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Ketchup on Everything by Nathan Robinson
Ketchup on Everything by Nathan Robinson
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“Ketchup on Everything” by Nathan Robinson is absolutely nothing like the title might suggest to you. In fact, it apparently is nothing like anything Nathan Robinson has previously written, although I’m only repeating what I’ve read elsewhere. “Ketchup on Everything” is a powerful, touching story of a man and his wife, living life in a constant state of unsettledness following the disappearance of their 8-year-old only child, Evan. The raw emotion of that universal fear of every parent on Earth is profusely tangible in this poignant and haunting tale of love and loss.

I have several other books by Nathan Robinson, and I will be reading them very soon. Robinson may have veered… Read more
Nataliee's Alien Nightmare II:The Dulce Chronicles by Markus  Fredericks
5.0 out of 5 stars Truly a Nightmare!, 3 Dec 2013
"Nataliee's Alien Nightmare II: The Dulce Chronicles" by Markus Fredericks and Bob DeLong is an adrenaline inducing escapade involving private American citizens, CIA and other government entities empowered to kill certain of those American citizens in the "national interest", and at least three distinctly different alien species. Furthermore, courtesy of a surprising number of stereotypical "mad scientists", there are also a great many bizarre experimental hybrid life forms held in secret cages far from prying eyes.

"The Dulce Chronicles" is the second story in a trilogy, or possibly a longer series. In a number of places I felt I might have benefitted from having read the first… Read more
The Deal by Roberta Gibson
The Deal by Roberta Gibson
"The Deal" by R.J. Gibson is a brilliantly crafted suspense-filled thriller, worthy of a seasoned professional writer. I was honored when the author asked me to read an earlier draft of this book, and write a review just as if the book were already published. In that private "practice" review, I stated that the way things looked, she was going to produce a real page turner that's pure genius. Having just finished reading the final product, I have to say she definitely accomplished that.

"The Deal" is a fascinating tale of murder, revenge, extortion, double-crosses, back-stabbing, and so many twists you won't want to take a break until you find out what happens next. In "The… Read more