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Ron Watson, Book Reviewer

Book Review

The Name I Call Myself

by Ron Watson

On the surface a love story, this relatable novel is also a journey of introspection and self-discovery. With "The Name I Call Myself", Beth Moran tackles the classic themes of searching for true love—and one’s true self. This clever... Read More

Book Review

Noise

by Ron Watson

The plot is excellently paced, and the author presents a near perfect balance between quiet character moments and over-the-top action. "Noise" by Brett Garcia Rose introduces a wealth of emotionally resonant characters via an... Read More

Book Review

Deadly Savage

by Ron Watson

From start to finish, this is fresh and exciting work–highly recommended to fans of thrillers, specifically of action-packed stories concerning political intrigue. Dave Edlund’s "Deadly Savage" is an enthralling story from its... Read More

Book Review

A Hard Decision

by Ron Watson

This emotionally hefty play deals with the effects of war on individuals and relationships, and should strike a sympathetic chord with veterans. Westley Thomas’s play "A Hard Decision" focuses on the aftermath of war in a... Read More

Book Review

Pegasus Down

by Ron Watson

Sharp dialogue and capable protagonists make for a compelling espionage novel. Philip Donlay’s "Pegasus Down", the sixth book in his Donovan Nash series, is an action-packed thrill ride from the opening scene. This enthralling story... Read More

Book Review

War

by Ron Watson

Vivo tackles the weight of war without coming across as heavily idealistic, arguing rather convincingly about the legality of war. War: A Crime Against Humanity is a thorough inspection into the history of war, its effects on humanity,... Read More

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