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Book Review: Homefront, by Chuck Logan

I did not realize Homefront by Chuck Logan was what they based the movie Homefront (staring Jason Statham and James Franco). I remember really enjoying the movie. I generally don’t read a book After seeing a movie. I prefer to read a book prior to the film. But my deal was to read all the […]

Book Review: The Big Law, by Chuck Logan

The Big Law is the second book in the Phil Broker series. And while I loved the first book (The Price of Blood), The Big Law just blew me away. It is about two years after The Price of Blood, and things have changed. Quite. A. Lot. Broker and his wife, Nina Pryce, find their […]

Book Review: Law And Vengeance, by Mike Papantonio

I have been a fan of legal thrillers going back to 1986 when I accidentally stumbled onto a copy of Scott Turow’s Presumed Innocent. After, I found John Grisham, and Steve Martini, and so on, and so forth. You see what I’m saying, right? When I was sent a copy of Mike Papantonio’s Law And […]

Book Review: LIGHTNING MEN, by Thomas Mullen

LIGHTNING MEN picks up where DARKTOWN left off, and author Thomas Mullen doesn’t miss a beat! The story unfolds in Atlanta, Georgia, pre-civil rights, Jim Crow Laws in effect. The Democrats are still bitter, and vengeful over slaves being freed. However, some progress has been made. A recent change had been made, and eight (8) […]

Book Review: Without Fear or Favor, by Robert K Tanenbaum

Robert K. Tanenbaum is one of those authors I have always wanted to read, but never got around to reading. My loss. Or it was my loss. I received a copy of his latest novel, Without Fear or ¬†Favor. Turns out it is the 29th in the Butch Karp-Marlene Ciampi series. Normally, when I read […]