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Prisoners of the Third Reich

by Benjamin Welton

"Prisoners of the Third Reich" views history through the experiences of a brave but normal man and his fellow soldiers who survived the horrors of the Nazi war machine. W. E. Welbourne’s historical biography "Prisoners of the Third... Read More

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General in Command

by Benjamin Welton

"General in Command" is a fascinating biography of an overlooked but great American soldier. Michael M. Van Ness’s "General in Command" is a fantastic biography of one of World War II’s less familiar, but brilliant, leaders. The man... Read More

Book Review

Decision Affirmed

by Benjamin Welton

"Decision Affirmed" is a draining but rewarding history of World War II in the Pacific. Clarence Vold’s "Decision Affirmed" concerns one of the most controversial decisions in modern history: that to drop two atomic bombs on Japan in... Read More

Book Review

Forgiveness Dies

by Benjamin Welton

J. J. Hensley’s political thriller "Forgiveness Dies" boasts a unique private investigator, Trevor Galloway. Galloway, a former narcotics officer who survived an Eastern European drug gang’s torture, is back in Pittsburgh and needs... Read More

Book Review

The Cost of Living

by Benjamin Welton

"The Cost of Living" is an occult thriller that emphasizes its wholesome moral compass. D. L. Huntington’s occult-tinged thriller "The Cost of Living" is an excellent contemporary parable about the sickness of America’s wealth... Read More

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