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Eye of the Moon

by Bradley A. Scott

Set in 1977, the novel has a timeless, eerie feeling. Wealth, family politics, and the occult make for a strangely captivating and exotic brew in Ivan Obolensky’s "Eye of the Moon". Wealthy playboy Johnny Dodge invites his childhood... Read More

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The Modoc War

by Bradley A. Scott

McNally provides a brutally frank and damningly well-documented account of the war’s sordid background. The 1873 Modoc War pitted the small but fierce Modoc tribe against the United States government, which sought to expel them from... Read More

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Onigamiising

by Bradley A. Scott

Grover’s essays provide insight into Ojibwe life, even as it contends with the encroaching tendencies of surrounding cultures. This collection of short essays offers wisdom, humor, and affection from an Ojibwe grandmother who is also a... Read More

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Survivor

by Bradley A. Scott

Music fans will be fascinated by this very personal deep dive into the real life of the blues. For years, Benny Turner was the slim, understated bass player who stood in the background, calmly thumping out the steady, melodically... Read More

Book Review

Beyond Snowden

by Bradley A. Scott

This is an important book from a uniquely informed source on a critical and timely topic. "Beyond Snowden", written by Timothy H. Edgar, a civil liberties lawyer who had a ringside view of development of government surveillance programs,... Read More

Book Review

Che, My Brother

by Bradley A. Scott

Juan Martin Guevara wants Che to be remembered as a human being, not as a myth. Fifty years after his death, Ernesto “Che” Guevara remains one of the most charismatic and controversial figures of the Cold War era. In this memoir, his... Read More

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