“Composition of Life” by Thane Kreiner

COMPOSITION OF LIFE Thane Kreiner, Ph.D.Outskirts Press (2019)ISBN 9781977204646Reviewed by Carol Hoyer for Reader Views (08/19) “Composition of Life” by Thane Kreiner is a page-turner, truly a fascinating and deeply moving memoir of his journey through childhood wrought with alcoholism, abuse, mental health issues and domestic violence. Kreiner and each of his siblings learned to... Continue Reading →

“Collision Course” by Frank Lowe

COLLISION COURSE Frank LoweOutskirts Press (2019)ISBN 9781977204264Reviewed by Carol Hoyer for Reader Views (7/19) “Collision Course” by author Frank Lowe is fast-paced thriller, full of twists and turns. It will keep you guessing until the very end, while also making you curious about secrets we all keep. The story follows Scott Dennis and Bentley Thornton,... Continue Reading →

“Surviving the Business of Healthcare” by Barbara Galutia Regis

SURVIVING THE “BUSINESS” OF HEALTHCARE Barbara Galutia RegisOutskirts Press (2019)ISBN 9781478760498Reviewed by Sheri Hoyte for Reader Views (6/19) “Surviving the Business of Healthcare” is written from the perspective of Physician Assistant (PA), Barbara Galutia Regis. As a 4th generation family practice provider she brings her unique insight and knowledge about the healthcare industry, using this... Continue Reading →

“Seeking Glory” by Patricia Hamilton Shook

SEEKING GLORY Patricia Hamilton ShookOutskirts Press ISBN 9781478792048Reviewed by Carol Hoyer for Reader Views (4/19) “Seeking Glory” is author Patricia Hamilton Shook’s debut novel and I can honestly say it is an amazing fast-paced read, full of twists, surprises and intrigue. Kate Larue, divorced and estranged from her daughter Ally, is the co-owner of Sea... Continue Reading →

“Notes from the Trenches” by Gary H. Foster

NOTES FROM THE TRENCHES Gary H. Foster Outskirts Press (2018) ISBN 9781478792741 Reviewed by Paige Lovitt for Reader Views (02/19) In 1917, author Gary Foster’s grandfather, Leo Foster, enlisted in the Wisconsin National Guard. He was assigned to be a bugler in Company M of the Old Wisconsin 3rd Regiment. In 2010, the author was... Continue Reading →

“Tara” by J.G. Possum

TARA J. G. Possum Outskirts Press (2018) ISBN 9781432734602 Reviewed by Skyler Boudreau for Reader Views (2/19) “Tara” by J.G. Possum is a sci-fi novel following a group of men and women who have fled the planet Earth in the midst of an atomic war between nations. After traveling for fourteen months on their spaceship... Continue Reading →

“The Mind of a Deviant Woman” by Paula Paul

THE MIND OF A DEVIANT WOMAN Paula Paul Outskirts Press (2018) ISBN 97814787988282 Reviewed by Kimberly Luyckx for Reader Views (8/18) “The Mind of a Deviant Woman” by Paula Paul is a wonderful work of historical fiction documenting how a society’s effort to improve itself can lead to catastrophic consequences for the world. The story... Continue Reading →

“Cries at Sundown” by Stephen S. Janes

CRIES AT SUNDOWN Stephen S. Janes Outskirts Press (2018) ISBN 9781478752660 Reviewed by Carol Hoyer for Reader Views (01/19) “Cries at Sundown” by Stephen S. Janes is one of the most pivotal historical fiction books I have read. Janes is able to take the history and past atrocities of indigenous people, in this case Indians,... Continue Reading →

“Grey Canyon: Den of Bigfoot” by Jeff England

GREY CANYON Jeff England Outskirts Press (2018) ISBN 9781478732402 Reviewed by Anna Riley for Reader Views (1/19) In “Grey Canyon: Den of Bigfoot” by Jeff England, college radicals, a tree hugger, and loggers all face a mythical beast in a beloved forest. Mankind and “squatch”-kind all come together despite their differences to save the forest... Continue Reading →

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