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Book Review: The Renegades: A Charlie Hood Novel by T. Jefferson Parker

The Renegades makes for a fast-paced thriller with noir tone and narrative. Read More »

Interview with Chris Karslen, Author of Byzantine Gold

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

DVD Review: Compliance

Craig Zobel's claustrophobically intense movie reveals how far ordinary people will go when their actions are dictated by authority. Read More »

Book Review: Raven (Birds of Flight, Book Two) by J.M. Erickson

Burns and his team are in possession of stolen classified, highly sensitive government records... Read More »

Blu-ray Review: The Manchurian Candidate (1962)

This release is the kindest, bravest, warmest, most wonderful Blu-ray I've ever known in my life. Read More »

Book Review: Taliban Escape! One Woman’s Journey Out of Hell by Aabra

Taliban Escape! shows how we can get out of any situation through patience and sheer determination. Read More »

Book Review: The Levanter (Vintage Crime/Black Lizard) by Eric Ambler

The Levanter is a vintage thriller from the master, Eric Ambler. Read More »

Book Review: Missing in Machu Picchu by Cecilia Velástegui

High in the Andes Mountains on the legendary Inca Trail, four thirty-something professional women embark on an Ivy League hike. Read More »

Interview: Brandt Dodson, Author of The Sons of Jude

What kind of writer is Brandt Dodson? "I write stories that dance on the thin line between right and wrong; good and evil." Read More »

Book Review: View From The Edge by Michael Kasenow

Cults, money, artifacts and murder... Read More »