instead of leaving with Josef and Anton. Shortly after the wall is build she loses her father and finds herself employed to work off the funeral costs.

As Ella works off her debt, she finds the family’s son, Stefan particularly vile. He clearly hates her but we all know thinks have a way of working out. Ella has to balance her current life along with her relationship to someone that is not socially acceptable. Life in East Berlin is difficult but has a way of working out.

This is a wonderful historical story. I admit that I’m horrible and don’t know a lot of history regarding the Berlin Wall. Ensnare really brought it to my attention. I felt for Ella, she didn’t have a lot but she did have her own family. What a tough decision to make by staying behind as the wall went up! But when things seem toughest there is always a way.

This is a wonderful story and one I recommend for those that like historical romances. It really opened my eyes to a lot of what was happening. It sounds like this is going to be a trilogy and I would love to see where it goes from here.

I received a complimentary copy of this book. I voluntarily chose to read and post an honest review.


“El?” The sound was barely a purr, but there was no doubt where it emerged from.

I glanced at Anton then down to Papa. The commotion must’ve startled him awake. I went to him but delayed my touch, knowing he would sense my uneasiness. I knelt to the side of the couch and leaned my face in until I felt his breath on my cheek.

“Go,” he mumbled.

I looked at him alarmed, although the darkness hid my face. Is he really telling me to leave? I waited for a confirmation that came within seconds.

“You . . . must . . . go,” he gasped with very little strength.

I placed my trembling hand on the side of his face. “Please, Papa. Don’t make me choose.” My eyes stung from the strain. I looked back at Anton, my heart emotionally torn between the people I loved the most.

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Mythicals by Dennis Meredith

They’re real: fairies, pixies, werewolves, ogres! They’re aliens!

Drunken journalist Jack March can’t believe his bleary eyes when he stumbles onto a winged fairy! She vaults away into the night sky, and his unbelievable—and unbelieved—encounter leads to a stunning revelation that all the creatures of myth and legend are real!

Fairies, pixies, trolls, werewolves, ogres, vampires, angels, elves, bigfoot—all are alien exiles to the planet. For their crimes, these “mythicals” are serving out banishment disguised in flesh-suits enabling them to live among the planet’s natives.

Jack reveals their secret to the world, along with a horrendous discovery: they have decided that the native “terminal species” must be eradicated before it ruins its home planet’s ecology.

In this riveting scifi/fairy tale, Jack joins with sympathetic fairies, pixies, and ogres to attempt to save the planet from the mythicals, as well as the mysterious alien cabal known as the Pilgrims.

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Dennis Meredith

About the Author

Dennis Meredith brings to his novels an expertise in science from his career as a science communicator at some of the country’s leading research universities, including MIT, Caltech, Cornell, Duke and the University of Wisconsin. He has worked with science journalists at all the nation’s major newspapers, magazines, and radio and TV networks and has written well over a thousand news releases and magazine articles on science and engineering over his career.

He has served on the executive board of the National Association of Science Writers and has written numerous articles and guidebooks on science writing and science communication. He has also served as a judge and manager for the NASW Science-in-Society Awards and the AAAS Science Writing Awards.

He was a creator and developer of EurekAlert!, working with The American Association for the Advancement of Science to establish this international research news service, which now links more than 4,500 journalists to news from 800 subscribing research institutions.

In 2007, he was elected as a AAAS Fellow “for exemplary leadership in university communications, and for important contributions to the theory and practice of research communication.” In 2012 he was named the year’s Honorary Member of Sigma Xi, the Scientific Research Society.

He holds a B.S. degree in chemistry from the University of Texas (1968) and an M.S. in biochemistry and science writing from the University of Wisconsin (1970).

He is currently writing science articles, non-fiction books and science fiction novels. He also develops and conducts communication workshops for researchers seeking to enhance their communication skills, both professional and lay-level. He has developed workshops for researchers at universities, research foundations, and government agencies and laboratories.

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My Review

5 Stars

Jack March is a drunken reporter. One night he sees a fairy trying to squeeze into a skin tight flesh suit. Of course he sees a story and tries to tell everyone about it. But no one believes him, he IS a well known alcoholic. But the fairy and other creatures that are hiding in plain sight believe him and are trying to keep their world secret.

The Pilgrims have decided that they like our world but feel that the humans are destroying it. So the best way to preserve the world is to remove the problem, humans. Thankfully not all of the creatures feel this way. There are some sympathetic to human and are willing to help him save the world.

This is a great story. I was sucked into it as soon as I read about A’eiio and her husband before and during the party. What a crappy position to be in yet when you read “Damnnity-damn-damn…Shit!” you can’t help but continue. And Jack, he is a drunk but still a reporter and wants to get the story out. Although he doesn’t seem to be the savior of the human race he does suck it up.

This is a great fantasy/scifi story that will draw you in and not let you go. The ending was kind of expected but still a good one. If you like fantasies you should check out this book.

I received a complimentary copy of this book. I voluntarily chose to read and post an honest review.

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Zaftan Troubles by Hank Quense

I hinted at these books in December and have finally gotten to post their reviews.


Contact (Book 1)

An alien mining ship discovers a planet loaded with rare earth minerals. The aliens, known as zaftans, plan to fill their ship with the mined minerals. Unfortunately, the planet is inhabited by intelligent beings. But what could possibly go wrong with a simple mining operation on a planet with primitive natives?
The zaftans negotiate with the government for permission to mine the minerals. The aliens vow to respect property rights and not damage any property.

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My Review

4 Stars

We start this story out in space on a Zaftan spaceship. The Zaftan’s are a corporate driven society and this is one ship that goes out and gathers minerals from various planets. The planet they have just discovered is rich with the minerals they need the only problem is that it is inhabited. The captain has decided to negotiate with the local government to mine the area.

On the planet we learn that there are several creatures from dwarves to elves to humans. Each race has their own things going for them but the biggest problem they have is the government that is out for itself instead of thinking for the people. So when the Zaftan’s land and start making deals the government is very excited to help them.

This is a quick read that creates this wonderful world full of those just wanting to live and those willing to exploit the first group for their own gains. The book did take a little bit to get warmed up and going but it is the first book in the series. I quickly come to like MacDrakin and Leslie. Of course I couldn’t stand the Zaftan’s but I wasn’t supposed to like them.

This is a great start to the series and I’m excited to see how Confusion continues it.


Confusion (Book 2)

Afterwards, the zaftans deploy robotic explorers to search for minerals. The robots trespass on private property and also destroy some property. A local gem miner, MacDrakin, uses his battle axe to destroy one trespassing robot. More robots are destroyed by yuk chieftain after the machines survey his tribal lands
Uh-oh! This isn’t going the way it was planned.

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My Review

5 Stars

We jump right into this story as the Zaftan’s have deployed mining robots to the planet. The government is bickering within itself and doesn’t tell the locals about the robots. When robots show up on MacDrakin’s land he promptly ends it. There are others that follow suit. Of course the Zaftan’s are irritated and demand compensation for the robots. While on the planet the people are trying to figure out what is going on.

We jump right into the action from the end of Contact. Everyone is trying to figure out why the robots are invaiding and they are not going to stand for it. MacDrakin and Leslie are working together and starting to get closer still. But MacDrakin is out to start a war with the robots while Leslie is trying to follow orders and help the people at the same time.

I really enjoy this series and like how it is quick enough to read on a lunch break. I love the relationship between MacDrakin and Leslie. I also feel for Leslie since she is trying to do what her bosses want but also wants to help the people.

I’m really excited to see where the story is going in the next book, Combat. This is a great series that I recommend checking out.

I received a complimentary copy of these books. I voluntarily chose to read and post a honest reviews.

Hank Quense

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Afterwards, the zaftans deploy robotic explorers to search for minerals. The robots trespass on private property and also destroy some property. A local gem miner, MacDrakin, uses his battle axe to destroy one trespassing robot. More robots are destroyed by yuk chieftain after the machines survey his tribal lands
Uh-oh! This isn’t going the way it was planned.

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The Mortician’s Daughter

The Mortician’s Daughter: One Foot in the Grave
by C.C. Hunter
Genre: Paranormal Romance
The first exciting novel in a brand-new series from New York Times bestselling author C. C. Hunter!
Her dad’s job is with the dead . . . and he’s bringing his work home with him.
Once again, seventeen-year-old Riley Smith is the new kid in school and her dad’s career has her back to being dubbed a freak. Truth is, she’s a much bigger freak than her classmates think. The only company she keeps these days is the dead who follow Dad home from work. She can see them. She can speak to them. And Fate seems to think she can help them solve their last problems so that they can move on to the other side. Which is odd, because with the loss of her mother and her father’s alcoholism, she’s got enough problems of her own.
But nothing could prepare her for the next tormented young spirit who darkens Riley’s door. The young woman’s death wasn’t the accident everyone believes. Soon Riley finds herself face-to-face with the killer and her only protection comes in the form of another spirit, Hayden, a boy her age with a heart-melting smile and understanding eyes that make her feel safe. If she can escape becoming the killer’s next victim, Riley knows she’ll have to help Hayden move on too, but what if she can’t let him go?
For thrills, chills, romance and laughter, buy The Mortician’s Daughter: One Foot in the Grave today.
Praise for C. C. Hunter’s Shadow Falls series:
C. C. Hunter has an amazing talent to make you laugh, cry, and laugh again all in the same chapter!” —Crossroad Review
Jam-packed with action and romance . . . Hunter’s lifelike characters and paranormal creatures populate a plot that will keep you guessing till the very end. A perfect mesh of mystery, thriller, and romance.”
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 My Review

5 stars

Riley Smith is the new kid again because of her dad’s inability to hold a job due to drinking. If that wasn’t bad enough she is also the freak because of her father’s job, he’s a mortician. He also tends to bring home the ghosts from work. Riley can see them and helps them cross over. But the most recent ghost, Abby is very troubled. Everyone thinks her death was an accident but Riley knows that it was a murder.

Riley has another ghost too, Hayden and he is not like any ghost she has visit her before. She can feel his touch and she cannot find an obituary. Riley decides to solve Abby’s murder and finds herself in the killer’s sights. Hayden is going to do everything he can to try and save her but together they might not be enough to keep Riley alive.

Riley is a great kid and I feel so bad for her. Her home life is tough but school is not going to be any better. I loved how she could help the ghosts cross over but Abby and Hayden were really a challenge. I really hoped that should could help Abby without getting herself killed.

The only thing that got me was the whole love triangle between the cheerleaders ex and the dead guy. We all know that I’m not a fan of then and know I just need to suck it up. Besides, the mystery made up for this.

This is a great story. I have read only one other book by CC Hunter and loved that book too. I can’t wait to read the next book in this series, Two Feet Under. I think I will be checking out CC Hunter’s other books too.

The Mortician’s Daughter: Two Feet Under 
Riley has accepted that her special gift is to help dead people with their unfinished business.  But she never thought she’d be tasked with helping the spirit of a convicted criminal who died in prison.  He may lead her on the scariest mission yet, but helping him could mean saving the life of a child.  The convict’s daughter needs a liver transplant and the one person who could still be a match is his brother…who also happens to be a gang leader.
Hayden’s not happy that Riley’s discovered who he is and is seeing him sick and unconscious in his hospital bed.  This feels like as good a time as ever to cross over and put all of them out of their misery….but Riley is in danger.  She’s visiting some of the most dangerous spots and confronting some of the creepiest low-lifes in town.  For her, he’ll need to regain his strength and fight to keep her safe.
But dealing with other people’s problems still can’t keep Riley from her own.  Her dad’s drinking has gotten worse.  And she’ll soon learn it’s because he’s been keeping a huge, horrible secret that will change everything she believes about her family and her mother’s death.
My Review

5 Stars

Riley has come to accept talking to ghosts and helping them cross. But she is hesitant to help the ghost that died at the prison, especially since the last ghost almost got her killed. But she steps up when she learns what he needs, to help save his daughter. Unfortunately his brother is the leader of a bad gang and she is in for trouble trying to convince him to help his niece.

Then there is Hayden, Riley has learned the truth and he is not impressed with her knowing. But she wants him to pull through and he will fight to live to keep her safe. Then there is Kelsey wanting to know what is going on. But if that was not enough it seems that her dad has been drinking to hide a secret about her mother.

The story has amped up since the first book. There is more on Riley’s plate with the ghosts, school, and her family life. Where do I even begin? So I love Hayden and I understand why he is trying to hook Riley up with his friend. Come on dude, she loves you!! And her father, I hope we learn more about Riley’s mother in the next book.

Riley has really grown with her gift but she still is very overwhelmed with everything going on. Thankfully she has those to help her. Now I can’t wait to get my grubby little hands on Three Heartbeats Away. I HATE cliffhangers when the next book is not published.

I received a complimentary copy of these books. I voluntarily chose to read and post honest reviews.

C.C. Hunter is the New York Times bestselling author of over thirty-five books, including her wildly popular Shadow Falls and Shadow Falls: After Dark series. In addition to winning numerous awards and rave reviews for her novels, C.C. is also a photojournalist, motivational speaker, and writing coach. In February 2018, Wednesday Books will publish her contemporary young adult and hardcover debut, This Heart of Mine. And the first book of her new paranormal young adult series, The Mortician’s Daughter: One Foot in the Grave will release on October
31st 2017. C. C. currently resides in Texas with her husband, junkyard dog, Lady, and whatever wild creatures that  meander out from woods surrounding home.
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