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The possibility that a monster like Adolph Hitler could have ever been a ladies man never crossed my mind. Never. But that is exactly the ..read more

It's time for another American Dirt update.  As I noted last week, despite all the self-righteous ranting associated with a well ..read more
Book Chase by Sam Sattler - 4d ago

The first time I read Fred Gipson’s Old Yeller, I was already thirteen or fourteen years old and “officially” too old for the book ..read more

I spent some time last night setting up two new bibliography page tabs for the blog. The tabs show up near the top of the homepage in ..read more

Sam Houston is one of the most fascinating figures in American history primarily because so few men have had as many highs and lows in one ..read more

I was pleasantly surprised this morning to open my copy of the New York Times Book Review and find that the controversial novel by Jeanine ..read more
Book Chase by Sam Sattler - 4d ago

Chanelle Benz makes her debut with The Gone Dead, a novel set deep in the Mississippi Delta near the turn of the twenty-first century (2002 ..read more

Now Barnes & Noble management gets its turn on the Stage of Worldwide Humiliation because of one of the dumber marketing ploys any ..read more

There is such a glut of World War II fiction on the market these days that it’s becoming hard to distinguish one book from another. Even ..read more
Book Chase by Sam Sattler - 4d ago

Do any of you guys really believe book blurbs, those little snippets of praise that authors exchange among each other in order to promote ..read more

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