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Book Review: ‘The Bridge to the Americas’ by Larry Seeley


The third book in Seeley's "Border Wars Trilogy" mixes murder, drug cartels and reservation casinos in an action-packed detective tale. Read More »

Book Review: ‘John Smith: Last Known Survivor of the Microsoft Wars’ by Roland Hughes


A good read in which our present is the distant and unimaginable past. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Managers, Martians & Monsters’ by Jonathan M. Freiman, PhD


Classic sci-fi and monster movies are used to help readers better themselves in the business world. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Psychiatryst’ by B. Michael Fett


A tangled web of murder and dismemberment not for the weak of heart. Read More »

Book Review: ‘About Time’ by Michael Murphey


A captivating sci-fi time travel novel of sex and parallel universes. Read More »

eBook Review: ‘The Last Man Out’ by James Kassel


A stranger arrives in a town full of secrets. Read More »

Book Review: Clear and Convincing Evidence: My Career in Intellectual Property Law – by George Gerstman


If being a Barrister is in your future, then this is a must read. Read More »

Book Review: Master Gardener: A novel about gardening, agribusiness, politics, love and Wylie Cypher by Rolf Margenau


A dramatic story, practical gardening tips and plenty to touch the reader’s funny bone. Read More »

Book Review: Cobra Combat by Robert E. Case


A military autobiography recommended for the whole family. Read More »

Book Review: Shadows & Wings by Niki Tulk

Tomas, a cellist and dreamer, denies the devastating changes happening in 1930's Germany -- until he is drafted into Hitler's Wehrmacht. Read More »