Indie Reads – August 2015

Indies Unlimited does not review books, but we do have a couple of renowned reviewers on staff. We thought a great way to celebrate indie writing would be to ask those reviewers for their top indie picks of the month. Here are this month’s top picks from our experts:


A Fate Worse Than Death 120x177A Fate Worse Than Death by Jonathan Gould

“If you want never-fail enjoyment and no-disappointment assurance you’re going to pick up a brilliant book, here it is.”

Read the rest of the review by Cathy Speight.

A Fate Worse Than Death is available through Amazon.com.


Goody One Shoe 120x177Goody One Shoe by Julie Frayn

“…intense and humorous. She’ll keep you turning pages until the end.”

Read the rest of the review by BigAl.

Goody One Shoe is available through Amazon.com.


Born in a Burial Gown 120x177Born in a Burial Gown by Mike Craven

“…Craven reveals just enough to keep pulling the reader through to the very satisfying end. Simply superb.”

Read the rest of the review by Keith Nixon.

Born in a Burial Gown is available through Amazon.com.


Wishing Will 120x177Wishing Will by Daniel Harvell and Benjamin Lund

“…an entertaining book children and their parents will easily enjoy reading together.”

Read the rest of the review by Michael Thal.

Wishing Will is available on Amazon.com..


High Maintenance 120x177High Maintenance by Lia Fairchild

“The twists in the story are well played and believable. I found this an intelligent, fun novella…”

Read the rest of the review by ?wazithinkin.

High Maintenance is available at Amazon.com.


Indie Reads – July 2015

Indies Unlimited does not review books, but we do have a couple of renowned reviewers on staff. We thought a great way to celebrate indie writing would be to ask those reviewers for their top indie picks of the month. Here are this month’s top picks from our experts:


Ashes of Life Erica Lucke Dean 120x177Ashes of Life by Erica Lucke Dean

“I would recommend this story to everyone, even if you don’t normally read contemporary fiction or young adult.”

Read the rest of the review by ?wazithinkin.

Ashes of Life is available through Amazon.com.


Woods Runner by Rejean Giguere 120x177Woods Runner by Rejean Giguere

“A fascinating glimpse into a fictionalized life of a Woods Runner as he traded ironware for pelts with the native American tribes.”

Read the rest of the review by Pete Barber.

Woods Runner is available through Amazon.com.


CXVI the beginning of the end by angie smith 120x177CXVI: The Beginning of the End by Angie Smith

“As a thriller, this ticks all the boxes and it’s meticulous and precise. I really like Angie Smith’s writing…”

Read the rest of the review by Cathy Speight.

CXVI: The Beginning of the End is available on Amazon.com..


Feng Shui & Charlotte Nightingale by Pam Ferderbar 120x177Feng Shui & Charlotte Nightingale by Pam Ferderbar

“I rarely read a book where I picture many scenes unfolding in exquisite detail like I did here.”

Read the rest of the review by BigAl.

Feng Shui & Charlotte Nightingale is available at Amazon.com.


Knightswrath by Michael Meyerhofer 120x177Knightswrath by Michael Meyerhofer

“Meyerhofer continues with his superb writing and keeping with the epic fantasy genre.”

Read the rest of the review by Sooz.

Knightswrath is available through Amazon.com.


Indie Reads – June 2015

Indies Unlimited does not review books, but we do have a couple of renowned reviewers on staff. We thought a great way to celebrate indie writing would be to ask those reviewers for their top indie picks of the month. Here are this month’s top picks from our experts:


The Agora Files by Adam Oster 120x177The Agora Files by Adam Oster

“From start to finish, I had trouble putting The Agora Files aside. Adam Oster has a talent to keep pulses racing…”

Read the rest of the review by Michael Thal.

The Agora Files is available through Amazon.com.


The Modigliana Girl by Jacqui Lofthouse 120x177The Modigliani Girl by Jacqui Lofthouse

“This is a beautifully written novel (and I mean that in every sense of the word). …unusual, fascinating and multi-layered novel.”

Read the rest of the review by Pete Barber.

The Modigliani Girl is available through Amazon.com.


Pennies for the Damned by Edward LornPennies for the Damned by Edward Lorn

“As the bodies stack up I just keep repeating, “it’s only a book, and they had it coming anyway.” It usually helps.”

Read the rest of the review by BigAl.

Pennies for the Damned is available on Amazon.com..


Burning Through 120x177Burning Through by Melissa Bowersock

This is a gripping book that will have you planning a couple of sittings to finish it. …a perfectly structured plot.”

Read the rest of the review by Cathy Speight.

Burning Through is available at Amazon.com.


Dragons Web by Lynne CantwellDragon’s Web by Lynne Cantwell

“Ms. Cantwell has done an excellent job weaving this timely story together with several players. The story has several interesting twists that I didn’t expect.”

Read the rest of the review by ?wazithinkin.

Dragon’s Web is available through Amazon.com.


Indie Reads – May 2015

Indies Unlimited does not review books, but we do have a couple of renowned reviewers on staff. We thought a great way to celebrate indie writing would be to ask those reviewers for their top indie picks of the month. Here are this month’s top picks from our experts:


Sacrificial Lamb Cake by Katrina Monroe 120x177Sacrificial Lamb Cake by Katrina Monroe

“If you’re up for a good laugh and some good-hearted poking of fun at organized religion, Sacrificial Lamb Cake will fill the bill.”

Read the rest of the review by BigAl.

Sacrificial Lamb Cake is available through Amazon.com.


Gas Food Wifi by Caryn Rose 120x177Gas, Food, Wifi by Caryn Rose

“…without planning you’ll find things or “things will find you,” and even if that doesn’t happen, “the drive itself will bring you something.” From experience, I know she’s right.”

Read the rest of the review by BigAl.

Gas, Food, Wifi is available through Amazon.com.


Elizabeths Midnight by Aaron Michael Ritchey 120x177Elizabeth’s Midnight by Aaron Michael Ritchey

“The characters are unique, charming, and the relationships have a realistic feel to them. I have to say, well done!”

Read the rest of the review by ?wazithinkin.

Elizabeth’s Midnight is available on Amazon.com..


deadinburgh origins by Mark Wilson 120x177dEaDINBURGH Origins by Mark Wilson

“…this is an absorbing, well constructed read that really adds to the previous novels, providing depth and background to a level I don’t think I’ve come across before.”

Read the rest of the review by Keith Nixon.

dEaDINBURGH Origins is available at Amazon.com.


The Cuckoos of Batch Magna by Peter MaughanThe Cuckoos of Batch Magna by Peter Maughan

“I swear I could hear birds singing, branches rustling and water lapping as I read. That’s how enchanting it is.”

Read the rest of the review by Cathy Speight.

The Cuckoos of Batch Magna is available through Amazon.com.