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Norton's Lament

by John Michael Senger

Alden E. C. Bigelow’s Norton’s Lament is a provocative novel with a misleading title, if one is to define “lament” as an expression of deep sorrow, a wailing or mourning. Bigelow tells the story of Joe Norton—dropping out of... Read More

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The Alaskan Sting

by John Michael Senger

"The Alaskan Sting" lingers in the mind. The story moves along briskly with unexpected twists, but John Herold’s action novel reads like the script for a B-grade, made-for-television movie. It even looks like a script, with extra white... Read More

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The Neurosurgeon

by John Michael Senger

Thoughtful people cannot read Travis Robertson’s first novel, "The Neurosurgeon", without reexamining their own relationship to alcohol. This is an intense and fast-paced tale of booze, sex, and violence, played out by a talented and... Read More

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Dean Robb

by John Michael Senger

“The hottest place in hell is reserved for those who in time of moral crisis remained neutral.” This favorite quotation of John F. Kennedy and Martin Luther King, Jr., sometimes attributed to the Italian poet, Dante, aptly describes... Read More

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The Aspen Account

by John Michael Senger

Heroes in modern mystery novels come in a variety of packages, including dashingly handsome spies and crime-fighting lawyers. In Bryan Devore’s first novel, "The Aspen Account", the hero is a certified public accountant named Michael... Read More

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