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Book Review: The Last Surgeon by Michael Palmer

A GI surgeon recovering from a terror attack in Afghanistan teams with a brilliant nurse to uncover intrigue at the top level of American government. Read More »

Book Review: With Evil Intent by Tracy Truesdale

Experience ever-tightening suspense and the desolate helplessness felt by the family of an abducted 12-year-old girl. Read More »

Undoing Earth’s Being

Both the greenhouse effect and the earth's moving axis dramatically affect life on Earth. Read More »

Book Review: Skating Forward by Joanne Vassallo Jamrosz

Devastating circumstances cannot stop these courageous women! Read More »

Book Review: Saving Savannah: The City and the Civil War by Jacqueline Jones

Savannah, like so much of America, needed to be saved — saved from itself. Read More »

Book Review: Theo’s big Scare by Rebecca J. Irias

Little Theo is frightened by a large dark "thing" on the wall. What is it? Read More »

Book Review: Children of Dust by Ali Eteraz

A moving memoir from inside the developing mind of a Pakistani in love with his Islamic heritage. Read More »

Being Inside Music

A common sense definition of music. Read More »

Book Review: Retribution: The Battle for Japan, 1944-45 by Max Hastings

This story will tell today's youth how courageous were their ancestors during the war against Japan. Read More »

Book Review: In the Land of Invisible Women: A Female Doctor’s Journey in the Saudi Kingdom by Qanta A. Ahmed, M.D.

A western born and educated woman doctor tells of survival in The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia Read More »