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March 2014

Night of the Fox – Jack Higgins

Sometimes, the time is right for a quick and entertaining read to get your mind off the day to day grind. Night of the Fox by Jack Higgins just happened to appear in front of me so I picked it… Continue Reading →

The Confession – John Grisham

Having recently read “To Kill a Mockingbird”, this story is oddly similar in that it portrays social injustice in the deep south. The difference being that this story takes place over a half a century later in modern society.

Killing Jesus – Bill O’Reilly & Martin Dugard

A quick read, Killing Jesus, the objective study of the period in history surrounding the birth, life and death of Jesus Christ, encompasses more than just facts about the Messiah. This book includes interesting history of the Caesar’s, King Herod… Continue Reading →

The Rise of Silas Lapham by William Dean Howells

An English teacher back in High School assigned us 2 books to read one winter: McTeague by Frank Norris and The Child Buyer by John Hersey. I remember McTeague as being a fairly enjoyable book, but I don’t believe I… Continue Reading →

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