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reviewed The Kill Room by Jeffery Deaver. August 29, 2013
Want it Friday, Aug. 30?
It's been a while since I've picked up one of the Lincoln Rhyme novels by Jeffery Deaver. The Kill Room came in at the library, and it made it onto my recreational reading list. As usual, Deaver …
reviewed The Nazi and the Psychiatrist: Herman.... August 28, 2013
The Nazi and the Psychiatrist: Hermann Goring, Dr. Douglas M. Kelley, and a Fatal Meeting of Minds at the End of WWII
Journalist Jack El-Hai has written an insightful look at some of the key Nazi leaders and their mindset. In THE NAZI AND THE PSYCHIATRIST, through careful research, Jack El-Hai has captured several significant …
Menial: Skilled Labor in Science Fiction
Most science fiction stories are bout tall, square-jawed adventurers exploring the galaxy and singlehandedly vanquishing the alien foe. What about the people who perform the unexciting "blue collar" …
reviewed The Writer. August 26, 2013
The Writer
June is your average resident of the planet Pren. It's a beautiful place, with colorful trees and flowers, and birds who tweet Mozart. According to June, it's also really boring. Out of frustration, …
reviewed The Suicide Shop by Jean Teule. August 26, 2013
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In a post-apocalyptic world, the population doesn't have much to live for. Suicide is a business, and the business is brisk. The Suicide Shop by Jean Teule is a quirky novel translated into English …
reviewed Give and Take. August 23, 2013
Give and Take
American business is supposed to be a tough, ultra-competitive arena where only the strong survive, and nice guys get trampled, right? According to this book, that is not totally true.      …
reviewed Modern Disciples (Volume 2). August 21, 2013
Modern Disciples (Volume 2)
This is part 2 of a series about a group of average humans who are actually offspring of the gods of antiquity. It is not just Greek gods, but also Norse, Japanese and Aztec gods, who are alive and well, …
reviewed Ctrl Alt Delete. August 20, 2013
Ctrl Alt Delete
Digital technology and the Internet have changed American business from top to bottom (what else is new?). What can you, or your company, do to survive in this new landscape? This book gives some answers.   …
reviewed Gene Pool: Unnatural Selection. August 18, 2013
Gene Pool: Unnatural Selection
This book is about a world totally changed by genetic engineering.      GeneTech is, by far, the biggest company in the world. Human youth treatments, that make people look younger …
reviewed Kingdom Come: The Mayan Answer. August 17, 2013
Kingdom Come: The Mayan Answer
Last of a trilogy, this book is about a new age on Earth with the coming of the Mayan Sixth World. This time, something is really going to happen.      Several years previously, Amy …
reviewed Gynocracy. August 17, 2013
This near future science fiction story is about a young man who suddenly finds himself in a very dangerous situation.      Steve Kowalski is a teenaged crew member on the "Phoenix," …
reviewed The Moon Is Not For Sale. August 16, 2013
The Moon Is Not For Sale
Here is a novel of intrigue set mostly on the Moon.      The operation of a processing plant to mine Helium-3 from the Moon was supposed to be totally automated. That didn't work, …
reviewed Star Power Astrology. August 14, 2013
Star Power Astrology
This book shows how to look at your life through astrology. It also explores how famous people recognized their abilities and how those abilities were used.      The first thing a …
reviewed Modern Disciples (Volume 1). August 09, 2013
Modern Disciples (Volume 1)
In a world where the gods of antiquity take human form and have been mating with present-day humans, one man begins to learn his destiny.      Ryan Hunter has been on his own for most …
reviewed Son of Sedonia. August 08, 2013
Son of Sedonia
This story is about a young man who is the spark needed to bring change to a near-future Earth.      Less than 100 years from now, Sedonia City is home to over 40 million people. It …
reviewed Wildcatter. August 07, 2013
Throughout history, there have always been people willing to risk large amounts of money looking for something lucrative in places where no one else is looking. Wildcatters are best known in the oil drilling …
reviewed Welcome to Sarnia. August 06, 2013
Welcome to Sarnia
In Mankind's expansion through the galaxy, one of its conquests was the inhabited planet of Sarnia. They ran the planet for about 40 years, until they were beaten by the Mi'ukmac. That was over …
reviewed Vampyric Variations. August 05, 2013
Vampyric Variations
Here is a collection of new and different vampire stories, written by one of the masters of the field.      For hundreds of years, a small village in Rumania has played host to an …
reviewed Kickstarter for Dummies by Aimee Cebu.... August 05, 2013
Kickstarter for Dummies by Aimee Cebulski
Whenever I want to learn a new skill, I've found it is important to learn from people who have detailed experience in this area. Aimee Cebulski is one of these people. She not only writes about Kickstarter …
reviewed Ready for Pretirement, 3 Secrets for .... August 04, 2013
Want it Tuesday, Aug. 6?
Retirement sounds like something way off in the distant future for most of us. The majority of people put off planning for retirement and try not to think about it. Unfortunately the head-in-the-sand …
reviewed Shaping Our Nation: How Surges of Mig.... August 03, 2013
Shaping Our Nation: How Surges of Migration Transformed America and Its Politics
Since the founding of these United States there have been a number of mass migrations that have profoundly impacted our economy, our culture and our politics. Some of the ramifications of these shifts …
Tesseracts Sixteen: Parnassus Unbound
This latest collection of speculative fiction stories and poems from Canada focuses on the subjects of culture and the arts.      A long-time rock music fan is looking for the ultimate …
reviewed Alone With Love Songs. July 29, 2013
Alone With Love Songs
Alone with Love Songs is a very personal, almost biographical, collection of poetry by Edwin Romond. Most of the selections in this collection focus on jewel points in Romond's life that have had either …
reviewed Tales of Aradia: The Last Witch (Vol. 1). July 27, 2013
Tales of Aradia: The Last Witch (Vol. 1)
This young adult novel is about your average high school student who really isn't so average.      Aradia is the "new kid" at Salem (Massachusetts) High School. She can't …
Go UnDiet: 50 Small Actions for Lasting Weight Loss
Like most people, you have tried every diet known to man. Whatever weight you are able to lose comes right back. After 14 or 28 days, or however long the diet lasts, do you go through the whole cycle …
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