Whisper of Hope by J.B. Millhollin

Rating: ★★★★

RCR Says: “While the story is quite heavy on dialogue, which might turn off readers who are looking for a more atmospheric experience, quick scenes and a constant drip of dramatic tension give the book an almost breathless lightness, making it the perfect summer read.”

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Sacred Vines: A Finger Lakes Wine Mystery Novel by Don Stevens

Rating: ★★★★★

RCR Says: “The author crafts dialogue that feels realistic and purposeful, and his descriptions of wine and the Greater Finger Lakes region are good enough to make you want to put the book  down and buy a ticket to see the terrain with your own eyes—if only you could manage to pull yourself away from the page.”

Marco Martinez by R. M. Allan

Rating: ★★★★

RCR Says: “As it stands, the plot is engrossing and zippy, hitting all of the major genre markers, while avoiding a reliance upon cliche. Marco Martinez is sure to appeal to both new and established fans of Westerns.”

Great Hunger by Tom Franciskovich

Rating: ★★★★★

RCR Says:Great Hunger is a self-help book written for the social media age… Franciskovich puts it best: ‘Never forget that the harder you work, the luckier you will get.'”

The Center of Gravity by Patricia Brandon

Rating: ★★★★★

RCR Says: “Made up of short chapters that primarily alternate between the grueling storylines of Sonne and Rainer as they each navigate conflicted lives locked under Nazi control, The Center of Gravity is, without a doubt, an important work of historical fiction.”