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Review of The Legacy of Luther

  In their book, The Legacy of Luther, Editors R.C. Sproul and Stephen Nichols examine the life and work of the conflicted German monk who sparked the Reformation. In this new volume published 500 years after the pivotal event in … Continue reading

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Review of A Rendezvous in Haiti

  In Steven Becker’s A Rendezvous in Haiti, Lt. Robert Macalister is in the country shortly after World War One to quell an uprising. When the rebel leader kidnaps the General’s daughter, Macalister’s love interest, the Lieutenant must go to … Continue reading

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Review of Murderous Mayhem at Honeychurch Hall

In Hannah Dennison’Review of Murderous Mayhem at Honeychurch Halls Murderous Mayhem at Honeychurch Hall, Iris Stanford’s novel manuscript has gone missing from the local post office. In response, she commissions her daughter, Kat, to recover it along with her mother’s … Continue reading

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Review of Urban Shocker

In his book, Urban Shocker: Silent Hero of Baseball’s Golden Age, Steve Steinburg tells the story of one of the greatest pitchers in history, although few fans have heard of him. Shocker came to the New York Yankees in the … Continue reading

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Analysing Agatha Christie – The Best-Selling Novelist Of All Time

The Agatha Christie Code British author, Agatha Christie wrote 85 books that sold between two and four billion copies. According to UNESCO, she is the most translated author in the history of the world and The Guinness Book of World Records has recognised … Continue reading

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Why I Love to Read Non-Christian Books by Tim Challies

My practice of reading goes through phases. There are times where I just cannot get enough of the newest Christian books, and there are times where reading yet another Christian book seems almost intolerable. In some seasons I love to … Continue reading

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Five Reasons to Read More Biographies By Kevin Eikenberry

Mark Twain wrote, “The man who does not read good books is no better than the man who can’t.” Walt Disney said, “There is more treasure in books than in all the pirate’s loot on Treasure Island.” And, more recently, … Continue reading

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