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With Hitler to the End: The Memoir of Hitler’s Valet by Heinz LingeJune 10, 2020
Unfortunately the book, while delivering a few marginal insights into Hitler’s character, motivations and global strategies,...
Rain Gods By James Lee BurkeJune 5, 2020
Burke’s life has provided ample experience to draw from for his mysteries that feature world-wise and...
Yellowstone Drift: All of This Begins HereJune 1, 2020
The Yellowstone steadily flows down to the Missouri, then Mississippi and finally the Gulf of Mexico,...
Nuclear Jellyfish by Tim DorseyMay 29, 2020
To take on one of Dorsey’s books is to suspend notions of political correctness (thankfully) and...
Driftless by David RhodesMay 21, 2020
In his first book in more than thirty years Rhodes proves with ease why when he...
The Gulf Stream: Tiny Plankton, Giant Bluefin, and the Amazing Story of the Powerful River in the Atlantic by Stan UlanskiMay 21, 2020
Aside from providing an easily assimilated scientific and historical overview, The Gulf Stream describes and mammoth...
Gas City by Loren EstlemanMay 15, 2020
The characters and the settings in Gas City are rife with intriguing promise that never seems...
High Crimes: The Fate of Everest in an Age of GreedMay 15, 2020
All of this pales in comparison to the obscene madness that has now become the fate...
Man vs Fish: The Fly Fisherman’s Eternal Struggle by Taylor StreitMay 12, 2020
This is the tough time of the year for those such as myself who love and...
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