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Mezonic Agenda: Hacking the Presidency by Dr. Herbert H. Thompson and Spyros Nomikos

“It will not be won on the road; rather it will be decided on the Net.” Wrapped in the guise of a techno-thriller, Mezonic Agenda: Hacking the Presidency, attempts to accomplish several goals: provide a unique entertaining experience and present information about software security and electronic voting. The plot centers on Chad Davis, a computer researcher, who is about to ... Read More »

The Priestly Sins – by Andrew M. Greeley

For his latest novel, Father Greeley has moved away from the mystery format, and he has left his belove detective, Bishop Ryan as bit player. It is story about a priest in a fictional midwestern community who is summoned as a witness on a preliminary Motion in a lawsuit against an archdiocese for sexual abuse by a priest who has ... Read More »

The Bishop and the Beggar-Girl of St. Germain – by Andrew M. Greeley

This story, published in 2001, has Greeley’s beloved sleuth and auxiliary bishop Blackie Ryan travelling from his home ground in Chicago to Paris where he investigates the disappearance of a young priest who has become popular and controversial as a student chaplain and television preacher. Ryan takes on a young student, who he meets as a beggar, as assistant and ... Read More »

Baltimore Blues

Baltimore Blues, By Laura Lippman, tells the story of Tess Monaghan, an out of work newspaper reporter who stumbles onto a mystery while doing some work for her friend, Daryl “Rock” Paxton. Into the mix of cleverly written lines comes an insider’s view of Baltimore, just a hop, skip, and a jump away from the nation’s capital. From the frist ... Read More »

The Illuminati! Trilogy, online

The Illuminatus! Trilogy is a bona fide cult classic, written in the early 80’s, it’s full of, well, just about everything you’d ever think could be in a book. Now, it’s online. Read More »

Tularosa; Mexican Hat – by Michael McGarrity

The first two novels in Michael McGarrity’s “Kevin Kerney” series are a good start by a novice writer. Kerney is a retired police detective with a bad leg and parts of his digestive tract missing due to having been shot in the line of duty. He has fallen on hard times, and his dream in life is to save enough ... Read More »