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Book Review: ‘The Legend Of Fast Eddie,’ Crime Fiction by Anthony Murillo

The Legend of Fast Eddie

Anthony Murillo may have revamped an urban legend, but he knows how to tell a story. Read More »

Book Review: ‘The Suffering of Innocents’ by Marc Zirogiannis

TheSufferingOfInnocents

From the very first page I was hooked and I read the book in one sitting. As this is a relatively short read, my only disappointment is that I wanted the story to continue. Read More »

Book Review: ‘An Unbroken Educational Apartheid Legacy’ by David E. Morgan, Ph.D.

AnUnbrokenEducationApartheidLegacy

An Unbroken Educational Apartheid Legacy should be read by educators and school administrators looking for real change. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Witches Protection Program’ by Michael Phillip Cash

WitchesProtectionProgram

Author Michael Phillip Cash uses humor, suspense, and action packed scenes to keep readers engaged and turning the pages. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Maximizing Your Injury Claim: Simple Steps to Protect Your Family After An Accident’ by Matthew D. Dubin

MaximizingYourInjuryClaim

Maximizing Your Injury Claim: Simple Steps to Protect Your Family After An Accident is an important resource for your family’s reference library. Read More »

Book Review: ‘System: With His face in the Sun’ by Jon A. Davidson

SystemWithHisFaceInTheSun

Jon Davidson has an impressive first novel in System: With his face in the Sun. Read More »

Book Review: ‘The Butcher’s Sons’ by Scott Alexander Hess

the butchers sons

The Butcher's Sons drives three sons through the heat and danger of youth until they all must make choices that will change everything. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Are You Fully Charged?’ by Tom Rath

Are-You-Fully-Charged

'Are You Fully Charged?' gives you a new way of looking at all the aspects of your life and how to bring in sync with what you really want. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Cello’s Tears’ by Geza Tatrallyay

CellosTears

Reading 'Cello’s Tears' will take you to all the different places the author lived and was inspired. Read More »

Book Review: ‘The Author, or The Characters’ Short Living Story’ by Facundo Raganato

TheAuthor

A thought provoking, genius five-star piece of literature for any reader who is not is not afraid to become part of the story and embark on the adventure and challenge ‘The Author’ will present to them. Read More »