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September 2006

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that were published September 2006.

Book Review

M.A.D. Again

by Margaret Fedder

Donovan skillfully depicts Poe-esque imagery through eerie poetry. Poet Michael A. Donovan offers striking images and an interesting perspective on the trials of life in his collection "M.A.D. Again". With an eclectic referential... Read More

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Knock and I Will Dine with You

by Diane Taylor

"Knock and I Will Dine with You" is long on religious fervor and short on literary merit. No doubt Clara E. Garcia means well when she states that, “the words just come, as if it’s not even me saying it but that some force of good is... Read More

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The Saudi Slave Masters

“My kingdom will survive only in so far as it remains a country difficult of access, where the foreigner will have no other aim, with his task fulfilled, but to get out.” —Attributed to King Abdul Aziz Ibn Saud (1876-1953) Today... Read More

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"Echelon" named for a global intelligence agency with links to the NSA and the British MI5 opens with narrator William Mansfield recounting in awe the rise and fall of voice technologies pioneer John Ingleton. The storytelling slant... Read More

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Tattoos and Scars

I was on fire, and no one will dare tell me different. —from “A Chain Unbending” "Tattoos and Scars" is a dichotomy on the theme of self-destruction, alternately rejecting and embracing it. Steven Leake II knows much about... Read More

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Unpublished Manuscript

Richard B. Boone’s unpublished manuscript is divided into two parts. The first part, Why Planets Rotate: The Existence Mechanism of the Universe presents a new model of the universe based on the author’s own pragmatic deductions. The... Read More

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Rainy Faces

We’ve got three murders and a freaky woman motorcycle club that’s gone haywire. No I’d say that’s not an accident. In "Rainy Faces" the perfect long-distance biker caravan features individuals who sacrifice for the good of the... Read More

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