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Joe Taylor, Book Reviewer

Book Review

The Life and Times of Jo Mora

by Joe Taylor

Peter Hiller’s illuminating biography "The Life and Times of Jo Mora" tours the works of one of the most productive, multitalented artists of twentieth-century America. Containing two hundred photographs of Mora’s work and excerpts... Read More

Book Review

Down from the Mountain

by Joe Taylor

Most concerned with time spent in the Australian military, "Down from the Mountain" is a motivational memoir about a lifetime of leadership. Brian Vickery’s memoir "Down from the Mountain" tracks his distinguished military career in... Read More

Book Review

Cuts That Don't Bleed

by Joe Taylor

An outwardly strong but still vulnerable woman struggles to survive her brutal past in Cuts That Don’t Bleed, a thriller about love and justice. A survivor of rape and childhood sexual abuse strives to avenge her past in Michelle L.... Read More

Book Review

Girty

by Joe Taylor

Richard Taylor’s biographical novel "Girty" covers the terror and tragedy of the Indian Wars. Simon Girty is legendary. Called “the first American frontier villain,” Girty, who was captured by Seneca Indians as a teenager, defected... Read More

Book Review

The Last American Hero

by Joe Taylor

John Glenn, a prominent representative of the Greatest Generation, gets a dimensional treatment in Alice L. George’s biography, "The Last American Hero". While many Americans think of astronaut and senator John Glenn as “a bit of a... Read More

Book Review

Bundini

by Joe Taylor

Todd D. Snyder’s “collection of stories” about Muhammad Ali’s motivator and cornerman “Bundini” Brown vivifies the cultural icon who was instrumental to Ali’s success. "Bundini" is alive with voices. One of its primary... Read More

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