Monthly Archives: June 2019

Review of The Daring Mission of William Tyndale

  In his book, The Daring Mission of William Tyndale, Steven J. Lawson takes an inspiring look at renowned theologian, brilliant lexicographer and translator, and famous English Reformer, William Tyndale. Driven by a burning desire to see God’s Word distributed … Continue reading

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Review of Ballistic

  In Mark Greaney’s Ballistic, Court Gentry is hunted but sees himself as the hunter. When Gentry’s friend Eddie is murdered, Court is determined to bring the killers to justice. To do this, he must travel deep into Mexico and … Continue reading

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Review of The Tenth Justice

  In Brad Meltzer’s debut novel, The Tenth Justice, Ben Addison has just been hired as a clerk for a Supreme Court Justice. If all goes well, he can write his meal ticket for the rest of his life. But … Continue reading

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A Day in the Life . . . By Deborah Raney

One of the things I love most about my job as a writer is that it is rarely boring. Each day looks a little different and if I get weary of one aspect of my job, there’s always another that’s … Continue reading

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We Hold All the Cards in the Showdown with Iran By Victor Davis Hanson

  In May 2018, the Donald Trump Administration withdrew the United States from the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action with Iran, popularly known as the Iran nuclear deal. The United States then ramped up sanctions on the Iranian theocracy to … Continue reading

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Review of Shadow Warriors of World War II

  In their book, Shadow Warriors of World War II: The Daring Women of OSS and OSE, Gordon Thomas and Greg Lewis trace the beginnings of The Office of Strategic Services and Special Operations Executive, and the vital role that … Continue reading

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Review of The Lost Castle

  In her book, The Lost Castle, Kristy Cambron tells the story of Ellie Carver who is losing her Grandmother to Alzheimer’s. But before her beloved grandmother’s memories fade completely, Ellie is tasked with uncovering the secrets of her family’s … Continue reading

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