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Book Review: Loco Moco by Ty Hutchinson

Trouble in paradise continues to brew as a young girl disappears. Read More »

Book Review: The Nameless Prince by Dominick R. Domingo

The Nameless Prince is a beautifully-written debut YA novel about faith, disillusionment, and innocence. Read More »

Book Review: Chop Suey: A Darby Stansfield Thriller by Ty Hutchinson

A dark and yet funny suspense novel. Read More »

Book Review: The Training of Socket Greeny by Tony Bertauski

A world of danger and excitement in a young adult science fiction thriller. Read More »

Book Review: Roll of The Die by Sean P. Bridges

A gambling obsession, gambling in a game of life, six will enter but only one will survive. Read More »

DVD review: 80 Blocks from Tiffany’s

An invaluable document of a New York that was perhaps more dangerous than it is today, but was almost certainly more vital. Read More »

Book Review: Blood In Blood Out: The Violent Empire of the Aryan Brotherhood by John Lee Brook

How the Aryan Brotherhood went from a bunch of thugs to a criminal empire founded on violence. Read More »

Book Review: ExChange by Dale R. Cozort

Would you choose a new and pristine world full of hidden dangers, or a world on the precipice? Read More »

Supreme: The Making of a Gangsta’ (Part 1)

How Kenneth McGriff became an underworld kingpin, leader of the Supreme Team. Read More »

Interview with Reymundo Sanchez, co-author of Lady Q, The Rise and Fall of a Latin Queen

Sanchez's new book offers a rarely seen female perspective on gang life. Read More »