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Arizona Nights

by Stewart Edward White

I enjoy cowboy stories, and was thinking this would be some kind of Zane Grey lite, but it turned out to be the wild West as told by Arthur Conan Doyle. Not literally, but it might have well have been. Who knew cowboys had such a vocabulary? Should have been written in the third person as the dialogue is ridiculously un-cowboy like.

Reviewed on 2017.07.10

Gun for Hire

by Dallas McCord Reynolds

Interesting read on human nature and how it really never changes.

Reviewed on 2015.09.17

The Odyssey

by Homer

The tale of Odysseus' journeys. What can one say about a classic?

This translation uses the Roman names for gods and goddesses

Reviewed on 2014.03.29

A Modern Buccaneer

by Rolf Boldrewood

The tale of a young man finding his way amongst the South Pacific Islands with a "buccaneer". He's a likeable guy trading among the various islands. No cutlasses, no cannons, no captured booty. It's an interesting read, just not the usual pirate tale

Reviewed on 2013.03.10

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Raised on military bases, L.E. Fraser's introduction to unique people and experiences fed a lifelong desire to write. Her books are full of thrills, interesting characters and unexpected twists. Skully, one of her Perdition Games books, is no exception. As our Author of the Day, Fraser tells us all about this book and how she follows her characters during the writing process in order to create interesting stories.
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