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The Great Lakes Plaza and Other Short Stories

Title: The Great Lakes Plaza and Other Short Stories Author: Douglas Bosack Publisher: Toplink Publishing ISBN: 9781635246193 Pages: 296 Genre: Short Stories Reviewed by: Christa Hill Hollywood Book Reviews Douglas Bosack builds richly imaged worlds and tangible imagery of places that I have never been in his collection titled The Great Lakes

An Iceberg’s Gift

Title: An Iceberg’s Gift Author: Donald F. Averill Publisher: Toplink Publishing ISBN: 9781947938258 Pages: 254 Genre: Fiction & Literature Reviewed by: Anita Lock Hollywood Book Reviews It is spring and brothers Luka and Rolan Ivanov, both in their twenties, are on their fishing boat constantly keeping their eyes open for a way

Tickling Chanterelle

Title: Tickling Chanterelle Author: George Bricker Publisher: Toplink Publishing ISBN: 978-1946801951 Pages: 342 Genre: Mystery Reviewed by: Lisa Brown-Gilbert Hollywood Book Reviews George Bricker's Tickling Chanterelle takes readers on a literary excursion back in time to 1937 Hollywood, where the young stars of a mystery radio show find themselves entwined in a

A Past Life

Title: A Past Life: As Told by Brave Hawk Author:  Dond Sylvain Publisher: Toplink Publishing ISBN: 978-1947620049 Pages: 154 Genre: Non-Fiction Reviewed by: Susan Milam   Hollywood Book Reviews Awarded to books of excellent Merit In A Past Life, author Dond Sylvain chronicles his journey as Brave Hawk. He receives the name

Bless Me Indeed

Title: Bless Me Indeed: Discover the Secret of Success Through a Bold and Powerful Prayer of Jabez Author:  Janet Kisyombe Publisher: Toplink Publishing ISBN: 978-1947620490 Pages: 106 Genre: Religious/Advice Reviewed by: Ella Vincent Hollywood Book Reviews Awarded to books of excellent Merit Bless Me Indeed is an inspiring and hopeful self-help book

The Kuiper Belt Deception

Title: The Kuiper Belt Deception Author: Donald F. Averill Publisher: Toplink Publishing ISBN: 978-1946801975 Pages: 284 Genre: Science Fiction Reviewed by: Joe Kilgore Pacific Book Review The best science fiction novels find a way to have just the right mix between science and fiction. Too much science and not enough fiction and

Cactus Jumpers

Title: Cactus Jumpers Author: Andrew Burch Publisher: Dorrance Publishing ISBN: 978-1-4809-1207-6 Pages: 346 Genre: Western Reviewed by: John Murray Hollywood Book Reviews The western genre has lasted so long for a good reason. While these books feature the cliché macho heroes, six shooters blazing, horseback chases, and stark landscapes, the main appeal is the triumph of good over

You Have Been Chosen

Title: You Have Been Chosen: The Identity of an Adopted Child Author: Mary Nyambura Muchiri Publisher: Toplink Publishing Pages: 128 Genre: Memoir/ Christian ISBN: 978-1946801395 Reviewed by: Ella Vincent Hollywood Book Reviews Awarded to books of excellent Merit You Have Been Chosen: The Identity of an Adopted Child is an inspiring and

For Beau

Title: For Beau: The Sarah Ashdown Story Author: Simon Gandossi Publisher: Xlibris ISBN: 9781524519889 Pages: 435 Genre: Historical Fiction Reviewed By: Anita Lock Pacific Book Review It is September 7, 2009, sixty-nine years since the Blitz—Hitler’s sustained aerial bombing campaign against Britain during the Battle of Britain (WWII). The date may seem

Poor No More – An American Dream

Title: Poor No More: An American Dream Author: Steven Bentley, MD Publisher: iUniverse ISBN: 978-1-5320-1161-1 Pages: 196 Genre: Memoir Reviewed by: Barbara Bamberger Scott   Hollywood Book Reviews Despite a deprived, dysfunctional upbringing, author Steven Bentley realized his dream to rise to personal and professional fulfillment as chromized in Poor No More