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Dan Bogey, Book Reviewer

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Aaron's Crossing

by Dan Bogey

A wooded cemetery at twilight is not the place to be, the author thought to herself as she paused in front of a headstone in the midst of an overgrown Michigan graveyard in 1995. The heavy feeling of a troubled presence caused her to... Read More

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Ian Fleming & James Bond

by Dan Bogey

For those who recall the paranoia, the unyielding sense of foreboding, and the daily threat of nuclear annihilation that defined life during Cold War, there was no greater fictional antidote than Ian Fleming’s James Bond. While the... Read More

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Awakening the Mystic Gift

by Dan Bogey

“Imagine the responsibility of seeing someones future,” writes the author, “and having to guide the person to or away from that future.” That was an obligation that Doherty had yet to fully comprehend when, as a mother of two... Read More

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Cutting Time

by Dan Bogey

Willie Lee Reed is eleven when he finds God in his fingers. He has just left the Detroit orphanage and come into the home of Reverend Stockton, a cruel man who nonetheless has the sense to recognize Willie Lee’s gift and present him... Read More

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Just in Case

by Dan Bogey

In his opening pages the author describes the different reactions of individuals experiencing a profound, life-altering event. “Some have been traumatized while others have been inspired. There is deep confusion and enlightenment.... Read More

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Send Me Someone

by Dan Bogey

I don’t want you to be alone. Then send me someone. This exchange between Paul and his wife, Diana, occurred a few months after their 25th wedding anniversary, following the diagnosis of the fast-moving cancer that would shortly take... Read More

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