Secret Agent Moscow Looks at L.G.B.T. Life in Russia (Book Review)

Secret Agent Moscow Looks at L.G.B.T. Life in Russia (Book Review)

Secret Agent Moscow: Part One – Goodbye, Natasha by talent graphic artist, illustrator, and author Jennifer Jigour documents in vivid colorful scenes the history behind queer life in post WWII Russia. This graphic novel can be enjoyed whether you’re gay or straight, as Jigour’s illustrations can equal the best of any graphic novel, and the […]

Shadows of Ghosts: Centaurs and Civil War (Book Review)

Shadows of  Ghosts: Centaurs and Civil War (Book Review)

If you like to read fantasy novels rooted in both mythology and which have a strong allegorical subtext, then Shadows of Ghosts by Stefan Haucke is a book you’ll want to add to your reading lists. It’s a novel about rumours of war that lead up to an actual Civil War, about the enslaved race […]

Buried by Kate Watterson (Book Review)

Buried by Kate Watterson (Book Review)

Buried is the latest thrilling book in Kate Watterson’s Detective Ellie MacIntosh series of novels. The first two were Frozen and Charred.In Buried, Detective MacIntosh faces two cases, which may or may not be related. The first of the two cases involves one or more cop killers, and the second one is about a corpse […]

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