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Our Book Review of The Lane Betrayal In John A. Heldt’s The Lane Betrayal, a brilliant Virginia physicist closes-in on the greatest invention of all time, a time box. Or perhaps it’s the most dangerous invention of all time. Worse than an atomic bomb since it could change […]
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Our Book Review of The Shining Why would I want to review a book published in 1977? Because Stephen King still owns the Horror genre, and believe it or not, after plenty of retelling – through a movie, a TV Series, and lots of discussions – The Shining […]
Our Book Review of The Bigfoot Blunder The truth is out there … maybe. Amanda M. Lee is a prolific writer who draws heavily from her early desires to shape the world – torn between growing up to be the Incredible Hulk or Wonder Woman – and to […]
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Our Book Review of The Rooster Bar Few authors have had as much continued success at John Grisham and his latest book, The Rooster Bar, may keep his most avid readers happy. But, there’s more to the story than Mark, Todd, and Zola trying to get through a […]