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Interview with Chris Karslen, Author of Byzantine Gold

Romantic suspense author Chris Karslen talks about weaving history and archaeology into her stories. Read More »

Book Review : Sins Of The Father: A Derek Stillwater Novel by Mark Terry

In DHS troubleshooter Derek Stillwater's relentless pursuit of the killers of his lover, and a quest to meet his son, no one stands a chance. Read More »

Blu-ray Review: Act of Vengeance (2010)

A Turkish turkey with a misleading US release. Read More »

TV Review: Homeland – “Pilot”

Showtime is so very mysterious and intense personal drama, you won't notice the lack of action. Read More »

Book Review: Zero Day by Mark Russinovich

Mark Russinovich takes his knowledge of computer systems and designs a taut thriller that should scare more than a few geeks. Read More »

Book Review: The Lucifer Code by Charles Brokaw

Thomas Lourds vs. the Devil with Armageddon for the prize... Read More »

Book Review: The Price of Liberty by Keir Graff

Keir Graff pens a thriller about political intrigue and one man's race to save his family in mountains of Montana. Read More »

Don’t Let the Mosque Grow Under Your Feet

That any religion has ever been the fuel for violent crimes is an indictment of its failure. Read More »

Why No Right Wing Outrage Over “Terrorist Kane”?

It ain't really "terror" when Americans does it, right? Read More »

Book Review: The Caliphate by Andre LeGallo

"The killing of an infidel was one of the greatest acts one could perform in the service of Allah." - LeGallo Read More »