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Fire of Heaven Trilogy by Bill Myers

One of my favorite people in the world, Mary Lou, who used to be my co-worker, blessed me with this book as she was leaving our company. I was so sorry to see her go, as she was by far … Continue reading

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Tathea by Anne Perry

“The scream tore the night apart. Ta-Thea sat upright, the sweat cold on her skin. Moonlight poured through the long windows onto the marble floor. The screaming came again, then a man shouting and a clash of metal. But it … Continue reading

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The Twisted Thing by Mickey Spillane

On one of my regular visits to the “for sale,” shelves of my local library, I came across a real gem. It was a book by Mickey Spillane.  I had heard of Mickey Spillane, but never read any of his … Continue reading

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Mortal by Ted Dekker & Tosca Lee

I’ve been reading the Christian fiction author Ted Dekker  for a long time. My wonderful bibliophile friend Leslie at the YMCA, introduced him to me several years ago, so when she recommended his latest series, a trilogy, “The Books of … Continue reading

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William Barclay: A Spiritual Autobiography by William Barclay

One one of my many visits to my favorite bookseller, my local library, as I was going through the shelves in the “For Sale” section, I found this book, “William Barclay: A Spiritual Autobiography.” published by William B Eerdmans Publishing Company, … Continue reading

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The German Suitcase by Greg Dinallo

This is the first time that I have read this author, Greg Dinallo. One of the things I enjoy is learning a little about an author before I read him. Reading is an important investment of our time, and I … Continue reading

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The Chord Of Steel by Thomas B. Costain

How does one recognize genius? Where does greatness truly come from?  I think most of the time, we take the people in our lives for granted, those that are right before us, destined for mighty acts of incredible significance. On … Continue reading

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The Man Who Told The Truth by Loula Grace Erdman

I have changed my “M.O.” with regard to my library visits. Now I am going for $.25 treasures within a certain period, preferably anywhere from the 1930’s through the early 60’s.  My reason for this, is that I feel as … Continue reading

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Bias by Bernard Goldberg

This one is a little different for me, but as I picked it up at my local library for the whopping sum of $.25, I thought I would give it a read.  In a nutshell, it’s an expose’ of the … Continue reading

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Illusion by Frank Peretti

My friend Leslie has come through for me once again. As I was walking into the YMCA, (where she manages) she said, “Here Darrell, I have a new…can you believe it…a new book by Frank Peretti!” Man, I was so … Continue reading

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