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


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: ‘Spiral’ by Lucia Cascioli


A complexly plotted, edge of your seat thriller in an easy to read tiny book format. Read More »

Snowden’s Leaks Irrelevant in the Long Term


In the long term, espionage doesn't matter. Read More »

TV Review: AMC’s ‘Turn’ – Episode Three: ‘Of Cabbages and Kings’

Turn airs on AMC

This week's "Turn" features much about of ships, the secrets held beneath the sealing wax, and, in fact, both cabbages and kings. Read More »

Blu-ray Review: ‘The Fifth Estate’ (2013)


'The Fifth Estate' provides a tremendous insight into the world of Wikileaks and its founder, Julian Assange. Read More »

Book Review: ‘The Eagle Has Landed’ by Jack Higgins

Book Review The Eagle Has Landed by Jack Higgins

An excellent read for fans of Second World War stories. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Life of a Double Agent’ by Kenneth J. Kerr


The life of a double agent may seem full of danger and excitement but can it also be dull and boring at times. Read More »

Interview with Gabriel Valjan, Author of ‘Threading the Needle’


"Support your local bookstore and indie publishers." Read More »

DVD Review: Ministry of Fear – The Criterion Collection

I'll never enter a cake raffle again. Ever. Read More »

Interview with Author T.H.E. Hill on his Upcoming Book Reunification: A Monterey Mary Returns to Berlin

Spies, love, and katzenjammer. Read More »