“Aptly taps into a creeping sense that scientific advancements are endangering the world in ways that are almost too difficult for most everyday people to comprehend.”
“The premise in The Silent Conspiracy is a good one, the tension is high, and the characters are well developed.”
“Miss Iceland is a beautiful novel about artistic aspiration and friendship. The storytelling sparkles . . .”
“Rage is essential reading for anyone hoping to understand Trump and his place—as cause and consequence—in American politics.”
“Lovers of Winnie the Pooh stories and The Wind in the Willows will find a contemporary story in the same vein.”
“A social commentary, revealing the evolving of a conspiracy very much at work today, targeting not only a specific minority but also any less privileged group, regardless of race or age.”
“Close enough to Christie’s own style that the reader could segue from Murder on the Orient Express into this present novel without a stumble.”
“False Alarm is a comprehensive analysis of the issues in climate change that represents a reasoned balance between the shrill voices demanding immediate change .
“Noumenon wasn’t just a place for subdimensional sentients to visit. It was so much more. . . .
“The Boy in the Field is a literary mystery novel. . . . Just not the kind that focuses on what happens on a patch of land, a highway, or even a country.
“In its best and final chapter, Prison by Any Other Name describes how every individual can help build a different sort of community and emergency-response system, one neighborhood
At the start of Alison Stine’s first novel, Road Out of Winter, the protagonist, a young woman named Wylodine (known as Wil) leaves her rural home in Ohio and sets out for California.