Monthly Archives: July 2012

Book Review: The Governor of Goat Hill by Eddie Curran

The Governor of Goat Hill: Don Siegelman, The Reporter who Exposed his Crimes, and the Hoax that Suckered some of the Top Names in Journalism by Eddie Curran Copyright 2010 Publisher: iUniverse.com 688 pages Rating: 9/10 Summary: Journalist Eddie Curran … Continue reading

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Book Review: Almost French by Sarah Turnbull

Almost French: Love and a New Life in Paris by Sarah Turnbull Copyright 2004 Gotham Books 304 pages Rating: 9/10 Summary: Australian Sarah Turnbull met a handsome Frenchman named Frederic. Throwing caution to the wind, she moved in with him … Continue reading

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Book Review: JFK – Reckless Youth by Nigel Hamilton

JFK: Reckless Youth by Nigel Hamilton Copyright 1992 Publisher: Random House 797 pages Rating: 9/10 Summary: Looks, money, power, scandal and tragedy – JFK had it all. Author Hamilton recounts JFK’s life from birth (1917) up through his election to … Continue reading

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Book Review: A Nation of Victims by Charles J. Sykes

A Nation of Victims: The Decay of the American Character by Charles J. Sykes Copyright 1992 Publisher: St. Martin’s Press 255 pages Rating: 6/10 Summary: Conservative commentator Sykes takes aim at the Left and what became known as “political correctness.” … Continue reading

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Book Review: Tequila Blue by Rolo Diez

Tequila Blue by Rolo Diez Copyright 1992 Publisher: Bitter Lemon Press 168 pages Rating: 7.5/10 Summary: This little novel is a fun, slice-of-life mystery set in Mexico’s seedy underworld. It’s well worth a look. Review: In Tequila Blue, Carlos “Carlito” … Continue reading

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