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A preview of the bi-monthly Fearless Reviews, featuring the best work of the independent press

The Fearless Reviews are back, with ten write-ups of fine recent works from the independent press, including:

  • the sixth adventure of horse-crazy Miranda and her modern problems
  • a thriller that moves through two story lines faster than lots of speeding bullets
  • an efficient collection of answers to the most pressing questions of pregnancy
  • a deliciously paranoid tale of corruption and persecution at a not very high level of government
  • the biography of a bass guitarist still living his legend
  • a radical handbook of transcendental eroticism
  • a novel examining the deeper metaphors of medicine and healing
  • a guide to working out life's problems through spiritual surrender
  • an award-winning handbook on helping canine cancer patients
  • a novel, memoir, or possibly a film history? devoted to a memorable B-movie starlet

You can catch the new reviews at

Every two months, we feature ten of the best indie-press titles we've seen recently in the web's most elegant book review format. We've been online since 1998 and are linked to by many bookstores, libraries, and literary resource sites on the web. See our review submission guidelines at

BTW Fearless also manages several other literary websites, including one for the Linda Chester Agency that's just been substantially updated. Get the scoop on such major upcoming titles as FIRST MAN, the authorized biography of Neil Armstrong, at

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