David Thompson – Fang and Claw

To survive the untamed wilderness a man needs all the friends he can get. No one can battle the continual dangers for long on his own. Even a fearless frontiersman like Nate King needs help now and then and he’s always ready to give it when it’s needed. So when an elderly Shoshone warrior comesContinue reading “David Thompson – Fang and Claw”

Clive Cusler – Arctic Drift

A potential breakthrough discovery to reverse global warming… A series of unexplained sudden deaths in British Columbia… A rash of international incidents between the United States and one of its closest allies that threatens to erupt into an actual shooting war… NUMA director Dirk Pitt and his children, Dirk. Jr. and Summer, have reason toContinue reading “Clive Cusler – Arctic Drift”

Shall we tell the president? * Jeffrey Archer

Florentyna Kane is the first woman president of the United States. At 7.30 one evening, the FBI learn of a plot to kill her – the 1,572nd such threat of the year. At 8.30, five people know all the details. By 9.30, four of them are dead. FBI agent Mark Andrews alone knows the ‘when’.Continue reading “Shall we tell the president? * Jeffrey Archer”

Children of Dune * (Book 3) by Frank Herbert

I’ve finally finished this monster of a trilogy. Yes, I know there are more books but I think I’ll stop here with Frank Herbert and go back to Asimov. There was a seven-year gap between the publication of ‘Dune Messiah’ (1969) and ‘Children of Dune’ (1976), which is notable for being the first hardcover bestsellerContinue reading “Children of Dune * (Book 3) by Frank Herbert”

Dune Messiah * (Book 2) Frank Herbert

Having recently finished Dune by Frank Herbert, I decided to jump right in and read the second book in the series, following the immediate outcome from Paul of the House Atreides marrying princess Irulan alongside his concubine Chani. He’s now the new emperor and under his command are the Fremen and a lot of conspiring housesContinue reading “Dune Messiah * (Book 2) Frank Herbert”

Love, Snow and Mistletoe: Four Sweet Christmas Romance Novellas * Victorine E. Lieske

Her Fake Christmas Date By Victorine Lieske Jennifer uses an old friend as an excuse for why she can’t go on a blind date. She doesn’t know he’s been secretly in love with her since grade school. Holiday Rescue By Tamie Dearen Despite her fame as an author, Amy is all alone at Christmas. StrandedContinue reading “Love, Snow and Mistletoe: Four Sweet Christmas Romance Novellas * Victorine E. Lieske”

Dune by Frank Herbert

Though Dune won the Nebula and Hugo awards, the two most prestigious science fiction prizes, it was not an overnight commercial success. Its fanbase built through the 60s and 70s, circulating in squats, communes, labs and studios, anywhere where the idea of global transformation seemed attractive. Fifty years later it is considered by many to be theContinue reading “Dune by Frank Herbert”

Liberating Lacey (Marks Mercenaries Book 3)  BY N.J. WALTERS

Garth Marks and his brothers are space mercenaries and traders. Their life’s mission is to find their younger sister, who was kidnapped ten years before. Their search has led them to Eden, a planet that is home to a cult-like group.Lacey Freshlan wants to get away from Eden, and the strangers who have come hereContinue reading “Liberating Lacey (Marks Mercenaries Book 3)  BY N.J. WALTERS”

2028 * Ken Saunders

‘This is not quite how Peter Dutton imagines our dystopian future: crap technology, paranoid spies, cycling activists and even dumber politicians. Set phasers to stupid. Hilarious.’ –Wendy Harmer https://www.allenandunwin.com/browse/books/9781760631062 Welcome to the Australia of 2028 where parking meters double as poker machines, radio shock jocks have been automated, the Communist Party of China has turnedContinue reading “2028 * Ken Saunders”