Monday Book Review: A Lever Long Enough


Apologies for not posting yesterday, was dealing with a surgery and other issues.   Found this book as a freebie. I love all fiction, especially mystery and the cover captured my attention. I don’t mind Religious Fiction, as long as it approaches the plot and characters as a secular novel and doesn’t try to preach…… Continue reading Monday Book Review: A Lever Long Enough

Monday Book Review: One Just Man


Found One Just Man on the Kindle store as a freebie.  The cover caught my attention the art/sculpture reminding me of African art and the forward image of a crucified Jesus. The description sounded like a Jesus complex as well. “After many years of demanding studies of medicine, a Gift of healing chooses to manifest…… Continue reading Monday Book Review: One Just Man

Monday Book Review: The Last Testament by Sam Bourne


The Last Testament by Sam Bourne on Amazon.com   Book Description from Amazon.com: Release date: April 28, 2009 April 2003: an Iraqi boy loots an ancient clay tablet from a long-forgotten vault in the Baghdad Museum of Antiquities. Years later, at a rally for the signing of a historic deal between Israel and the Palestinians, a suspected…… Continue reading Monday Book Review: The Last Testament by Sam Bourne

Monday Book Review: “the Constantine Codex’ by Paul L. Maier


http://www.amazon.com/Constantine-Codex-Skeleton-ebook/dp/B0051CC7HG/ref=sr_1_3?ie=UTF8&qid=1315838807&sr=8-3 Per Amazon, This is book 3 of 3 in A Skeleton In God’s Closet Series. It is preceeded by More Than a Skeleton and  A Skeleton in God’s Closet. Having read a ton of books over my life, there are different levels or formats of writing.  There is low-brow, high-brow and the like.  This falls somewhere in the…… Continue reading Monday Book Review: “the Constantine Codex’ by Paul L. Maier