Review – The Heritage : A Historical Novel by D.J. Presson

Synopsis: In her stunning new novel of love and heartbreak set against the backdrop of political rebellion, author D J Presson turns her attention to 17th century England, and the story of America’s immigrant past in The Heritage. On a squalid cobblestone street in London in 1641, Nick Press happens upon a young minstrel boy lying…

Review – Everyone versus Everyone by Arthur Jay

Synopsis: In Arthur Jay’s latest adventure, public hysteria has reached epic proportions over the class action lawsuit of Everyone versus Everyone. Fed up with the status quo, everyone is suing everyone for the state of religion, politics, the arts, the environment and the American Dream. Sixteen trillion dollars hang in the balance as corporations, politicians, and…

Review-Stupidparty Math v. Myth: Unmasking The Destructive Forces Eroding American Democracy by Patrick M. Andendall

Synopsis: Stupidparty Math v. Myth relies on documented facts, resources and tools to deconstruct and relentlessly drill down on the numerous misconceptions spouted to the public by too many Republicans. Stupidparty positions defrocked on: the “moochers”, the economy, climate change, gun control, environmental stewardship, racism, religion, “freedoms”, gun culture, ignorance-based humor and numerous other issues.Also included are…

Review-The Kingdom Of Assassins by Erik Mackenzie

Synopsis: In the near future, a disillusioned New York City Counter-terrorist detective Mike Maclaymore, investigates a terrorist cell. A beautiful Arabian Princess, Sahrazad comes to identify one of the dead from an assault on a safe house. Later during the investigation a Saudi Diplomat is also found dead, as well as another man with no identity….