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. We sent them a questionnaire that asked six questions:
1. What was the best indie book you read this month?
3. Are you saying it’s better than my book?
4. Did you even read my book?
5. Would you say my book was a close second to the one you picked?
6. Do you mind if I say it was a close second?
Evidently, they only had time to answer the first question on the survey. Oh well – soldiering on – here are this month’s top picks from our experts:
The Earthquake Doll by Candace Williams
“…a gripping coming of age story set against a unique backdrop of time and place.” – BigAl.
Read the rest of the review by Big Al.
The Earthquake Doll is available through Amazon.com.
Price of Justice by Alan Brenham
“It had everything you could possibly want from a thriller: action, intrigue, corruption, deceit, and a very likeable detective on the hunt of some especially vile, seedy and slimy criminals.”
Read the rest of the review by Cathy Speight.
Price of Justice is available on Amazon.com.
In the Sunshine by PJ Lincoln
“I read the story in one sitting and thoroughly enjoyed the tale. A nice, light romance with a feel good factor.”
Read the rest of the review by Pete Barber.
In the Sunshine is available through Amazon.com.
The Dark Age by Jason Gurley
“I can’t remember the last time an author’s words had such an effect on me. … While The Dark Age: A Short Story is heart wrenching, it is also uplifting…”
Read the rest of the review by Fredlet.
The Dark Age is available at Amazon.com.
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The Unburied Dead by Douglas Lindsay
“An excellent, well written story that will appeal to readers of gritty, down to earth crime / noir.”
Read the rest of the review by Keith Nixon.
The Unburied Dead is available through Amazon.com.