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Romantic Fantasy

  • Marked (Servants of Fate Book 1)
  • by Sarah Fine
  • 4.1 out of 5 stars   (274)

  • Release Date: January 1, 2015
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There’s so much to celebrate about Sarah Fine’s first novel for adult readers that I struggle with where to start. How about the setting? The year is 2099, and a mysterious near-apocalypse has left Boston flooded with a network of interconnected canals. In these former... Read more
— Jason Kirk, Editor

Suspense

  • Release Date: January 1, 2015
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Nazi cruise-ship time travel. Need I say more? I was completely sold on The Last Passenger before I even received the manuscript. A hard-to-believe, impossible-to-forget idea from the mind of one of the most successful authors I’ve worked with in my... Read more
— Gabriella Page-Fort, Editor

Thriller

  • Release Date: January 1, 2015
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Care to visit an idyllic medieval town along the Rhine? Notice the trapezoidal shape created by the towers at each corner; feel the history breathing through the walls. Fatal Puzzle both inspired me to visit Zons, one of the few villages of its kind left in... Read more
— Gabriella Page-Fort, Editor

Mystery

  • Release Date: January 1, 2015
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In Guardians of the Night, author Alan Russell builds the solid framework of a police procedural, then surprises me: he gives his detective a scene with no body, and the only witness—a man on the fringes of society—claims that the victim was an angel... Read more
— Alison Dasho, Editor