The Protected: Book I of The Spirian Series by Rowena Portch

The Protected: Book I of The Spirian Series Rowena Portch Outskirts Press (2010) ISBN 9781432758660 Reviewed by Marty Shaw for Reader Views (1/11)   The first book in the Spirian series introduces us to a special group of people that could actually exist. That’s how realistic the author’s creations are. Skye is a woman who... Continue Reading →

The Light within our Shadowed Minds by Bear

The Light within our Shadowed Minds Bear Outskirts Press (2010) ISBN 9781432763190 Reviewed by William Phenn for Reader Views (2/11)   From the window in his room, the author sees the world and expresses it as he envisions it. Not always as pleasant as he would have liked, he talks about his childhood and the... Continue Reading →

The Knight Family Legacy: One Family’s Story by Marilyn R. Hill-Sutton

The Knight Family Legacy: One Family’s Story Marilyn R. Hill-Sutton Outskirts Press (2010) ISBN 9781432743116 Reviewed by Deb Shunamon for Reader Views (1/11)   This true story is absolutely fascinating. In 1886 a successful white man from Georgia, U.S.A., died and left his estate to his former slave and their children. The obstacles preventing his... Continue Reading →

The Janus Project by Brad Anderson

The Janus Project Brad Anderson Outskirts Press (2010) ISBN 9781432753887 Reviewed by William Phenn for Reader Views (1/11)   John Callan lost his family because of being a witness to a tragic crime. He didn’t ask to be there and never expected the repercussions of his involvement. His life changed, everything dear to him was... Continue Reading →

The Gift of Schizophrenia: A Testimony by DJ Cushing

The Gift of Schizophrenia: A Testimony DJ Cushing Outskirts Press (2010) ISBN 9781432763565 Reviewed by Carol Hoyer, PhD, for Reader Views (2/11)   From a psychological viewpoint, Schizophrenia is misunderstood and often treatment by non-educated therapists provides more crises for their patients. Author DJ Cushing describes his own journey through discovering his life falling apart,... Continue Reading →

The Fruit of the Dendragon Tree by Paul H. Deepan

The Fruit of the Dendragon Tree Paul H. Deepan Outskirts Press (2010) ISBN 9781432756703 Reviewed by Carol Hoyer, PhD, for Reader Views (1/11)   This is a book that will have something for all- fantasy, loss, beliefs and maturing. While I’m not a big fan of fantasy, this book did capture my attention. Jake, one... Continue Reading →

Sworn to Secrecy for Life: A Young American Spy’s Odyssey through War-torn Germany and Russia by Charles Joseph Fickey

Sworn to Secrecy for Life: A Young American Spy’s Odyssey through War-torn Germany and Russia Charles Joseph Fickey Outskirts Press (2010) ISBN 9781432761189 Reviewed by Joseph Yurt for Reader Views (1/11) In “Sworn to Secrecy for Life,” author Charles Joseph Fickey brings his real life Army intelligence experience to every line of this intriguing, suspenseful... Continue Reading →

Stalking the Dragon: 10th Anniversary Edition by Kregg P.J. Jorgenson

Stalking the Dragon: 10th Anniversary Edition Kregg P.J. Jorgenson Outskirts Press (2010) ISBN 9781432755645 Reviewed by Carol Hoyer, PhD, for Reader Views (1/11)   Author Kregg Jorgenson, a Vietnam vet, has lent his expertise and wit in this fast-paced and entertaining book. Mike Butler, an Army journalist, has been in Vietnam for three weeks and... Continue Reading →

Sentimental Me by Charles L. Fields

Sentimental Me Charles L. Fields Outskirts Press (2010) ISBN 9781432763473 Reviewed by Leslie Granier for Reader Views (1/11)   When United States Border Patrol Agent Jack Spates is brutally murdered, his death is investigated for more than one reason.  The first reason is obviously to identify the killer and bring him or her to justice. ... Continue Reading →

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