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Twilight of the White Rajahs

by Mark McLaughlin

Borneo’s last colonial rulers are portrayed as a lusty lot in this exposé of a little-known story set in a remote, exotic land. The “White Rajahs,” who ruled Sarawak on the north shore of Borneo, were a colorful and randy lot, as... Read More

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Free at Last

by Mark McLaughlin

Encouraging thought, reflection, and discussion, these lessons on the book of Luke pose unique questions to Bible-study groups. Leesa K. Donner’s study guide and course book on the Bible, Free at Last: A Life Changing Journey Through... Read More

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The Recruit

by Mark McLaughlin

This light and concise read presents a fantastical, action-filled plot populated by relatable teenage characters. When the sixteen-year-old heroine with Jedi-like powers mutters, “I just have a really bad feeling” about something,... Read More

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Duty, Honor, Money

by Mark McLaughlin

"Duty, Honor, Money" is a damn fine war story that does honor to the grunts. "Duty, Honor, Money" may just be THE Afghan war novel. Written by a retired marine major general, it is a gritty, authentic tale of men in combat, as well as an... Read More

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