Review: THE GHOST FINDERS by Adam McOmber

Henry Coxton, along with his friends Christopher and Violet, has recently taken over his mentor’s ghost finding business in Victorian London when he receives a strange summons to commune with a woman’s dead husband. When the friends arrive at the dilapidated mansion, they find themselves unwilling pawns of a scheme with cosmic implications.

Review: BIRTH OF THE ANIMA by Kelsey K. Sather

For fifteen thousand years, the Anima—the bridge between the human and the animal world—has been reborn, attempting to bring peace between humans and animals, even while humanity throws the world ever further out of balance. Now it is time for the twelfth and final Anima to be reborn, but how can she finally bring balance to the world when all the Anima before her have failed?

New Release: THE QUEEN OF THE CICADAS by V. Castro

wedding venue is the setting for a spooky ghost story they heard as children—the urban legend of la Reina de las Chicharras, a Mexican farm worker who was brutally murdered in the 1950s. Belinda finds herself obsessed with uncovering the story, and finds herself inextricably linked to la Reina.

Review: THE BLACKTONGUE THIEF by Christopher Buehlman

Kinch Na Shannack is a thief who owes a lot of money, but this is it: his one last job. He’s to accompany the knight he attempted to rob to the far reaches of the continent, and deal with everything that comes with that—man-eating goblins, humongous krakens, cantankerous witches, hidden assassins, bone-crushing giants, bothersome acquaintances, and a particularly persistent blind cat. And like all last jobs, this one is going to be a bit more than Kinch bargained for.

Review: THE UNWELCOME by Jacob Steven Mohr

Kait Brecker has finally escaped her abusive relationship with Lutz Visgara, and to help put it all behind her, she’s going on a weekend trip to an isolated cabin in the woods with friends. Well, one friend—Alice, her best friend from childhood. Alice’s boyfriend Ben, who doesn’t like or trust Kait, is providing the cabin, and acquaintance Riley is along for the ride. But they don’t know what Lutz is capable of, and now he’s on the mountain with them. And he’ll go to any length to get Kait back.

Review: FIREKEEPER’S DAUGHTER by Angeline Boulley

Daunis Fontaine’s Ojibwe grandmother always told her that bad things come in threes. After her uncle dies of an unexpected drug overdose and her other grandmother suffers a stroke out of shock, Daunis knows that the third bad thing is coming, and when it arrives, her whole life turns even more upside down. As a child of scandal across cultures, she has spent her entire life on the outside looking in—but now it’s up to her to find the insidious enemy in her community.

Review: DEAD ASTRONAUTS by Jeff VanderMeer

er. A leviathan broods in a pool. Three astronauts visit the City, over and over again. The reader is thrown into a dizzying loop of strange goings on and time-bending madness.

Review: THE GOOD HOUSE by Tananarive Due

Angela Toussaint is working on rebuilding her life after tragedy when she returns to her ancestral home, known to the folks around town as the Good House. As strange deaths and disappearances around the House continue to haunt her, she wonders if the place has been cursed.

Review: SHIP OF FOOLS by Richard Paul Russo

The Argonos is a spaceship that wanders aimlessly throughout the galaxy in search of habitable planets. Bartolomeo is the captain’s advisor, and the only person on the ship with the tenacity to deal with a developing situation: the possible existence of an alien ship never before seen by humans.


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