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Interview: Edie Harris, Author of ‘Blamed’

"Success is being able to support yourself financially doing what you love."

"I’m excited for romance readers to get their hands on 'Blamed,' but I also hope that anyone who enjoys straight suspense and spy thrillers will give it a shot – the love story between the hero and heroine doesn’t detract from the plot, but makes it stronger." Read More »

Book Review: ‘Liar, Temptress, Soldier, Spy: Four Women Undercover in the Civil War’ by Karen Abbott

liar temptress soldier spy

Would the history of the Civil War be different if women had not become personally involved in both spying and soldiering? Read More »

Interview with James Stone, Author of ‘Crypto’


"Cryptographics is a field of mathematics devoted to rendering messages unreadable except by a party that has the key to reversing the encryption." Read More »

DVD Review: Archer – The Complete Season Three

For those of you who appreciate attentively anachronistically-ambiguous animation. Read More »

Interview with Author T.H.E. Hill on his Upcoming Book Reunification: A Monterey Mary Returns to Berlin

Spies, love, and katzenjammer. Read More »

If Found Guilty, Bradley Manning Deserves a Very Long Prison Sentence

Manning may have thought he was doing the right thing, but the way he went about it is inexcusable and unforgivable. Read More »

eBook Review: The Long Con by Lori Toland

A hot m/m romance from Lori Toland. Read More »

Classic Cliffhanger Serials: Batman (1943) – A Politically Incorrect Romp

Tonight, on the Theater of the Absurd... Read More »

Book Review: The Tears of Autumn by Charles McCarry

One breath behind the truth, one step ahead of discovery and death. Read More »

DVD Review: Don’t Worry, We’ll Think of a Title

So bad, it makes even the worst Curly-Joe DeRita-era Three Stooges effort (cartoons included) golden by comparison. Read More »