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    The Battered Wife and Her Five Little Kids All Dressed in White #BookReview | angelakaysbooks on WordPress.com

    Title: The Battered Wife and Her Five Little Kids All Dressed in White Author: George Garrigue Print Length: 138 Publisher: Quail Creek Press Publication Date: September 21, 2016 Sold by Amazon Digital Services LLC Language: English Formats:  Kindle Goodreads Genres: True Crime, Criminal Procedure Synopsis: It was pitch dark outside a stately New Jersey mansion early in the morning of Tuesday, July 11, 1916. Inside, a man’s body lay on the floor. His wife held a smoking gun. Two little girls crept from their bed and clung to their mother. She arose with the revolver carefully pointed away from them, and then, in fright, threw it down. She sank back and wept. The six-year-old ran to soak…

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    I. Williams #BookReview | angelakaysbooks on WordPress.com

    Title:  I. Williams Author: R.G. Miller File Size: 1056KB Print Length: 201 Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1514105799 Publisher: R.G. Miller Publication Date: December 3, 2016 Sold by Amazon Digital Services LLC Language: English ASIN: B01MYW1KME Formats:  Kindle Goodreads Genres: Psychological Thriller It has been a long while since Detective Isis Williams’ last confrontation with Stacey McHill, one-half of the serial killer twins. Williams has failed to apprehend the teenaged serial killer and is now faced with embarrassment among her colleagues and severe depression. While Williams and Toni are assigned to desk duty by their new captain, babies are being snatched in broad daylight throughout New York City and replaced with lifelike dolls. Detective Williams has succumbed to paranoia and…

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    Soul Blade #BookReview | angelakaysbooks on WordPress.com

    Title: Soul Blade Author: Aaron Hodges Print Length: 300 Publication Date: November 28, 2016 Sold by Amazon Digital Services LLC Language: English Formats:  Kindle Goodreads Genres: Science Fiction, Fantasy This is the third and final book in the Sword of Light trilogy, and I loved it. We open with a sword fight, which held my interest greatly with all the visible action within the words. Then once we get back the into the lives of Eric and company, we’re reminded of plenty of back story. Because of this, if you haven’t read Stormwielder or Firestorm, don’t worry, you’ll pick up pretty quickly. However, I highly recommend Soul Blade’s predecessors because then you’ll get the feel of…

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    Gypsies, Tramps and Weeia #BookReview | angelakaysbooks on WordPress.com

    Title: Gypsies, Tramps and Weeia Author: Elle Boca File Size: 4094KB Print Length: 262 Publisher: Poyeen Publishing Publication Date: February 1, 2016 Sold by Amazon Digital Services LLC Language: English Formats:  Kindle Goodreads Genres: Science Fiction, Fantasy Synopsis: Sworn to protect the secrets of their race, marshals are trained to police Weeia hiding among humans. After completing her advanced marshal training, Danni is blown away by her new plum assignment to Paris. But, all is not well in the City of Lights; the offices are a shambles, her boss is apathetic, and her predecessors died under mysterious circumstances; it’s almost like somebody doesn’t want the law there. Despite that she risks her life in the seedy underworld of…

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    Stormwielder #BookReview | angelakaysbooks on WordPress.com

    Title: Stormwielder Author: Aaron Hodges Print Length: 321 PublicatioCopy a Postn Date: December 1, 2015 Sold by Amazon Digital Services LLC Language: English Formats:  Kindle Goodreads Genres: Fantasy, Science Fiction This is the first book of the Sword of Light Trilogy. Eric is a young man with powers that is capable of wielding mass destruction. He doesn’t know how to control it, so he spends much of his time in exile from anything and anyone that he knows. That is until Alastair, a mysterious old man, who seems to know more about Eric that even Eric does. After Eric unintentionally destroys a town, he and Alastair set out to escape from Eric’s enemies. Through his guilt of…

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    Soul Blade–Book Three of Three in the Sword of Light Trilogy | angelakaysbooks on WordPress.com

    I’ve been reading Aaron Hodges’ Sword of Light trilogy. The first book, Stormwielder has already been reviewed on my site, and I truly enjoyed it! You may easily find my review by clicking here. Soul Blade Title: Soul Blade Author: Aaron Hodges Series: The Sword of Light Trilogy Genre: Epic Fantasy/Sword and Sorcery Release Week Price: $0.99 Page count: 300 pages Soul Blade Amazon Link: https://www.amazon.com/Soul-Blade-Sword-Light-Trilogy/dp/0473375184/ Giveaway: http://blog.ravenpublicity.com/giveaways/sciencefiction-fantasy-win-3-paperbacks-giveaway-kindle-amreading Soul Blade Excerpt Link: https://1drv.ms/b/s!AiW-Qzg6KJmRgbp3yl1h_Rh42xWgcw Soul Blade Three nations are crumbling. Darkness is gathering. And only Eric remains to stand against it. Eric stumbles through the wilderness, searching, hunting – desperate for sign of his sister. But the girl is gone, stolen away by the power of the Soul Blade. With…

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    The Last Day of Captain Lincoln #BookReview | angelakaysbooks on WordPress.com

    Title: The Last Day of Captain Lincoln Author: EXO Books File Size: 15244KB Print Length: 133 Publication Date: November 15, 2015 Sold by Amazon Digital Services LLC Language: English Formats:  Kindle Goodreads Genres: Sci-Fi Summary Captain Lincoln’s last day is the hardest day of his life. An old, onetime Captain of the interstellar spaceship USNAS Hope Eternal, Lincoln always knew that this day would come. For just as birthdays are carefully planned, so are deaths. And although he must reckon with his fate, this is not a somber story. It is a tale of love and sacrifice, told in the context of the most advanced civilization ever to exist—a society that has taken to the stars in an…

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    Reasons You Didn’t Ask Of Why I Write | angelakaysbooks on WordPress.com

    30 Wednesday Nov 2016 Posted by AngelaKaysBooks in NaNoWriMo ≈ Leave a comment There’s something special about forgetting the messed up world we live in and diving into an alternate universe—whether it’s romance, mystery, sci-fi, etc—and solving their issues…we have more control. I think that if I didn’t write, God would drop a mountain on my head…pretty sure He wanted to when I came close to throwing in the towel of my debut, The Murder of Manny Grimes. I’m a dreamer, so why not write it on paper? People that prefer reading to writing want to escape just as badly as I do. So I write for my readers in…

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    Half A Step Away From Love #BookReview | angelakaysbooks on WordPress.com

    Title: Half a Step Away From Love Author: Olga Kuno File Size: 2227KB Print Length: 416 Publication Date: June 15, 2016 Sold by Amazon Digital Services LLC Language: English Formats:  Kindle Goodreads Genres: Historical Fiction, Romance Half a Step Away From Love reminded me a lot of Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice. It follows Inessa Antego, who is the first lady-in-waiting to be the Duke’s sister. She does everything in order to please her mistress–be it aid in the escape of a secret lover, steal portrait, etc. However, duties are being threatened by the desires of her own heart: Lord Cameron Estley. This novel was originally written as a bestseller in Russia, which I thought was pretty neat…

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    Class of ’59 #BookReview @Johnheldt | angelakaysbooks on WordPress.com

    Title: Class of ’59 Author: John Heldt File Size: 740KB Print Length: 293 Publication Date: September 1, 2016 Sold by Amazon Digital Services LLC Language: English Formats:  Kindle Goodreads Genres: Historical Fiction The first book of John Heldt I read was book number three of his American Journey series, Indiana Belle, which I thoroughly enjoyed. Class of ’59 is the fourth installment. As with Indiana Belle, you don’t have to read the others in order to enjoy this one. As I began to delve into Class of ’59, I fell in love with the story line. All the characters were easy to love. The only thing that seemed to bother me, though not for long, was…