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One Shoe

by Jason Henninger

Hippies, criminals, con men, and cult leaders all want a piece of what Harry has discovered in Northern California gold country. Take a little northern California history, add a touch of Christopher Moore and a large dash of Elmore... Read More

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The King of the Sea Monkeys

by Jason Henninger

A complex narrative style reflects the brokenness of a man recovering from a gunshot wound to the head. Looking both intellectually and intimately at a life unraveling, Mark E. Cull’s "The King of the Sea Monkeys" is in turns surreal,... Read More

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Radiomen

by Jason Henninger

This philosophical novel reflects on physics and cults, analyzing the nature of mysteries. Is there life beyond our world? What if a hazy childhood dream was in fact a memory of an impossible visitor? In "Radiomen", poet and novelist... Read More

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Wild Gourmet

by Jason Henninger

Seasoned hunters looking to expand their kitchen repertoire will certainly be pointed in the right direction with this comprehensive guide. For the true gourmet, nothing beats the freshest cuts of meat, especially when it is free-range... Read More

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The Necessity of Secularism

by Jason Henninger

Lindsay avoids presenting arguments against the validity of religious doctrines and focuses on how religious and irreligious societies function. No one questions that religion has played an important part in human society, but has it... Read More

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Moon Queen

by Jason Henninger

Romance and history blend in this story of a 13th-century queen. Despite her significance in the history of Turkey, Mahperi Hatun is not a familiar name in the West, nor is that of her husband, the Seljuk Sultan Alaeddin Keykubad I.... Read More

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