“The FBI Accomplice of 9/11” by Patrick Pasin not only explores the various functions and inner workings of the Agency but asks some very serious questions as to what really happened on 9/11. Specifically, did the FBI know in advance of all the details leading up to 9/11 before it occurred? Did they know the actual perpetrators involved beforehand?
Reading successfully as a standalone, Con Lehane graces us with another in his 42nd Street Library Mystery series, “Murder Off the Page,” as we follow Raymond Ambler and detective Mike Cosgrove.
“At War with Mars” by Jim Fuxa is a historical fiction novel that takes place in 17th Century Europe around the time of the Thirty Years War. The story is narrated for the most part by Giovanni Battista Senno, a strappy servant boy who uses his quick wit and determination to not only survive this tumultuous time period, but to rise high above his station.
HAPPY IN ADVERSITY: A GUIDE TO BEING WELL NO MATTER WHAT Guillermo CorderoBalboa Press (2018)ISBN: 9781982210762Reviewed by Rachel Dehning for Reader Views (07/2020) In my opinion, happiness is an underrated trait in people. If people across the globe were able to be happier, then life would go much smoother for everyone; people would enjoy their... Continue Reading →
"The Aspen Grove," by Jane Fulkerson, is a western family saga in the tradition of a Louis L'Amour novel. Fulkerson writes about an Irish family, the O’Neal’s, who make their home and run their ranch in 1883 Colorado.
22 DUTCH ROAD T. C. SchuelerPeebles Press (2020)ISBN: 9781678134822Reviewed by Timea Tokes for Reader Views (06/2020) “22 Dutch Road” by T.C. Schueler is the story of a young man whose predicament (mental illness and lack of money) forces him to fulfill his late father’s unusual request, where he has to stay in an abandoned mansion... Continue Reading →
SNATCH 2&20 Luke E. FellowsIndependently Published (2020)ISBN 9798639785795Reviewed by Sheri Hoyte for Reader Views (05/20) Luke Fellows is a forty-something recovering hedge fund manager. Born in London, and educated at St. Paul’s School and Oxford University, he sacrificed his love of Classics for a Wall Street career, moving to New York City in 2000. After... Continue Reading →
Rosemary Tingley brings her distinctive trilogy to its conclusion in, “Daniel Kossov - Pictures of an Outstanding Musician Part 3: The Calling.”