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Taiso

by Wayne Cunningham

Shakespearean plot and a complicated hero make this authentic samurai tale exciting. Like James Clavell’s epics of Japanese history, prolific author Peter Bailey’s "Taiso" is a superb example of its genre. With its seamless blend of... Read More

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My Road of Life

by Wayne Cunningham

Poetry and prose lyrically meld the Azerbaijan landscape with the author’s own spiritual and political experiences. In "My Road of Life", Azerbaijani poet and politician Sabir Rustamkhanli contends that “each road has its own magic... Read More

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Beyond Compulsion

by Wayne Cunningham

Georges Lefanu is a gambler and a psychotic killer. D. Valencia takes those compulsions to a substantial depth in a penetrating story of Georges’s upbringing, the degradation of Georges’s love-struck partner, and the execution of a... Read More

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Thomas Clayton

by Wayne Cunningham

Randy Harvey’s first novel, "Thomas Clayton", is an artfully crafted coming-of-age tale and a riveting read containing all the elements of a suspenseful first-class thriller. Adversity strikes early and often in Thomas Clayton “T.... Read More

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The Way Up

by Wayne Cunningham

Former lawyer Ward Jones has made good use of his private and corporate legal expertise in his fifth novel, "The Way Up". Against a backdrop of courtrooms, lawsuits, and the legal maneuvering needed to create an oil and gas exploration... Read More

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Cargo of Hate

by Wayne Cunningham

Fans of sailing and seafaring stories will find Kermit R. Mercer’s Cargo of Hate: A Sailing Story to be a rewarding read. General readers, however, will find it to be something of a struggle, albeit one worth enduring. In the preface,... Read More

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