When it comes to legal thrillers, Chris Shella knows his stuff!
A lemming, a ferret, and lots of pirates figure in an imaginative and intelligent adventure.
A perfect blend of old south, beach bum, funky character in a mystery thriller.
What do you do when your family, friends and church turn against you?
And So It Goes: Kurt Vonnegut: A Life is a solid enough biography, but I advise that there’s no better way in knowing an artist than examining the work itself.
Hunger and malnutrition are growing, and the international community needs to act fast to avert a massive humanitarian disaster
Sometimes we don't see the obvious.
The McCarthyite lawyer gets a musical examination.
Matthew 25: Ministries is on the front lines taking on the growing hunger crisis in America.
That little yellow sponge who lives under the sea does it again!
Lightweight but greatly entertaining.
A Pact not worth making.
The Adventures of Tintin tries to capture the energy and spectacle of Steven Spielberg's latest cinematic release; but falls short of it's own goal.
For RPG fans that never played these classics, Origins is easy to recommend.
The Roman Catholic Church's leaders want a special exemption from federal legislation because, well, they are the Roman Catholic Church.
When did some of my friends on Facebook become Mitt Romney's expert tax accountants?
A worthy tribute to bluegrass legend Bill Monroe.
The Mike Keneally Band cooks up a storm at the Baked Potato night club in L.A.