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Non-fiction Review: Take Back Your Time, by Morgan Tyree

Disclaimer: I received an electronic copy of this book from the publisher via NetGalley. Have you ever found yourself juggling various balls in life and, inevitably, dropping one? Do you feel that there are just too many demands on your … Continue reading

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Non-fiction Review: Freedom’s Detective, by Charles Lane

Who was Hiram C. Whitley, second Chief of the United States Secret Service and the man who broke up KKK during the Reconstruction era? In this easy to understand narrative, journalist Charles Lane describes an enigma of a man who … Continue reading

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Non-fiction Review: The Vikings: From Odin to Christ, by Martyn Whittock & Hannah Whittock

You would think that a book on history and Christianity would appeal to me. Add in the fact that I used to live near York, formerly known by the Viking name of Jorvik, and this should be a book I … Continue reading

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Review: A Week in the Life of Rome, by James L Papandrea

In this recent new release, James Papandrea gives the reader of what life was like in Roman for both fledgling Christians and Roman citizens. It’s AD50, and the Jews have been banished from the city, but the community awaits one … Continue reading

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Non-fiction Review: Hitler and the Habsburgs, by James Longo

Before the European Union, there was the Austro-Hungarian Empire. It was a true melting pot, comprising different countries and cultures. Born in the country of Austria, Adolf Hitler despised how multi-cultural the Empire had become. Even the royal family was … Continue reading

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