Excuse the pun, but the Better Readers Appreciation Group (B.R.A.G) has just awarded its latest round of Medallion Honorees and iUniverse Publishing is pleased that the following books and authors have received this prestigious award.
iUniverse Betrayal by Michele Kallio
“The book is a real page turner and has all of my favorite ingredients: history, intrigue, secrets, love, passion, betrayal and mystery. Although the chapters were told by different characters, I didn’t find it at all confusing and Kallio made me indentify with each of the characters. I didn’t like her portrayal of Jane Boleyn, George Boleyn’s wife, but that’s just me. All of the characters were believable and I enjoyed the contrast between the two historical periods and the lives of the two women. The story was drawn together beautifully at the end, with all the different threads and the reasoning behind Lydia’s dreams. I hope that Kallio will produce more novels as this was an excellent debut.”
iUniverse Kiss Her Kill Her by Lisa Dewar
“Dewar takes readers deep. Much of the book reads like a True Crime Book of facts, stating how each of the individuals got where they were that day–Tarryn describing his kills, Carmen describing her married life. As the time for Tarryn comes to act, he moves swiftly and readers are caught moving to the edge of their seats as pages move faster and tension mounts. Uniquely written, Dewar took me where I had never been before…
Fans of True Crime and serial killer fiction, and TV shows such as Criminal Minds will find this book strangely compelling.”
iUniverse A Beautiful Glittering Lie by J. D. R. Hawkins
“Oh my goodness. This book captured me from the beginning and I am not or at least I was not a fan of civil war books until now. It was very well written. Several times I could close my eyes and see and hear the scene vividly in my mind. Didn’t want to put it down till I finished it. Looking forward to reading more of Hawkins’ books! Buy it; read it, you’ll be fascinated too.”