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Book Review: Tsar by Ted Bell

Lightning-fast paced and suspenseful, Ted Bell's latest thriller, Tsar, is one hell of a great story. Read More »

Book Review: The Roswell Legacy – The Untold Story of the First Military Officer at the 1947 Crash Site by Jesse Marcel, Jr. and Linda Marcel

Do extraterrestrials exist? Are the otherworldly visiting earth now? Do we have alien craft invading our airspace? Read More »

Audio Book Review: Wild Fire by Nelson DeMille

What would happen if a terrorist group exploded a nuclear weapon on U.S. soil? Read More »

Book Review: Hitler’s Judas by Tom Lewis

Packed with suspense, tension, and great writing, Hitler’s Judas is a grand experience Read More »

Book Review: Nothing to See Here by David L. Post

Could I be pushed this far? How well do we really know the people in our lives? Read More »

Book Review: The White Cascade by Gary Krist

Visit 1910 and the driving force of rolling snow and wreckage that demolishes two snowbound trains. Read More »

Book Review: Napoleon’s Pyramids by William Dietrich

The Pulitzer-winning journalist William Dietrich offers an adventure novel that mixes history and mystery with a whole lot of fun. Read More »

Book Review: Dr. Gott’s No Flour No Sugar Diet by Peter H. Gott, M.D.

A fast read with simple and effective instruction for weight loss. Read More »

Coffee House Review: Charlie Bean

Charlie bean is not just a coffee shop; it’s an experience. Read More »

Book Review: Bomb Squad – A Year Inside the Nation’s Most Exclusive Police Unit by Richard Esposito and Ted Gerstein

The job of the terrorist is to spread terror. The bomb is simply a tool. Read More »