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A New Brand of Patriotism

by Mark McLaughlin

A Capraesque naïveté fills this charming attempt to show America what it could be. “The great America that we grew up to love doesn’t exist anymore,” an old veteran laments during a meeting with a group of fellow war heroes in "A... Read More

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Haven's Key

by Mark McLaughlin

Unpretentious and realistic characters put a refreshing spin on the fantasy-quest genre. A kindly old storyteller, a slender girl who is a healer, a young boy with a tattooed face, a dishonored archer, his wife, and her colorfully furred... Read More

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True View

by Mark McLaughlin

Quick and compelling, the mystery in this thriller peels open like an onion, offering a unique premise and believable characters. “Remote viewers” allegedly use extra-sensory perception and out-of-body experiences to find, track,... Read More

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America's Greatest Blunder

by Mark McLaughlin

This primer to American history asks “what-if” of the nation’s entrance into WWI, exploring the options with a well-paced and thoroughly researched narrative. The entry of the United States into World War I was “one of... Read More

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The Inconvenient Indian

by Mark McLaughlin

Glib humor gives way to serious discussion of historic and modern treatment of Indians. “Most of the history of Indians in North America has been forgotten,” says Canadian (and Cherokee) author Thomas King. “What we are left with... Read More

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