Posts Tagged ‘Robert M. Roberts’

DENVER, COLORADO Mark Sanborn is 7 years old when the death of his big brother is surrounded by mysterious circumstances. Following this childhood tragedy, a strange phobia manifests itself, and over the years, begins to consume him. 

At age 25, Mark finds himself alone after the death of his parents, so he loses himself in his work as a forensic pathologist, leaving no time for friends or a social life of any kind. His life dramatically changes the day he meets Iris Blue, an attractive waitress and nursing student. After a whirlwind romance, he’s certain that he has found his soulmate, the woman of his dreams.

A discovery in a faraway desert requires investigation and expertise of forensic scientists and medical personnel from around the world. Mark hesitates, but then decides to embark on this bizarre expedition. The scientists are in a state of shock when evidence points to the existence of an alien species. 

No one is prepared for what secrets are buried with the souls of the desert. 


Souls of the Desert is Robert Roberts second novel and it does not disappoint. Have you ever wondered if we are visited by beings from another world? Do you ever wonder what they might look like, or why they would be here? Roberts has given that ‘alien question’ a new twist.



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I haven’t had a lot of reading time the last few days so I’m a little behind on posting. I decided, in the interim, I’d let folks know what is coming in the next few weeks. I have a few more books that I have to review.

Currently I’m reading Slow Curve on the Coquihalla by R.E. Donald and will be posting my review as soon as I’m finished. So far I’m really enjoying the book.

Then I have an author interview and book review for Letters In Cardboard Boxes by Abby Slovin. I’d had this book on my wish list for a while when the author contacted me so I jumped right on that one. Woohooo!!  lol

Coming quickly after that is a guest post (an my review I hope) by author Emily Ward. She’s going to tell us about her upcoming books and their release dates and all kinds of fun stuff.


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“During the Korean War, a Navy pilot collides with an unknown aircraft. A deadly component from the crash lands on a remote island beach, and remains there until it is discovered decades later. The story rapidly progresses to present day, when U.S. sailor, Randy Farren, finds the round, rose-colored object on an uninhabited Korean island, and begins experiencing headaches, hallucinations, and nightmares.

This story follows the journey of the mysterious object, and explores the effects it has on everyone who tries to possess it. Insanity, murder, government conspiracies, and hints of humor and romance are included in the race against time, as the fate of civilization hangs in the balance.”

I was given a copy of this book by the author, Robert M. Roberts, in exchange for a review. I must say I’m glad he chose to let me read his book, I thoroughly enjoyed it.


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