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Book Review: Hard Landing

Book Review: Hard Landing

By David Stewart This is David Keith’s second novel and is a continuation of his first novel, Icy Betrayal.  The beginning of the novel is very unique and I won’t ruin it for you.  It catches you and drags you into a very captivating mystery.   You don’t need to read the first novel to enjoy […]

Alfonso Guilin:  Ezee,  A Family Saga of Hope and Faith

Alfonso Guilin:  Ezee,  A Family Saga of Hope and Faith

By Sheryl Hamlin Alfonso Guilin’s unique life experiences in agribusiness, religion, politics and family have provided background for another novel. His successful previous works were reviewed here. Unlike previous works whose plots and characters were regional in scope, this new novel spans continents and generations and makes generous use of coincidence … or is it […]

Book Review: Dream-Scape

Book Review: Dream-Scape

By David Stewart A novel by Tim Pompey Sarah Perse is a human wreck. Burned badly from an IED explosion during the Iraq war in 2004, she now lives a hermit’s life in a small town in northern Idaho. Suffering from Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, too much drinking, and drug abuse, Perse serves as the town’s […]

Unstoppable by Ralph Nader

Unstoppable by Ralph Nader

By Jim Sullivan Most of us see the liberal and conservative political camps as mutually exclusive. Philosophers call this a Manichean view of reality because it entails seeing things in black and white. So in the Manichean view of the world, liberalism and conservatism are seen in black and white, or as mutually exclusive. This […]

Down the Road by Tim Pompey – a Book Review

Down the Road by Tim Pompey – a Book Review

Down the Road by Tim Pompey From Amazon: It’s 1970 and 18-year-old Howie White, who has lived most of his life at Good Shepherd Home for Children in northeast Tennessee, must leave and find his own way in the world. But having lived for fifteen years in a very well ordered religious and social environment, […]

Book Review–Icy Betrayal: A Jack Keller Thriller Paperback

Book Review–Icy Betrayal: A Jack Keller Thriller Paperback

Icy Betrayal – A Jack Keller Thriller by David G. Keith A book review by David Stewart Book Description from Amazon: Investigator Jack Keller risks everything when a routine case becomes a quest for reconciliation.   Ambitious traffic investigator Mia Serrano is young, attractive and headstrong. Her intuition leads her from a tragic traffic accident […]

BOOK REVIEW: Eco Tyranny by Brian Sussman

BOOK REVIEW: Eco Tyranny by Brian Sussman

by Logan McFadden ECO-TYRANNY written by Brian Sussman presents the author’s view that the Left’s Green Agenda will Dismantle America. The book concludes that the Federal Government is pursuing a “land acquisition” policy through the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) enforcement of the Clean Air Act. Mr. Sussman traces the abolition of private property back to […]

Find Walter – by Tim Pompey – A Book Review

Find Walter – by Tim Pompey – A Book Review

Find Walter – By Tim Pompey A book review by David Stewart Book Description from Amazon: Jan Kelvin works as a journalist for the New York City magazine Page, which specializes in covering literary news and trends. One morning, editor Joel Stein gives her a tough assignment: Locate and interview Walter Randolph, Pulitzer prize winning […]

First Class Male by Raven West – A Book Review

First Class Male by Raven West – A Book Review

 First Class Male – A novel by Raven West Review by David Stewart Description from Amazon: Content with his life as a small town postmaster, Alex Bentley never intended to become a hero, much less a media sensation, but fate had different plans. When unpublished author Rachel Clark walked into his lobby to pick up yet […]

Secrets and Howls by Jennifer J. Brown – a Book Review

Secrets and Howls by Jennifer J. Brown – a Book Review

Secrets & Howls: A Wolf’s Head Bay Mystery Synopsis from Amazon: June 1978. Wolf’s Head Bay is gearing up for festivities to celebrate the Fourth of July and the anniversary of the town’s founding. Both are taking a backseat to the controversy surrounding the new housing development at the town’s entrance. A mass grave was […]

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