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Book Review: Straits of Fortune by Anthony Gagliano

Anthony Gagliano joins the Florida pulp fiction genre with a strong debut novel. Read More »

Music Review: The Comas – Spells

The latest CD from the psychedelic indie rockers. Read More »

DVD Review: Hetty Wainthropp Investigates: The Complete Collection

The complete DVD collection of the classic BBC detective show. Read More »

Book Review: Discovering Da Vinci’s Daughter by Derek Bair

A unique and unexpectedly interesting book that unveils hidden images - literally - in Da Vinci's paintings. Read More »

Book Review: Underwater to Get Out of The Rain by Trevor Norton

Trevor Norton takes readers across the globe and into the sea in this exceptional work. Read More »

Book Review: Deep Water: Joseph P. Macheca and the Birth of the American Mafia by Thomas Hunt and Martha Macheca Sheldon

Contrary to popular belief, New York City was not the birthplace of the American Mafia.  As students of organized crime history know, the real birthplace was New Orleans; but while the prevailing literature about the mob in the Big Easy has concentrated on the late 19th century, Deep Water takes the origin back to the Civil War.  As such, this ... Read More »

Book Review: Gangsters of Harlem by Ron Chepesiuk

A good overall picture of the various criminal elements that have held sway over the legendary Manhattan neighborhood. Read More »