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Book Review: ‘Devil Eye’ by Rebecca Jean Downey


The novel kept me on the edge of my seat from the first page to the last. I enjoyed the adventure, and look forward to enjoying many more from this exciting author. Read More »

Dark History: Mexico’s Drug Cartels – Part 4

Arturo Beltran Leyva. Photo courtesy

The wars between the Mexican drug cartels have continued into the second decade of the 21st century. Read More »

Dark History: Mexico’s Drug Cartels, Part 2

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Cartel conflict and politics took many twisted turns between the 1994 election of Ernesto Zedillo Ponce de León and the emergence of the ultra-violent Zetas. Read More »

Book Review: ‘The Dead Run’ by Adam Mansbach

Dead Run by Adam Mansbach

The apocalypse meets the bogeyman and 'The Walking Dead' in this fast-paced supernatural thriller. Read More »

DVD Review: The Wrath of God (1972)

With a cast like this, it's more of a blessing from God! Read More »

Book Review: Not Famous Anymore by Michael Loyd Gray

Famous action star Elliott Adreian decides he no longer wants to be famous. Read More »

Book Review: Vlad by Carlos Fuentes

Count Dracula comes to Mexico. Read More »

Book Review: The Sharpshooter: 1862-1864 by Charles Phillips

Set during the Civil War, The Sharpshooter focuses on the persecution, injustice, and futility that are the result of man’s intolerance and bigotry. Read More »

Book Review: Malinalli of the Fifth Sun: The Slave Girl Who Changed the Fate of Mexico and Spain by Helen Heightsman Gordon

Not only beautiful, but also a gifted translator, Malinalli becomes an integral part of Cortés' professional and personal conquests. Read More »

Film Review: El Sicario, Room 164

Gianfranco Rosi’s terrific documentary El Sicario, Room 164 features a dangerous man facing a camera and recounting elements of his life. Read More »