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Shook

by Jeff Fleischer

That climbing Mount Everest is a risky and dangerous endeavor is well known, but never has that been more true than it was in April of 2015, when a massive earthquake struck Nepal, resulting in the deadliest day so far on the mountain.... Read More

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Cyrus the Great

by Jeff Fleischer

For myriad reasons, King Cyrus II, founder of the Achaemenid Persian Empire, is one of the most compelling figures of ancient history. Stephen Dando-Collins’s expert biography, "Cyrus the Great", combines ancient and modern sources for... Read More

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The King of Taos

by Jeff Fleischer

In his novel "The King of Taos", Max Evans chronicles the lives of friends who wile away their days drinking in a local bar and thinking up ways to make a little money in their tourist-heavy New Mexico town. Set in the 1950s, Evans’s... Read More

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The King of Nothing Much

by Jeff Fleischer

A forty-something father copes with his changing circumstances, grappling with his role in his family and society, in Jesse Edward Johnson’s literary novella "The King of Nothing Much". This enjoyable novel blends everyday humor with a... Read More

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Six Inches Deeper

by Jeff Fleischer

Thorough and meticulous, William Rawlings’s "Six Inches Deeper" chronicles the disappearance and discovery of a murdered woman, the murder investigation, the trial, and its aftermath. This journalistic work concerns the August 1972... Read More

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Today Sardines Are Not for Sale

by Jeff Fleischer

On Mother’s Day in 1942, a corner shop in Occupied Paris became the site of a memorable protest. At a time when collaborationist, government-enforced rationing and hunger were rampant, an organized group of women stormed that shop, and... Read More

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