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The Battle For America

by Mark G. McLaughlin

Through his faith in God and years in the United States Marine Corps, William G. Lord was fortunate enough “to leave behind the pain of isolation caused by poverty.” That others seek to rise from poverty without a strong faith in... Read More

Book Review

Of War and Consequence

by Mark G. McLaughlin

“This land is far too good for the likes of these worms! Let us bring upon them the rage they wrought!” Now that would have been a great opening line for Harrington Martin’s Of War and Consequence: The Consortium Chain.... Read More

Book Review

India Was One

by Mark G. McLaughlin

Though he chooses to remain anonymous, credited as simply “An Indian,” the author of "India Was One" has obviously drawn much from his personal experience to flavor his novel. By the time they reach its conclusion, many readers will... Read More

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Journey beyond 2012

by Mark G. McLaughlin

Finally, a doomsday 2012 novel without meteors, earthquakes, tsunamis, viral epidemics, or zombies. Piero Rivolta is to be congratulated for eschewing the commonplace while taking what is quite literally a high road. Although spurred on... Read More

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