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Book Review: The Architect by Brendan Connell

With The Architect, expecting the unexpected, and sometimes the unacceptable, is part and parcel of the author's refusal to settle for the merely unsettling. Read More »

Book Review: Mighty Mac by Marc Waldman

Targeted for pre-teens, Mighty Mac is a taut and action-packed adventure of a bully-besieged "social reject" who gets a chance to go from zero to hero. Read More »

Book Review: Planet Rock Doc: Nuggets from Explorations of the Natural World by Dr. Elsa Kirsten Peters

Planet Rock Doc compiles favorite features from syndicated newspaper columnist and geologist Elsa Kirsten Peters, covering energy, agriculture, climate, health, biology, physics, chemistry, and science history. Read More »

Book Review: Neil Young FAQ: Everything Left to Know About the Iconic and Mercurial Rocker by Glen Boyd

Boyd deftly juggles arcane and eminent facts in his exploration of the forever-in-flux artist, from his Canadian beginnings to California boom, and from “Mr. Soul” to Motown soul. Yes: Motown! Read More »

Book Review: Dadaoism: An Anthology, Edited by Justin Isis and Quentin S. Crisp

The novellas, short stories, and poems of Dadaoism celebrate the provocateurs and poets who are "always writing with words but never writing the word itself." Read More »

Book Review: Caring is Creepy by David Zimmerman

A teen girl takes a soldier captive for an insidious and often sweet ensnarement that is alternatingly tangled web and tender trap. Read More »

Book Review: Recollections: The Detroit Years: The Motown Sound By The People Who Made It by Jack Ryan, Thomas Saunders (Editor)

Really, the only things missing are the foot diagrams for choreographing the always-imitated, never-duplicated “Temptation Walk.” Read More »

Book Review: Murder at the Lanterne Rouge (An Aimee Leduc Investigation #12) by Cara Black

The 12th entry in the Paris-set Aimee Leduc Investigation series has our protagonist trying to reconcile a murder with another's disappearance - while events get curiouser and curiouser... Read More »

Book Review: Bring Me One Of Everything by Leslie Hall Pinder

Fiction and fact merge as a troubled writer creating the libretto for an opera about a legendary anthropologist is stumped by unanswered questions and a mysterious suicide. Read More »

Book Review: Hedy’s Folly: The Life and Breakthrough Inventions of Hedy Lamarr, the Most Beautiful Woman in the World by Richard Rhodes

In the role of her career, Hedy Lamarr laid the groundwork for such modern conveniences as mobile and cordless telephones, WiFi, Bluetooth, and GPS. Read More »