Richard R. Blake is a book reviewer for Reader Views. Highlights in his career include a position as regional controller with Boise Cascade Building Company, and Case Power and Equipment, in the San Francisco Bay area in California.
He has been active in church since childhood and have served in various Christian Education ministries. While actively serving in a lay capacity he received a Masters degree in Christian Education and a Doctor of Ministry Degree in Religious Education from Golden State School of Theology in Oakland, California.
You can read my reviews on www.readerviews.com
Hodges captures the imagination of World War II history buffs, military strategists, and patriotic citizens as he relates the realities of war.
Is Thailand the test case for Asian development?
How do the Vedas explain mind management for success and becoming mentally healthy? If you want to succeed in your business, read this book.
“The Lost Scrolls” is the first of a Jonathan Munro Adventure Series.
As terrifying as any suspense thriller, but this is the true story...
Tench races against time with only the wisp of a clue, "Black-Eyed Susan," to guide him through the darkness.
An in-depth account of an early twentieth century murder trial drawn from the real life transcripts of courtroom strategy and procedure.
If you don't have a relationship with God, this book will help you establish one.
From the pages of the author's earlier The Call, Elmo Piggins and Reginald Dexter are given their own stories as part of this anthology.
Decorated by the colorful characters that reside among condos and palmettos, this is also a story of envy, greed, and forgiveness.