Release Day Review: Trace by E. Davies

A guy walks into a bar and his life changes. Leo Sanderson is trying to find his way after returning to Knoxville from the military, He puts his war photography experience has a forensic photographer. He knows this isn't a permanent choice so he attends college. That isn't working either. Looking for something to do,... Continue Reading →

Let The Reviews Begin

Thanks for joining me as I attempt to read all of the words! I am a voracious reader; I probably read 20-30 novels and novellas a month. Even though I have many non-fiction books in my library, I prefer reading fiction. Shakespeare, Twain, and Steinbeck are great, but they have lost their luster after all these years in... Continue Reading →

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