Monthly Archives: August 2016

Clinton Cash, Peter Schweizer

This is a powerful, unbelievably well researched book that exposes the contradictions within the Clinton dynasty, although it is so information driven that I could not take it all in without reading it slowly. Still, for ordinary citizens, non-scholars, it … Continue reading

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A Sudden Light: A Novel, Garth Stein, author; Seth Numrich, narrator

Jones Riddell and his wife Rachel had recently experienced financial difficulties. They were forced to declare bankruptcy, and consequently lost their Connecticut home. Their marriage became strained and they decided to temporarily separate. Rachel traveled to her parent’s home in … Continue reading

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The Innocent Have Nothing to Fear, Stuart Stevens, author; Dan John Miller, narrator

This is a very timely book that ridicules our elections and how they are conducted.  Two Republican candidates are pitted against each other. Both are running unorthodox campaigns in order to be nominated by their party for the Presidency; both … Continue reading

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The Hundred-Year-Old Man Who Climbed Out of the Window and Disappeared, Jonas Jonasson, author; Steven Crossley, narrator

When I started to read this, I enjoyed the humor and the premise of the story. Who wouldn’t love a man who wanted to escape the confines of an old age home where he is no longer treated like an … Continue reading

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The Woman in Cabin 10, Ruth Ware, author; Imogen Church, narrator

The Woman in Cabin 10, Ruth Ware, author; Imogen Church, narrator Expertly written by the author, this psychological thriller will captivate the reader from page one and will not let go until the last page ends with a very satisfying … Continue reading

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Lucy and Andy and the Neanderthal***

This comic book style novel is directed at readers aged 8-12. It attempts to teach them about the beginning of our civilization in the Stone Age, using science and a story line which should encourage interest in further learning. The … Continue reading

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Crisis of Chracter: A White House Secret Service Officer Discloses His Firsthand Experience with Hillary, Bill, and How They Operate, Gary J. Byrne

The author of the book is a former member of the Uniformed Division of the Secret Service who was assigned to the White House and given the job of protecting those who lived and worked within those walls. He worked … Continue reading

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