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The Director Murdered

by Benjamin Welton

Uganda is exquisitely described in this murder mystery with a dynamic lead. Emmanuel Igwaro Odongo-Aginya’s murder mystery "The Director Murdered", set in Uganda, has political overtones and a likable lead detective; its dynamic team... Read More

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Percy's Field

by Benjamin Welton

Percy’s Field combines great naturalism and regional storytelling with the pleasure of detective fiction … not to be missed. Percy’s Field by Christopher Brookhouse is an inverted detective story. It is obvious early on in the... Read More

Book Review

Flight of the Fox

by Benjamin Welton

Gray Basnight’s "Flight of the Fox" is the ultimate paranoid thriller—a major page-turner dedicated to one wrongfully accused man’s flight from the law. This is a big-league ride from start to finish, and at its core, it discusses... Read More

Book Review

38 Hours to Montreal

by Benjamin Welton

"38 Hours to Montreal", with its many photos and its amazing ambiance of bleak Canadian winters, reminds us of what great history books used to be like. Speed, technology, and transition are the central themes of this fun, lively history... Read More

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Tiger Farms

by Benjamin Welton

"Tiger Farms" is a heroic tale, an action story, and a morality play all in one—and thoroughly fun. The battle between the East and the West is an old canard. Matthew James’s debut novel "Tiger Farms" takes this old duel and injects... Read More

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The Rice Thieves

by Benjamin Welton

"The Rice Thieves" has pretty much all you could ever want out of an action tale—love, violence, patriotism, and discussions about the importance of food production. "The Rice Thieves" is an international caper featuring what could be... Read More

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