John Alleman

Reviewer John M. Alleman: John holds a bachelor's degree in Philosophy from the University of West Florida. His literary interests are numerous and eclectic, with a special affinity for environmental ethics and
metaphysics.

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Author:  Bosley Gravel
ISBN: 978-1906609241
Publisher: BeWrite Books

The Movie, written by Bosley Gravel, is quite a featherweight in the land of fiction weighing in at just a tad over 150 pages. But don’t let that deter you. This little gem is of the highest quality.



Author: Ben Tripp
ISBN: 978-1439165164
Publisher: Simon & Schuster Adult Publishing Group

Author: Ginger Mayerson

ISBN: 978-0982581315

Publisher: Wapshott Press

2010 witnesses the publication of Ginger Mayerson’s Electricland, a unique and clever narrative with remarkably intricate content for its brevity.



Authors: Wim Coleman & Pat Perrin

ISBN: 978-1935178071

Publisher: ChironBooks

I would recommend Juggler in the Wind because of that metaphor alone—and it just so happens that elements of magic, mystery, and oddity effectively put hot fudge, nuts, and a cherry on top



Author: Annabel Lyon

ISBN: 978-0307593993

Publisher: Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group


ISBN: 978-1439251966

Publisher: BookSurge Publishing

 Highly recommend Shadows in Summer for anyone ready for many an unsettling night of spine-tingling page turning


Author: William P. Crawford

ISBN: 978-1439235300

Publisher: BookSurge, LLC

With The Lake, Crawford showed his prestige with the pen and never ceased to pull out all the stops. I look forward to what the future holds for Mr. Crawford’s fiction writing career



Author: Roger Neetz
ISBN: 978-1-58982-592-5
Publisher: American Book Publishing Group

Generally I do not find novels driven by political intrigue and embassy life terribly interesting, but Roger Neetz’s Embassy Intrigue managed to hold the attention of even me



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