Monthly Archives: May 2013

Last Lessons of Summer by Margaret Maron

I found this book, “Last Lessons Of Summer,” by Margaret Maron at my favorite bookseller; my public library. The reason it caught my attention was, believe it or not, the dust jacket. It just looked interesting, an unoccupied retro chair, … Continue reading

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Damascus Countdown by Joel C. Rosenberg

I have to say thanks once again, to my friend Leslie, who introduced me to this wonderful author back in 2009. The first book of his I ever read, was “The Last Jihad.” I guess that ever since I began … Continue reading

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Why Has All This Happened To Us? by W.T. Hamilton

During one of my visits to my library, I came across this book, “Why Has All This Happened To Us,” by W.T.Hamilton. Since it would only cost me a dime, I decided to pick it up. I’m like everyone else, … Continue reading

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