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Ronald Standerfer
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Book Review - The Tinen Killings by J D Solomon

A Compelling Murder Mystery Left Over From the Civil War It is April 1898 and America's eyes are focused on the new century and to the war with Spain that was sure to come. For many, the new century ..
(December 26, 2008)
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Book Review - After Midnight by Patrick Cunningham

 A Dark, Twisted Journey Through Terror and Death, Volume One Recently I had the opportunity to review a draft copy of “After Midnight, " and it was a scary experience, to say the least.  Not .
(December 28, 2008)
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Book Review - Kracek by Vito Tomasino

A Hero For His Time Who was Kracek? If you have to ask, you probably weren't a fighter pilot during the Vietnam War.  In those days there was a Kracek in most every squadron. Kracek was the ..
(January 11, 2009)
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Book Review - Den of Lions by Alison Winfree Pickrell

A Powerful Story of One Man's Courage and Sacrifice It was an act of incredible courage and sacrifice; one of heroic proportions.  But Timothy Wrenn was not a heroic figure; far from it.  Yet, ..
(December 16, 2008)
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Book Review - A Bomb Shelter Romance by Patrick M Garrity

I know I am going out on a limb by saying this; but “A Bomb Shelter Romance" by Patrick Garry is the best book I have reviewed in a very long time! This is a profoundly bold statement coming ..
(December 02, 2008)
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Book Review - Walking to Extremes by Howard McCord

One Man's Journey Through Magical Places “Walking to Extremes" is one of those rare books that defies categorization. It is a magical book, for sure; one fashioned from a rich fabric that seems .
(December 02, 2008)
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Book Review - A New Conversation With Men by Michael Taylor

A New Paradigm for Masculinity Michael Taylor makes no bones about the intent of his book “A New Conversation with Men. " It is nothing less than to create a new paradigm of masculinity in this .
(December 02, 2008)
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Who Killed Andrei Warhol by Alexander J Motyl

Well Done Comrade Motyl! Four stars In early 1968, Oleksandr “Sasha" Ivanov, a determined and passionate young Soviet journalist, came to the United States to write about the impending collapse .
(December 02, 2008)
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Gospel of the Gun by Sean Chandler

A Walk on the Wild Side with the Apostles Four Stars Westerns have been around for a long time, and there is no better reading on a rainy weekend, especially when sitting in an easy chair in front of .
(December 02, 2008)
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Warsaw Journal - Polish Armed Forces Day

Last Friday my wife and I watched the Polish Armed Forces Day parade in downtown Warsaw. It was a festive occasion with people lined three deep along both sides of Ujazdowskie Avenue; cheering loudly .
(August 20, 2008)
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World War 2 Stories - What They Can Teach Us About Heroes

Every once in a while a book manages to burrow its way into my mind and I can't make it go away. The Hellish Vortex is that kind of book. It didn't start out that way. As a matter of fact, when I ..
(August 12, 2008)
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American Patriot Among War Heroes - The Story of Bud Day

As a fighter pilot who saw my share of combat during the Vietnam War, I thought I knew Medal of Honor recipient Bud Day. After all, I was once a member of the elite combat unit he formed to conduct a .
(August 14, 2008)
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Integrity - Still American As Apple Pie?

In 1957 I stood with a group of young military officers on a platform in Yucca Flat, Nevada and witnessed the detonation of a nuclear device two times the size of the bomb dropped on Nagasaki. When ..
(August 13, 2008)
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