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reviewed The Crucible. Yesterday
The Crucible
Arthur Miller’s The Crucible is a true work of literary drama at its best, a tense four act theatre experience that is quite gripping and eloquent with occasional blistering dialogue and heartfelt …
reviewed Wicked Prey. Wednesday
Wicked Prey
I'm a fan of John Sanford and am always entertained with his stories. "Wicked Prey," continues the enjoyment I've had from his books.      The 2008 Republican National …
reviewed Park Avenue to Park Bench. June 30
Park Avenue to Park Bench
The author, Michael Domino sent me a free copy in exchange for a non-biased opinion.      In the author's introduction he stated that the book is a collection of actual experiences …
reviewed The Evil Is Under The Ice. June 16
The Evil Is Under The Ice
This review is based on a free copy received directly from the author but reflects my own personal opinion.      Four human bodies are found buried in ice in Siberia. They are flown …
Christianity: The First Three Thousand Years
MacCulloch's massive one volume history of the religion based on the man and the mission of Jesus Christ is imaginative, insightful, and mostly maintains interest beginning to end.  The interest …
reviewed Hounded a book. May 16
Hounded a book
Having just finished Rosenfelt's excellent Without Warning, I was eager to continue with my favorite fictional lawyer Andy Carpenter.  While Andy, Laurie, and Edna are off at a crossword puzzle …
reviewed Without Warning. May 12
Without Warning
This is one of Rosenfelt's best standalone books (standalone from his Andy Carpenter series). Jake Robbins is a decorated war hero and the sheriff of a small Maine town. A sudden storm causes a flood …
reviewed 11/22/63: A Novel. May 03
11/22/63 a book by Stephen King
I haven't read many of this hyper selling author's books and not for quite a while (I remember reading Christine when it was a new book decades ago) and just from the plot synopsis this seems …
reviewed The Well House a book. April 28
The Well House a book
I reviewed a copy provided free of charge from the author but the opinions here are strictly my own. This is a book that felt very much like a Stephen King novel as both the characters and the story …
Far from the Madding Crowd
Not with any other author, even the inimitable Dickens, have I ever seen the linear progression in maturity and strength of writing as in Thomas Hardy's from his debut through Madding Crowd.  …
reviewed The Farm. April 14
The Farm
This book is based on a reviewer copy received directly from the author but reflects my own views. This book came in a package with the author's next two books with the disclaimer that they are three …
Autobiography of Mark Twain, Vol. 1
If you search any book buying site you will find editions of Mark Twain s autobiography.   You will also learn that Mark Twain's will called for his autobiography to be sealed for 100 years …
I Have Three Things to Tell You My Friend
    This review is based on an advanced reader copy (with many typos) received from the author but still reflects my own opinion.       In the near future (2033), …
reviewed The Demonologist: The Extraordinary C.... March 25
In 2004 when I became a baptized Catholic, I had befriended a priest from my local parish. He was a gentle man with a real depth and a genuine appreciation for a good laugh. In truth, he was one of the …
reviewed The Devils' Cradle a book. February 24
The Devils' Cradle a book
I received a reviewer copy from the author but this review is totally my own. Every once and a while I come upon a book like this that is so well written with a story so compelling that I want to finish …
Star Wars The Han Solo Trilogy #3: Rebel Dawn
Quick, somebody get George Lucas on the phone! It's time to show him how a prequel trilogy is really done.     If you've seen the Star Wars Prequel Trilogy, it's pretty easy to nail …
reviewed The Demolished Man. February 12
As I’ve opined before, I don’t read a lot of science fiction, but I’d sure like to have more time to do so.  Like most of you, I’m a dreamer with big plans, and one of those …
Trapped (Brier Hospital Series) a book
This review is based on an advanced copy received from the author but reflects my own honest opinion.      The Natal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) of Brier Hospital is the focal point …
reviewed The Martian Chronicles (The Grand Mas.... January 29
The Martian Chronicles (The Grand Master Editions)
I don’t often re-read books.  Like most of you, I probably have thousands I’d like to read, and rarely do I see the value in perusing something I’ve already perused again.  …
posted a Quick Tip about Tweet This Book: The 1,400 Greatest Q.... January 17
Tweet This Book: The 1,400 Greatest Quotes of All
Nice idea for a book. I'm curious if they're using abbreviations to get quotes into the 140 characters format...
reviewed Daughters of Twilight a book. January 09
Daughters of Twilight a book
My review is based on a reviewer copy received from the author.  However, the views expressed here are soley my own. I was intrigued by this tale right from the start.  The author gives us …
reviewed The Hunt For Red October. November 17, 2013
The Hunt For Red October
Like "The DaVinci Code" or any of a score of Clive Cussler novels, after watching hundreds of (mostly) men carrying paperback copies of them through airports, I decided it was time to read "The …
reviewed Batman (2011) #1 "The New 52!". November 14, 2013
How do you measure an entire city?  After all, a city – especially an urban metropolis the size and scope of Gotham – has many neighborhood, has even more alleyways and streets and home …
The Skinny on Networking: Maximizing the Power of
The Skinny On Networking: Maximizing the Power of Numbers, Jim Randel, 2010, ISBN 9780984441815      This is another in a series of simple, but not simplistic, books that teach a "large" …
reviewed Upload a novel by Mark Mcclelland. November 13, 2013
Upload a novel by Mark Mcclelland
My review is based on a copy provided free from the author but is strictly my own opinion. In the year 2060, Raymond is a misfit who is sent to live in boys home. He hates his life and is taunted by the …
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