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Book Review: ‘Link’ A Science Fiction Novel by D.A.Karr

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Karr does a great job of putting you in the ship with Captain Garrick and his crew. He has created a team of individuals who have a strong respect for each other, even though they do not understand all the motives and personalities. They just know that there is not a one of them that does not have the other's back, including their captain. Read More »

Interview: Laura Liddell Nolen, Author of ‘The Ark’

"I’m after any reader with a sense of adventure."

"To this day, I can’t actually believe it when people tell me they read my book and enjoyed it." Read More »

Book Review: ‘End of Days” – Book Three of ‘Penryn and the End of Days,’ a Dystopic Novel by Susan Ee

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Ee has given us a war and a world in turmoil. There is darkness and adventure, but also an underlying faith that will hold even in the worst of situations. Read More »

Book Review: ‘A Dangerous Place’ A Maisie Dobbs Novel by Jacqueline Winspear

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A historical mystery filled with romance, danger and travel. Read More »

Book Review: ‘The Jack of Souls’ – An Epic Fantasy by Stephen C. Merlino

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Harric is now faced with a magic that could break his curse, one that is forbidden. Can he stay focused and not fall into the temptation, for that way too leads to danger and possible death. Read More »

Chris Kyle and ‘American Sniper’ – The Book, the Movie, and the Philosophy of War

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The impression Chris Kyle gives in his book, of being a gun-obsessed, resilient, judgmental war professional, is quite different from his filmic counterpart. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Brothers Forever’ by Col. Tom Manion and Tom Sileo

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'Brothers Forever' will touch the reader, no matter your political stripe. It's a story about people, who just happen to be soldiers as well. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Muffin Man’ by Stephan Collina

Each war carries survivors, many not able to cope with life once war is done. Some are still searching for a cause, but where does that search lead? Read More »

Book Review: ‘The Headmaster’s Wife’ by Thomas Christopher Greene

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The twists and turns keep you reading and wondering how a life so full of promise has become so unhinged. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Crystal Ships’ by Richard Sharp

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The turbulance of the Sixties and Seventies spawned a whole new generation. Can we remember the lessons learned and continue the progress? Read More »