The Eterna Files by Leanna Renee Hieber

Leanna Renee Hieber's The Eterna Files is an alternate history fantasy set at the end of the 19th Century. Following her husband's assassination, Mary Todd Lincoln created a secret branch of government tasked with finding immortality. Almost twenty years later, the eclectic group of scientists, spiritualists, and mediums made a breakthrough—the so-called 'Eterna Compound,' but... Continue Reading →

The Sunken by S.C. Green

 S.C. Green's The Sunken is a steampunk-infused alternate history novel populated by metal men, dinosaurs, cannibals, dystopia, and a sprinkling of history. It makes for a fun filled romp that mixes and matches history and genre with infectious abandon and gleeful confidence. Set in an 1830s London very different from our own, it follows four young... Continue Reading →

London Falling by Paul Cornell

Paul Cornell's London Falling is a headfirst dive into urban fantasy. Recently this has been a genre dominated by noir and hardboiled detective influences. The Dresden Files is probably the primary and most successful example. Cornell has taken a slightly different tactic, wedding urban fantasy to a gritty cop drama. The result feels surprisingly fresh... Continue Reading →

Werewoman by Piers Anthony

Piers Anthony's WereWoman is a tongue-in-cheek fantasy noir romp, filled with Witches, Demons, Weres, Ghosts and Zombies. Anthony has a light comic touch and a strong command of the genres and world he has created. Philomen is a PI—newly licensed and fresh out of school. He is also a shape changing Were with an unusual... Continue Reading →

Book Review: White Rabbit by K.A. Laity

K.A. Laity's White Rabbit is tightly written fantasy noir. James Draygo is a disgraced former detective who makes a living as a genuine psychic masquerading as a fake. When a wealthy media mogul's wife is murdered in his office and he's left literally holding the gun, Draygo finds himself embroiled in a conspiracy involving cults,... Continue Reading →

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