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Graphic Novel Review: ‘Eye Witness IV: Unknown God’ by Robert James Luedke


A thrill ride well suited to those who like fast-paced intrigue and multiple storylines. Read More »

eBook Review: Digging Deep by Kay Jaybee

An erotic romance from Kay Jaybee. Read More »

Interview with Chris Karslen, Author of Byzantine Gold

Romantic suspense author Chris Karslen talks about weaving history and archaeology into her stories. Read More »

Book Review: Noah’s Ark: Ancient Accounts and New Discoveries by Henri Nissen

Ancient accounts and new discoveries of Noah's Ark. Read More »

Book Review: Golden Chariot by Chris Karslen

I highly recommend this novel to anybody who enjoys a good story full of action and adventure, especially those who love archaeology and/or are interested in Troy. Read More »

Interview: Chris Karslen, Author of Golden Chariot

"I love Turkey. I’ve visited several times. I knew after the first time, I would set a story there." Read More »

DVD Review: The Lost Temple of Java

The Lost Temple of Java is a must-see for any fan of history, archaeology, or exotic places. Read More »

Sada Mire, Archaeologist Hero of Somalia

In a country with no government, decades of war, and famine, Sada Mire braves the chaos, working to save Somalia's ancient heritage. Read More »

Book Review: Digger’s Bones by Paul Mansfield Keefe

An archeological scavenger hunt that may shake the foundation of our civilization. Read More »

Book Review: No Greater Sacrifice by John C. Stipa

Solving a 100-year-old murder mystery Read More »