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Book Review: John Lennon – The Life by Philip Norman

Author Philip Norman attempts -- and succeeds -- in writing the final, definitive word on one of the twentieth century's most iconic figures. Read More »

Book Review:The Final Frontiersman – Heimo Korth and His Family, Alone in Alaska’s Arctic Wilderness by James Campbell

Mail every 3 months, 70 below with the windchill, an unserviced 14' x 16' cabin - welcome to the final frontier, Alaska. Read More »

Book Review: Over By Christmas by William Daysh

Juxtaposes the politics, the history, and the experience of naval war and the reality of living a life through the turmoil. Read More »

Satire: The Non-White Man’s Burden – God’s Vengeance

Having failed to destroy humanity with the Tower of Babel, God is now embarked on establishing the Cuisine of Babel which will finish the task. Read More »

The Israeli Government Plan to Expel the Owners of the House of Peace – Abraham’s Descendants Trample on His Heritage

The "leaders" in Israel do not understand democracy. This is not a state of law, it’s a joke of a state. Read More »

An t-ádh na nÉireannach: The Luck of the Irish

Divided by a physical border, the Irish look to their language to remain unified. Read More »

Book Review: In the Shadow of Lions (Chronicles of the Scribe, Book 1) by Ginger Garrett

Anne Boleyn as you've never read her before. Read More »

Book Review – We Interrupt This Broadcast: The Events That Stopped Our Lives…from the Hindenburg Explosion to the Virginia Tech Shooting by Joe Garner

A solid guide to many of the biggest news stories of our time, accompanied by the original radio announcements. Read More »

Book Review: Blood Sisters – Women of the French Revolution by Marilyn Yalom

If you want to feel like you've got a decent grasp of the Revolution, you certainly can't leave out women's place in it. Read More »

Book Review: The Siege by Ismail Kadare

While there is nothing pretty in the surroundings, there is a haunting beauty in the depiction of men who won't surrender to brutality or fear. Read More »