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A conservative Christian view on world events.

Mark Carroll is a freelance writer and works in the finance industry.

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Book Review: The People in the Photo
May 16, 2014, 2:48 GMT

Book Review: The People in the Photo

In 1971 an old photograph portraying two men and a young woman apparently enjoying a companionable moment after a tennis match sets Helene Hivert on a quest to discover more about those people. Helene had no memory of her mother nor would anyone...

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Book Review: Deadroads
May 16, 2014, 2:44 GMT

Book Review: Deadroads

Born and bred in Louisiana’s backwaters, the Sarrazin family was infused with knowledge and abilities about ghosts and the otherworldly denizens most of us never see. When Lutie was just a youngster, her mother Mireille packed them up leaving...

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Book Review: The Living Memories Project
May 16, 2014, 2:41 GMT

Book Review: The Living Memories Project

The death of a loved one invariably leaves a gaping hole in the lives of survivors as they struggle with grief and the overwhelming sense of loss. This collection of thirty personal stories looks at the different ways people have chosen to remember a loved one, of keeping...

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Book Review: Gemsigns
May 16, 2014, 2:37 GMT

Book Review: Gemsigns

The emergence of a technology driven ailment known simply as the Syndrome, targeted the young and threatened humanity with extinction within a couple of generations. Faced with such a bleak future, genetic engineers were given free rein to...

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Book Review: End Times
May 16, 2014, 2:32 GMT

Book Review: End Times

After her stepfather died as a result of Daphne having to defend herself against his rape attempt, her mother basically threw her out of the house. Leaving Detroit behind her, Daphne took the next bus to Carbon County, Wyoming and the home of Uncle Floyd and his family. Daphne’s arrival in Carbon County coincided with...

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Book Review: Midnight Crossroad
May 2, 2014, 3:43 GMT

Book Review: Midnight Crossroad

Much to his mother’s chagrin, twenty-two year old Manfred Bernardo relocated his internet psychic business to the tiny community of Midnight, Texas. Manfred soon realizes the handful of residents are an eclectic mix; his neighbor across the street is a witch complete with an unusual...

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Book Review: Monsieur le Commandant
May 2, 2014, 3:40 GMT

Book Review: Monsieur le Commandant

World War I hero, academic and devout Catholic, Pauo-Jean Husson together with wife Marguerite raised two adult children and they welcomed the Nazi occupation of France. Though a loving parent and learned man, Husson was also a...

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Book Review: Earth Star
May 2, 2014, 3:36 GMT

Book Review:  Earth Star

After her heroics during a dramatic military rescue, Jarra was awarded the coveted Artemis, the military’s highest honor despite being an “ape”, one of those unfortunate humans with a deficient immune system rendering her incapable of portalling off Earth. Shortly after these events...

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Book Review: A World Without Princes
May 2, 2014, 3:33 GMT

Book Review: A World Without Princes

Best friends Agatha and Sophie may have thought their troubles were over and life would return to “normal” once they returned home after events in The School for Good and Evil but such was not the case. Agatha begins to doubt whether she made the right choices...

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Book Review: Any Other Name
May 2, 2014, 3:29 GMT

Book Review: Any Other Name

When his former boss, Lucian Connally called Sheriff Walt Longmire to check into the circumstances around the apparent suicide death of detective Gerald Holman in nearby Campbell County, few could have guessed where his investigation would lead. Holman had been assigned to look into...

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Apr 22, 2014, 14:52 GMT

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Book Review: Bagdad Central
Apr 14, 2014, 2:40 GMT

Book Review: Bagdad Central

This compelling novel opens in the streets of Baghdad during April 2003 as American and coalition forces begin their occupation.Inspector Muhsin al-Khafaji wants only to avoid conflict, stay out of sight, enjoy poetry and take care of his family including his ailing daughter, Mrouj. Toward that end, Muhsin abandons...

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Book Review: Nearly Gone
Apr 14, 2014, 2:36 GMT

Book Review: Nearly Gone

From an early age, high school student Nearly Boswell has been told to never trust a man and excelling at school is her best hope of escaping a life of poverty. Nearly and her best friend are neck and neck for winning a coveted scholarship that includes community service assignments, which for Nearly that means...

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Book Review: The Detainee
Apr 14, 2014, 2:32 GMT

Book Review: The Detainee

Sixty-three year old ex-Mafia enforcer Clancy, once known as the “Big Guy” is now a detainee on an island off the East Coast. What was once a residential area is now a grim place as the entire island is now the mainland’s garbage dump and that includes those members of society deemed...

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Book Review: Free to Fall
Apr 14, 2014, 2:28 GMT

Book Review: Free to Fall

In the not so distant future, people are relying upon a decision making app known as Lux to tell them when to get up, what to wear, who to date and basically direct every aspect of their lives. Great if you want nothing more then a...

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Book Review: Ice Cold
Apr 14, 2014, 2:21 GMT

Book Review: Ice Cold

With tensions currently escalating between the United States and Russia and speculation about the possibility of another cold war, this collection of twenty new tales from the first cold war is particularly timely. Jeffery Deaver’s “Comrade 35” starts things rolling with a completely different take on...

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Book Review: Aunt Dimity and the Wishing Well
Apr 14, 2014, 2:16 GMT

Book Review: Aunt Dimity and the Wishing Well

Everyone knows their neighbors in the close knit Cotswold Village of Finch, England which made the reclusive Hector Huggins something of a mystery. While most residents thrived on gossip and knowing the latest news, Hector fished and kept to himself but that didn’t prevent...

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Book Review: A Bride for One Night
Mar 28, 2014, 3:11 GMT

Book Review: A Bride for One Night

In her first book to be translated into English, Calderon presents seventeen Talmudic tales, retold as finely nuanced fictional short stories. At the start of each one is the bare bones original text version that provides the general outline for what’s to come. The retold story is then followed by...

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Book Review: The Last Wild
Mar 28, 2014, 3:07 GMT

After spending the last six years locked away in Spectrum Hall Academy for Challenging Children, twelve year old Kester Jaynes is about to embark on the adventure of a lifetime. A deadly virus known simply as the red-eye killed every animal and edible plant on the planet, most people live in tightly controlled...

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Book Review: Omega Days
Mar 28, 2014, 3:01 GMT

People around California and indeed the world, were simply going about their daily lives when the unthinkable happened. A virus transmitted by bites from walking corpses quickly decimated entire cities as the domino effect of newly infected in turn began rising up and killing. In the midst of total chaos...

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Book Review: The Kill Switch
Mar 28, 2014, 2:58 GMT

Book Review: The Kill Switch

This globe trotting action adventure features Army Ranger Tucker Wayne and canine companion Kane, a military trained Belgian Malinois who together, form a close-knit team that’s hard to beat. With the possible reappearance of an ancient microbe known as LUCA which is capable of incredible...

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Book Review: Tease
Mar 28, 2014, 2:54 GMT

Book Review: Tease

During her junior year, Emma Putman transferred to the high school attended by Sara and best friend Brielle, a vicious, rich bitch who enjoyed picking on everyone around her. Due in part to her looks and the way she attracts boys including Sara’s boyfriend Dylan, the girls begin taunting Emma with...

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Book Review: Murder of Crows
Mar 12, 2014, 2:26 GMT

Book Review: Murder of Crows
Itís been two months since Meg Corbyn, a cassandra sangue or blood prophet escaped the compound where she was held captive and found her way to the Lakewood terra indigene courtyard. Simon Wolfgard, leader of the courtyard took a chance and... ....more

Book Review: Madam
Mar 12, 2014, 2:23 GMT

Book Review: Madam
Marie Deubler and her brother Peter were orphaned at an early age and given to an uncle who proceeded to pimp her out when she was twelve. Nothing more then a lowly alley whore sharing a crib with a black... ....more

Book Review: Cure for the Common Breakup
Mar 12, 2014, 2:19 GMT

Book Review: Cure for the Common Breakup
Flight attendant Summer Benson was having difficulty deciding how to handle her boyfriendís marriage proposal in Paris when the unimaginable happens and the plane goes down shortly after... ....more

Book Review: Castle Rock
Mar 12, 2014, 2:16 GMT

This re-release of a 1983 suspense/mystery centers around Serena Mallory and the New Mexico ranch she grew up on after being orphaned at twelve years old. Now an adult, Serena becomes the ranch manager after owner Dan MacIntire dies in... ....more

Book Review: Writing God's Obituary
Mar 12, 2014, 2:13 GMT

Book Review: Writing Gods Obituary
Do in part to his motherís regular participation in the local church, Anthony Pinn embraced religious doctrine from an early age. Like many of the men in his neighborhood, Pinnís father ignored religion and remained... ....more

Book Review: Night Broken
Mar 3, 2014, 2:13 GMT

Mercy Thompson’s quiet evening at home was broken by a disturbing phone call from none other then Adam’s ex-wife Christy needing a safe place to stay after attracting the unwanted attentions of a deadly stalker. With nowhere else to go, Mercy’s mate and werewolf pack leader Adam opens their home to...

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Book Review: Woven Scarves
Mar 3, 2014, 2:10 GMT

Book Review: Woven Scarves

Dust off those neglected rigid heddle looms, grab the cool yarns you’ve been hoarding and dive into the wonderful array of fabrics presented in this terrific collection. Though the crystal clear instructions are for scarves, those with larger looms will have no difficulty enlarging projects like the airy...

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Book Review: Trouble in Mind
Mar 3, 2014, 2:06 GMT

Book Review: Trouble in Mind

With unexpected twists and surprising protagonists, Deaver’s third short story compilation is a treat that throws in a few characters from previous titles. Kathryn Dance plays a deadly serious game with one of a group of terrorists’ intent upon blowing up building in order to make a statement in...

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