Reading Links 12/19/17


Reading Links 12/19/17

Traci Kenworth



  1. A pharma pirate fights to keep drugs available to people who need them instead of the corporations who control them.
  2. What’s to fear if you’re already dead?
  3. The mythology in this book is on an epic scale.
  4. Some fantastic offerings here!



  1. Where she came from there were no windows.
  2. Japan 1319.
  3. Colleen Faulkner never believed in fairytales until she was thrust into one.
  4. Seventeen-year-old Alice and her mother have spent their lives on the road, running from the bad luck biting at them.
  5. Sixteen-year-old Annaree Stevens is the only one in her family without a superpower.


Romance/Women’s Fiction:

  1. Two mechanics. One rivalry. Let the motor games begin.
  2. Can the Jenny Wade house get her hitched in a year?





  1. Young Jo Mae Proud wishes her cruel brother dead.



  1. A wonderful book I can’t say enough about. What do you do when you find out your house is haunted?
  2. In the final chapter of the Hellequin Chronicles, secrets will be revealed, friendships will be tested, and destinies will be fulfilled.
  3. The perfect setup for a creepy thriller tinged with danger.
  4. Continues to cross the boundaries between horror, literary, and weird.
  5. A magnus opus of staggering proportions.



  1. When their daughter disappears during a church retreat, a couple hires Frank Rozzani to find her.
  2. If she wanted to change the world for one forgotten child, she chose the wrong man.
  3. The birds are flying. The birds are flocking. The birds know where to find her.
  4. The Bronx can be hard and hot, especially when you decide to screw the mob in the middle of summer.
  5. A solid, meaty-thriller.
  6. A haunted house that’s a matchmaker? Sold on this end!
  7. Ex agent sets out on a personal mission of revenge.
  8. No one is who you think they are.


Short Stories/Anthologies/Novella:





  1. The complicated relationship.





  1. Twenty years begins with a promise.
  2. A possible future based on human history.
  3. Martin Princeton is trapped on a cliff halfway down the wilds of Scotland.
  4. A biography of an unsung heroine.
  5. Followers of a strict religion.




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