Things That Go Bump in the Night: Here There Be Monsters” is a must-read for those who crave dark and thrilling tales that explore the depths of human nature and the unknown.
“An unexpectedly tender story with the panache and steaminess of a romance.”
This is an excellent read chock full of surprises great and small! If you like mysteries, you will love this one!
The Gladio Protocol
“The Gladio Protocol” is an electrifying action thriller that grabs hold of your attention from the very first page and doesn’t let go. The combination of murder, intrigue, and political subterfuge creates a gripping narrative that keeps readers on the edge of their seats throughout.
Lantern Across the Sea
Lantern Across the Sea by Michael Ponzio is a delightful romantic tale woven expertly into the rich political and religious history of the Mediterranean during the 13th Century. Mr. Ponzio continues to paint vivid mental pictures while expanding upon unique cultural traditions. He effectively captures the imagination and pulls you into the world of the past while effortlessly educating the reader of the complex history of the time. Hands down this is his finest work to date!
Maya is a stunningly beautiful book that captures the essence of the immigrant experience in America. Highly recommended for anyone interested in the history of immigration or the challenges faced by those who come to America seeking a better life.
Making Sense of Past Time – Novel
A journey of love, loss, but ultimately, a voyage of self discovery. A thoughtful novel about potential, perseverance, and coming into one’s own–one step at a time. I recommend this introspective novel to anyone.
Lady of the Play
“Lady of the Play” is an interesting and intriguing plot, fascinating characters, outstanding research and superb writing the author has penned a fine story indeed.
“An enthralling dystopian tale that keeps you on the edge of your seat from beginning to end.”
The Pebble Champion
It is so very well written that you will not even notice the pages flying by until you reach the end. I think this will be one of those books that stick with me for a while.