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Book Review: ‘The Abomination’ by Jonathan Holt


If you enjoy murder mysteries, conspiracy theories, and romance, this is a novel for you. Read More »

Book Review: The Shoemakers’s Wife by Adriana Trigiani

Can life and love survive a separation of distances across continents? Read More »

Book Review: White Rock by J.J. Westendarp

Is the Eternal war the beginning, or is it the ending? Can light win over darkness? Read More »

Book Review: No Rest for the Wicca by Toni LoTempio

A fun tale of supernatural suspense. Read More »

Pope Benedict’s Attack on Atheism

Without the ludicrous reference, you might have thought he was talking about those who raped children, but he wasn't. Read More »

Decline in Child Sex Abuse Reports: What Does it Really Mean?

Many people don’t want to get any closer to child sex abuse than what is said in a PSA. Read More »

Book Review: I Missed Me After the Terror, During the Years of Unbearable Sorrow, Edited by Alan Allen

I Missed Me is a plea for justice for thousands of sexual abuse victims. Read More »

Book Review: Immaculate Deception by Courtney J. Webb

An amusing romp that includes identity theft, rogue priests and Australia. Read More »

Book Review: A Deadly Habit by Andrea Sisco

A Deadly Habit is a fun, hilarious mystery featuring a delightful, feisty heroine. Read More »