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Book Review: Little Elvises (Junior Bender #2) by Timothy Hallinan

Biting humor marks Hallinan's hardboiled caper of “the crook’s cop” taking a case to keep himself from being framed. Or that's the way it started... Read More »

Interview: Aricka J Talks About Her Debut Album Welcome to My World

"I consider music to be a universal language. To me, it’s the only art form on earth that everyone has..." Read More »

Book Review: Michael Douglas: A Biography by Marc Eliot

A second-generation kid who grew up and become a movie star, Michael Douglas has emerged from the shadow of his father. Read More »

Book Review: Angels Gate by Andrew J. Rafkin and Louis Pagano

Well-written fictional account of what supposedly is one of the biggest monetary heists in history. Read More »

Book Review: White Heat (P.I. Duke Rogers Series, Book 1) by Paul D. Marks

The 1992 Rodney King riots plays out from flashpoint to fiery embers as P.I. “Duke” Rogers pursues a case and “Atonement for being a lousy detective." Read More »

Book Review: Rip-Off by Mar Preston

Rip-Off will keep you turning pages! An enjoyable murder mystery set in upscale Santa Monica. Read More »

Interview with Mar Preston, Author of Rip-Off

"The reason why it’s so hard to get a cop to read a mystery is clichéd plots and characters." Read More »

Music Review: Germs – (GI)

A neglected punk rock classic finally sees reissue. Read More »

Book Review: Traces of Bliss by Cecilia Velástegui

Traces of Bliss reveals how memory can travel through the blood, and how much we are willing to sacrifice for lost treasures from the past. Read More »

Movie Review: Everyday Sunshine: The Story Of Fishbone

Goes well beyond what the usual "rockumentary" deals with to show the heart and soul behind Fishbone. Read More »