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The year’s best book?

At the end of each year, I sit back and review the reviews, to come up with the book that appealed the most. This...

American Sniper

American Sniper (ISBN 978-0-06-237657-2, Harper, 2014) proclaims itself as the autobiography of the most lethal sniper in U.S. history. From the outset, I am...

Sweatshop Greed

Sweatshop Greed (ISBN 978-1-481-06833-8, self-published, 2013), is a first novel for Aussie expatriate Michael Conlon, which came to me directly from the author. For...

Pop Darrell’s Last Case

One of the more prolific expat writers is Dean Barrett with numerous books covering several genre, including fiction and non-fiction, poetry and children’s books....

Are you smart enough to work at Google?

“Googling” is these days an international pursuit. So much so I am amazed they haven’t made it into a reality games show for TV....

Theodore Boone – The Accused

Something different this week. A John Grisham novel, the third in his Theodore Boone series, with the target audience being 10-15 year olds (eighth...

The Killing Chase

Hot on the heels of his first book The Killing Code, author Craig Hurren has come out with the sequel, The Killing Chase (ISBN...

Hardwiring Happiness

Hardwiring Happiness proclaims that it will reshape your brain and your life.  In fact, the New Scientist even goes as far as stating that...

Veni Vidi Vici

Veni, Vidi, Vici is a Latin phrase that is known by most people, so it is understandable that author Peter Jones would use it...

El Narco

El Narco, The Bloody Rise of the Mexican Drug Cartels (ISBN 978-1-4088-2243-2, Bloomsbury Publishing, 2013) caught my eye in Bookazine (The Avenue) and was...

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