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Book Review : ”Sweet Crude’ Odyssey,’ A Thriller by Alex Sochi

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‘Sweet Crude’ Odyssey by Alex Sochi begins when Bruce is approached by an individual who calls himself Steve, while hanging out with his girlfriend at a bar in Bonny Island, Nigeria. Steve knows that Bruce Abel Telema had been fired from his job at an oil engineering firm, and tells him that if he keeps on the drinking path he ... Read More »

Book Review: ‘The Living Years: The First Genesis Memoir’ by Mike Rutherford

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If one sets aside their expectations for a boat-load of Genesis gossip and trivia, Mike Rutherford's 'The Living Years' is a very personal memoir. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Shattered,’ a Mystery by Valerie Davisson

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When a young artist is murdered, Logan finds herself looking for clues and following the trails of dishonesty and distrust that come to light. Can she have been wrong about her friend Thomas? Read More »

Book Review: ‘Three Days to Forever,’ A Mac Faraday Mystery by Lauren Carr

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As a professional band of assassins begin their assault on a group of wedding guests, groom-to-be Mac Faraday helps the small police force investigate the attack before it's too late. Read More »

Book Review: ‘A Life Unbroken’ by K. M. Hewitt

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Alex McKay series debut is disappointing. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Wrestling for My Life,’ Inspirational Autobiography by Shawn Michaels

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Instead of being a book of bumps and bruises, 'Wrestling for My Life' is an earnest account of how Michaels heals himself, both physically and spiritually. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Vanishing Girls’ by Lauren Oliver

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If you enjoy mystery and romance with a twist of mind games and behavior you will find this book to be one you are looking for. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Twilight Visitor’ by Réal Laplaine

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An awesome, suspenseful plot that can be described as an out of this world political intrigue! Read More »

Book Review: ‘Taking the Scenic Route to Manhood’ by Jeremy L. Wallace

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Everyone will benefit from reading this book and remembering that we’re all human, we all have the right to be who we want to be, and we can all learn to be more humane when we try to understand others. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Cookie’s Case,’ A Tug Wyler Mystery by Andy Siegel

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A fun and slightly bizarre mystery and medical drama Read More »