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Obama’s Legacy: What He Accomplished as President – Michael I. Days

(Reviewed by JD Jung) We all know those who refuse to acknowledge the vast accomplishments of the Obama presidency, even though the facts stare them right in the face. I personally think it is due to racism, but it is … Continue reading

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After You’re Dead: A Jake Roberts Novel, Book 5 – Cary Allen Stone

(Reviewed by Cathy Carey) “At exactly shift change, Richard stood in the doorway of his bedroom. It was the signal. The five other killers that shared the board understood the directions he had given them, and the consequences if they … Continue reading

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Sugar – Kimberly Stuart

(Reviewed by JD Jung) “Oh, to escape the daily hostility of Felix, the rampages of Alain, the snarky comments from the army of egocentric, narcissistic, self-absorbed males in the kitchen.” Thirty-something Charlie Garrett worked at L’Ombre, a top Manhattan restaurant … Continue reading

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The Fix Is in: The Deutsche Bank Building Fire Conspiracy- J A Graffagnino

(Reviewed by Ishita RC) The truth is revealed in this detailed account regarding the devastating fire at 130 Liberty Street, Manhattan’s Deutsche Bank, located in the heart of the financial sector, a short distance from what was the World Trade … Continue reading

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Once There Were Giants: The Golden Age of Heavyweight Boxing – by Jerry Izenberg

(Reviewed by JD Jung) “…the man who possessed one of the three best heavyweight jabs among the moderns, including Sonny Liston and Joe Louis; the man with an absolutely devastating uppercut that his corner named “Big Jack” after the late, … Continue reading

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Defying Her Billionaire Protector – Angela Bissell

(Reviewed by Ishita RC) Marietta Vincenti might be a paraplegic, but she values her independence. So naturally her Italian temper takes full form when her brother’s best friend – private security tycoon Nicolas Cesar—decides to swoop in and take her … Continue reading

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Taste of Persia: A Cook’s Travels Through Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia, Iran, and Kurdistan – Naomi Duguid

(Reviewed by JD Jung) I usually browse the internet to find recipes, since cookbooks just take up too much needed shelf space. Needless to say, it takes a lot for me to buy an actual cookbook. However, there is one that I … Continue reading

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Whatever Happened to Interracial Love?: Stories – Kathleen Collins

(Reviewed by JD Jung) “His white face floats in a sea of black protest. It is a time that calls forth the most picturesque of metaphors, for we are swimming along in the underbelly of America..there where it is soft … Continue reading

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The Helper – M. N. Snow

(Reviewed by Jeyran Main) The Helper takes you on a journey where friendship, relationships and the desire to help others means more than anything. Three friends with three secrets have the power to heal people, meaning they are givers. John … Continue reading

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Holding Out for a Zero-Heather Wardell

(Reviewed by Ishita RC) “I’m doing the right thing, not feeding myself. It’s the only thing I can do, so I will do it. Gloria can somehow have the energy I don’t take in, and it will help her stay … Continue reading

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