Saturday, January 4, 2014

2013 & 2014 Winter Kindle Reads

"Mark One" by John Hindmarsh ...A thriller about clones!

"Off World" by Robin Parrish ...Mars mission goes horrible wrong!

"Immortality Gene" by John and Sheilia Chapman

"First Activation" by D.A. & M.P. Wearmouth

"Lion of Babylon" by Davis Bunn

"Black Monastery" by William Stacey...a Viking tale with supernatural repercussions!  A LibraryThing winner!

"The Fifth Crusade" by Mark Rutler...Another Viking tale of a master Icelandic Blacksmith joining the last Crusade.

1 comment:

Henry Kellner said...

Book Review Request

New Psychological Thriller Explores Relationships Between Main Characters

Terror at Mirror Lake

If you think Hannibal Lecter was evil, wait until you meet Luke Downing, a killer so evil he makes Lecter look like an altar boy.

Terror lurks in the shadows of Mirror Lake, where secrets of sex, lies, and death are all patiently waiting to surface from its murky depths. The small town of Hamptonville seems the last place you would find sadistic sex, drugs, blackmail, and murder. But that’s exactly what Bruce Orum, his girlfriend Cindy Garvey, and two married couples encounter when they meet Luke Downing, a psychopath who takes pleasure by inflicting pain on his victims. At Mirror Lake Downing takes the two married couples prisoner and plans to torture and humiliate them before killing them. But he does not know that Sheriff Jeff Parker and his partner Molly Hutchison are on his trail and determined to stop him. From page one all the way to the breathtaking ending, you will find yourself on pins and needles waiting to see what happens next.

Terror at Mirror Lake is more than just another psychological thriller. In its pages the author describes the causes of Luke Downing’s evil nature, his relationships with others, and the relationships between the two married couples he plans to torment and kill.

Readers may download this exciting new novel by author Hank Kellner at AMAZON and at the Smashwords website,

About the Author: Hank Kellner is a retired associate professor of English. He is the author of 125 Photos for English Composition Classes (J. Weston Walch, 1978), How to Be a Better Photographer (J. Weston Walch, 1980), Write What You See (Prufrock Press, 2010), and, with Elizabeth Guy Reflect and Write: 300 Poems and Photographs to Inspire Writing Prufrock Press, 2013). His other writings and photographs have appeared in hundreds of publications nationwide.