Category Archives: Lume Books

“Red Means Run” by Brad Smith – Book Review

I originally reviewed this title on January 2nd, 2012. Back then, I didn’t have many followers so the book didn’t get any attention. I thought that since Lume Books have taken over the Endeavor Press catalog, I would try to … Continue reading

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“A Shape on the Air” by Julia Ibbotson – Book Review

Viv DuLac present day – a university lecturer in medieval studies who has recently been betrayed and swindled by her live-in partner. The stress of the ending of this relationship coupled with the imminent loss of her home create the … Continue reading

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Lume Books – amazing Good Friday Ebook giveaway! @lume_books #kindledeals #ebooks

Lume Books (formerly Endeavor Media) is hosting a spectacular giveaway. Just the thing to cheer you up and keep you occupied while you self-isolate. Today and tomorrow only, you have the opportunity to download any (or all) of fifty of … Continue reading

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“The boy from Zion Street” by Geoffrey Seed – Book Review

An articulate and beautifully rendered story that shows how the sins of the fathers do often profoundly effect subsequent generations.  As Shakespeare once said: “The sins of the father are to be laid upon the children.” Like many historical novels, “The … Continue reading

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“Red means run” by Brad Smith – Book Review

Brad Smith’s latest thriller “Red means run” set in rural upstate New York, exhibits good, sound story-telling and introduces a new and compelling protagonist. The title is from a lyric from “Powderfinger”, an old Neil Young song. The subtitle, ‘a … Continue reading

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