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Book Review: ‘Masaryk Station’ by David Downing

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Mr. Downing ties up the John Russell series nicely with Masaryk Station. Read More »

Book Review: ‘The Dream of the Celt’ by Mario Vargas Llosa

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A fictionalized account of the life of Irish nationalist Roger Casement. Read More »

Book Review: ‘The Execution of Noa P. Singleton’ by Elizabeth L. Silver

Book Review The Execution of Noa P Singleton by Elizabeth L Silver

A debut novel takes on capital punishment and the American legal system. Read More »

Book Review: Big Brother – by Lionel Shriver

Book Review Big Brother by Lionel Shriver

Big Brother by Lionel Shriver is a new novel from the acclaimed author, who won the 2005 Orange Prize for We Need to Talk About Kevin. Pandora, a successful entrepreneur, loves to cook but her husband, Fletcher, became a health nut who manically cycles and does not let an unhealthy calorie pass his lips. When Pandora’s older brother, a jazz ... Read More »

Book Review: The Death and Life of Superman – by Roger Stern

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A novelization of a famous Superman comic book arc from the eighties doesn't add much new to the story. Read More »

Interview with Kat Flannery, Author of Lakota Honor

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" I only saw myself as a historical western romance writer until I started this book." Read More »

Book Review: Elemental by Amanda Curtin

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Margaret Duthie Tulloch is a storyteller whose bedtime tales of Fish Meggie, the Gutting Girl from the Top of the World, delight her granddaughter Laura, her “lambsie”. She promises to write those stories down for Laura, and though her Lambsie has grown up and Meggie is dying, she manages to write it all out, but rather than a series of ... Read More »

Book Review: The Golem and the Jinni by Helene Wecker

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A golem brought to life and a jinni meet in turn of the century New York City Read More »

Interview: R. Barri Flowers, Author of Before He Kills Again

R. Barri Flowers is an award winning criminologist and internationally bestselling author of more than sixty books. Read More »

Book Review: My Mother’s Secret by J.L. Witterick

A woman and her daughter hide Jewish families in Poland during World War II. Read More »