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Review: Leverage the Field for Success by John Jay McKey

A data analytics expert has created a new way to look at success in business, both in microcosm and from a universal perspective, in Leverage the Field for Success: Using Quantum Reality to Succeed in the Corporate World. John Jay McKey invites the reader to examine work life, and indeed the whole of life, from [...]

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Review: The Irreducible Primary by Rob Taylor

Rob Taylor’s perspective on existence and how to make it meaningful mixes prose and poetry with philosophy, style, and logic in The Irreducible Primary: A Dialogue on Nature, Spirituality, and the Human Condition. In this varied collection, Taylor wishes to show how anyone can find a kind of peace that transcends politics, national boundaries, and [...]

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Review: Make It Rain: Increase Your Wealth & Financial Security by Vercie Lark

A successful investor offers personal and professional tips for others to follow in the practical and encouraging financial planning guide, Make It Rain: Increase Your Wealth & Financial Security. Basing his advice on his own investment strategies, Lark’s book begins by asserting that amassing wealth is part of the American dream. To fulfill that dream, [...]

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Review: Truth Unearthed: Book One of A False Dawn (The Tales of Lugon) by Eric Sparks

The first book in the A False Dawn (The Tales of Lugon) saga, Truth Unearthed touches on plenty of classic themes from some of the most beloved high fantasy series of the past, but also offers new angles and fresh characters that will entice fans of the genre. When an unlikely young hero, Arun, has [...]

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Review: Koa Kai: The Story of Zachary Bower and the Conquest of the Hawaiian Islands by D.R. Pollock

Adventures and misadventures on land and sea are at the heart of Koa Kai: The Story of Zachary Bower and the Conquest of the Hawaiian Islands, a fascinating work of historical fiction by D.R. Pollock. Zachary “Zach” Bower is the youngest of three sons born to Martha and Matthew Bower. Despite his intelligence and affinity [...]

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Review: The Last Lead Holder by Richard Deatherage

Every life holds pain in some form, but the means by which we find joy and connection can give existence purpose. In The Last Lead Holder, author Richard Deatherage invites readers into his mind and memories, the trials and tribulations of his past, as well as his remarkable rise and fall. It is a memoir [...]

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Review: Routine Patrol by Bart Ringer

In today's troubled times, the idea of the police has changed dramatically, and the old image of small-town cops has all but disappeared. However, as author Bart Ringer is happy to remind readers in Routine Patrol: Memoirs of a Small-Town Cop, the Wild West is still alive and well, particularly in the small towns of [...]

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Review: The Siegfried Contingency by Steven Laskin

The Siegfried Contingency by Steven Laskin is a gripping novel that will satisfy thriller fans and book lovers alike. With a dangerous book containing a world-changing secret sitting at the core of this fast-paced thriller, the author has leaned into an old framework, but also twisted it within a new setting and time period that [...]

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Review: Urban Justice (Vigilante Justice Book 2) by John Etzil

Things can change fast in a small town, and a few weeks after Jack Lamburt handles the initial drama at The Red Barn and the violent fallout from the mafia, trouble is still lingering on the horizon. Urban Justice, the second novel in the Vigilante Justice series by John Etzil, picks up right where the [...]

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