Philip Persinger takes on the vagaries of chance and love in "Do the Math" which answers the question “What would you do if you had the opportunity to reunite with the love of your life?” Theoretical mathematician William Teale is... Read More
Israel and Palestine appear regularly in the news but American readers may know little about the embattled region. Anna’s Ring a historical fiction novel by Anni Bodmer aims to make the current Holy Land crises comprehensible and to... Read More
Take a quick getaway to another time and place merely by opening a book. Billed as “inspirational folklore” "Broken Gourds" by Beresford McLean transports the reader to Albion a rural Jamaican village in the early 1900s. Sumptuous... Read More
When we read about life in places such as Baghdad or Gaza most of us cannot imagine a life under occupation. Lois Glass Webb’s second novel The Spectre of Death Rode the Land: A Southern Family Caught Up in the Union Invasion of... Read More
Most people know of Henry VIII. The notorious King of England married annulled and/or had executed six wives. His obsessive search for the perfect woman (and the perfect heir) highlighted the Tudor era’s preoccupation with the control... Read More
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