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Book Review: ‘Pannino is Dead’ by Marc Zirogiannis


Pannino is Dead by Marc Zirogiannis begins one morning with John Sebastian who, while following his regular morning routine, listens to the local news and finds out that an unidentified body of a Rikers Island correctional officer was found. By the end of the day Sebastian hears in the news that the body was identified as Robert Pannino. John had met ... Read More »

Book Review: ‘Learning C++ by Creating Games with UE4′ by William Sherif

Learning C++ by Creating Games with UE4, book, William Sherif

This book is focused primarily on C++ coding and not on learning Unreal Engine 4. While coding is an essential component of game development, newcomers might benefit from a little more instruction on the editor itself. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Agapé: Heaven & Earth’ by Bob MacKenzie – Celebrating Fifty Years Of Poetry

Cover Agape Heaven & Earth

Fifty years of innovative, creative and inspired poetry Read More »

Book Review: ‘Anatomia Sambuci: The Anatomy of the Elder’ by Dr. Martin Blochwich


A tome from the Middle Ages, "The Anatomy of the Elder" details the use of the Elder or Elderberry tree as a physic for a raft of illnesses and makes for intriguing reading. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Are You Fully Charged’ and ‘The Rechargeables’ by Tom Rath

Tom Rath Are You Fully Charged

Readers of Tom Rath's latest self help book "Are You Fully Charged," will take away at least one thing that will make a positive change in their own life and the lives of others. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Waiting For Grace & Other Poems’ by Christopher Locke

Waiting For Grace & Other Poems

Locke’s verse is delightful and superb, if somewhat irascible. He demonstrates no concern for anyone’s vanity, even his own. And he doesn’t indulge in what-if speculation. He simply sees and feels and expresses what he feels. Read More »

Book Review: ’30 Lessons for Loving’ by Karl Pillemer, Ph.D.


Anyone just getting involved with someone should take the advice the author has gathered together for this book. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Rock With Wings’ A Mystery by Anne Hillerman


Having two separate crimes being investigated individually , you are drawn between the differences of investigation, but also into how family plays a part in the Navajo Nation and in everything thing they do. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Where You Go Is Not Who’ll You’ll Be: An Antidote to the College Admissions Mania’ by Frank Bruni

Where You Go (Amazon)

Frank Bruni investigates the madness of the college admissions process, and offers a needed new perspective. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Black Sabbath: Symptom of the Universe’ by Mick Wall

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Mick Wall has uncovered the definitive Black Sabbath story, along with the solo ride of Ozzy Osbourne in 'Black Sabbath: Symptom of the Universe.' Read More »