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The Grail Conspiracy

by Diane Vogt

At the end of the search for the Holy Grail in this thrill-a-minute page turner, the chalice that once caught the blood of Christ now spills its dangerous contents over journalist Cotten Stone and biblical history scholar and priest John... Read More

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Madame Prosecutor

by Diane Vogt

Every law student learns quickly that neither the United States nor any other country has legal authority over foreign powers or their citizens. The United Nations is an institution deprived of the two standard tools of behavior... Read More

Book Review

To Catch The Lightning

by Diane Vogt

Fame, of course, is fleeting, but immortality belongs to those bold enough to chase it. At least in sheer volume of images, Edward Sheriff Curtis (1868—1952) will never be surpassed as the greatest photographer of Native Americans in... Read More

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Wounded Moon

by Diane Vogt

“When man’s after money, nature is always changed”, says Dr. David Johnson, the man responsible for unleashing an Alaskan Grizzly bear on the Appalachian Trail in this combination love letter, cautionary tale, and fable. “We’ve... Read More

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