Friday , May 29 2020


Book Review: Cold Service by Robert Parker

Robert Parker is from the old school of crime writing, but he is still a master, and with his latest book, Cold Service, he seems to return to the top of his game. While reading this, I came across several interesting sites relating to Parker. Between those sites and reviews …

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Book Review: How Mumbo-Jumbo Conquered the World

Want to know when The Age of Enlightenment ended and what is responsible? Francis Wheen thinks he has it pinpointed in How Mumbo-Jumbo Conquered the World. According to Wheen, 1979 “marks the moment when the world was jolted by a violent reaction to the complacency of the existing order.” This …

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Book Review: Conquering Diabetes &#8211 A Patient-Oriented Approach

It’s almost impossible to walk into a bookstore or look at a bestseller list these days without seeing some new “miracle cure” health book. Conquering Diabetes by Dr. Ann Peters isn’t in that category. Rather than promise miracle solutions, it offers a practical, patient-oriented approach toward dealing with diabetes. There’s …

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