Glossolalia by Tantra Bensko (A Review)

Nancy is a young woman held hostage by her own mind in the intricately layered and darkly entertaining book Glossolalia. She sleepwalks through a shadowland of conspiracies and secret societies, snake-handling churches, and the evil intentions of a maker of forbidden chemicals. There’s danger aplenty — actual and imagined — in this fictional story laced…

The Blackmail Photos by Michael P. King (A Review)

The best couple of con artists in contemporary fiction are back in this excellent new installment of the Traveling Man series by standout author Michael P. King. This is inventive noir fiction at its best as the Travelers, this time operating under the alias of George and Roslyn Harrison, try to shake down a philandering…

Arm in Arm With the Holy Spirit by Patrick Day (A Review)

A Review by Don Sloan It is Friday, October 11, 2011. Paul Chambers has just been told he has terminal pancreatic cancer. Like so many others hearing this kind of news, he goes numb. His wife, Molly, passes out. How could a merciful God do this to one of His precious children? This is the…

These Thy Gifts by Vincent Panettiere (A Review)

A Review by Don Sloan All Father Steve Trimboli wants is for his Puerto Rican flock of immigrants to be able to worship in peace at the Brooklyn storefront that doubles as Our Lady of Siena Catholic Church. But it’s 1956 and racial tension is running high in the borough. Suddenly, the door to the…