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The King of Hearts (Part 4 of the Red Dog Conspiracy) by Patricia Loofbourrow

The first book in this series sucked me in though noir is not my preferred genre, being largely about the worst in people. Jacq of Spades balanced the dark world with a young woman, Jacqui, determined to do right by … Continue reading

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Gutshot: The Catastrophe by Patricia Loofbourrow

The author of this novelette posted a teaser as part of a social media snippet challenge that offered enough to make me curious about the story. I later learned it was an origin story from The Red Dog Conspiracy, a … Continue reading

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Vulnerable by Patricia Loofbourrow

I have a soft spot for stories about people who are trying to live normal lives while the wealthy and well positioned go about rewriting the rules in their favor. Vulnerable is a short work set in the world of … Continue reading

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The Ace of Clubs by Patricia Loofbourrow

The Ace of Clubs is the third book in the Red Dog Conspiracy and a very complicated novel for oh so many reasons. If you haven’t read the series, be aware there will be spoilers not for this book but … Continue reading

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The Alcatraz Coup by Patricia Loofbourrow

This novella is the prequel to the Red Dog Conspiracy and lives up to the noir feel of those books. It’s a story for the current fans in many ways, and so gives a sense of what happened to bring … Continue reading

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