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Author Archives: Taylor Whalen

Book Review: ‘The Mystery of Moutai’ by G.X. Chen


The story line is intriguing and the author approaches the novel in an interesting way, by weaving together fact and fiction, showing us the cultural history of China in the 20th century. Read More »

Book Review: ’84 Ribbons’ by Paddy Eger


A coming of age novel about a young girl's dreams of joining the ballet. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Solace of Stone’ by David de Wolf


A not-so-coincidental airport meeting gets a man and woman considering the choices they made in life. Read More »

Book Review: Q: Awakening by G.M. Lawrence

Declan Stewart must locate the scattered clues to solve a 2,000-year-old puzzle in a race against hostile forces that would turn Q to their own dark ends. Read More »

Book Review: The Trojan Horse Conspiracy: The Infiltration and Destruction of American Democracy by Dick Nelson

An ex-Navy SEAL heads a group of agents that confront the KGB, MSS intelligence services, Al-Qaeda terrorists, and spies infiltrated in the U.S. government. Read More »

Book Review: Haole Wood by Dee DeTarsio

Jaswinder Park is mysteriously summoned to the island of Maui in Hawaii to help her grandmother... Read More »

Book Review: Who’s in Charge?: An Educational Outlook for All by Donna Harla

This is a must read for families, educators, legislatures, taxpayers, and all voters. Read More »

Book Review: Overtaken by Valerie Storey

"Marry in haste, repent at leisure." Portrait painter Sara Elliott has never been afraid of risk. Read More »

Book Review: Scone Island: An Ike Schwartz Mystery by Frederick Ramsay

The death of the mysterious Harmon Staley should not concern them at all, but Ike’s past as a CIA agent rolls in. Read More »

Book Review: Dying Echo: A Grim Reaper Mystery by Judy Clemens

What did she know and most importantly, who were the three people she spoke of when Death carried her away? Read More »