A Review of Coercion

Coercion by Tim Tigner My rating: 4 of 5 stars Coercion is a very good spy/thriller set in 1990 during the Gorbachev/Perestroika Russian years. “Knyaz” is a super secret organization within the KGB that wants to gain control by ridding the country of Gorbachev and giving Russia its own version of Perestroika. With Vasily Karpov, …

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A Review of Earth Alone

Earth Alone by Daniel Arenson My rating: 3 of 5 stars Earth Alone had its moments, mostly toward the end, but it seems that many of the recent, new military sci fi novels I’ve been reading lately all seem to be written by authors who feel compelled to prove their military authenticity by being able …

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Favorite Songs by Decade

My Favorite Songs by Decade Recently, Gretchen and I were listening to our favorite DJ, Richard Blade, on our favorite radio station, First Wave, on SiriusXM as he interviewed The Cure’s Robert Smith, one of my favorite singers from one of my favorite bands. Gretchen can’t stand him. Richard asked him an interesting question and …

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A Review of The Sentinel

The Sentinel by Michael Wallace My rating: 4 of 5 stars The Sentinel is the first in a trilogy set in a future where humanity has splintered into largely ethnic factions, so that the English have settled several planets, centuries ago, and the Chinese, and so on. Most have lost touch with their roots. There …

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3 Things YOU Need To Know About Trigeminal Neuralgia – Daily Records

A while back, whilst working in Oregon, my husband, in agonizing pain, took himself to the emergency room at the local hospital. He had just suffered a severe burn, about 5 x3 inches, on his stomac… Source: 3 Things YOU Need To Know About Trigeminal Neuralgia – Daily Records

A Review of Man on the Run

Man on the Run: Paul McCartney in the 1970s by Tom Doyle My rating: 4 of 5 stars Man on the Run is an interesting biography of Paul McCartney and his family during the 1970s, as well as his band, Wings (one of my favorite bands of that decade). It is a long, thorough look …

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