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Book Review: Southern Families At War

Southern Families At War:  Loyalty And Conflict In The Civil War South, edited by Catherine Clinton When people think of a great deal of contemporary writing about warfare to involve dubious progressive politics and an excessive concern with gender issues … Continue reading

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Non-Book Review: Germanicus

Germanicus:  The Magnificent Life And Mysterious Death Of Rome’s Most Popular General, by Lindsay Powell As a frequent reviewer of books relating to Greek and Roman History from the De Re Militari [1], the dwindling supply of books available for … Continue reading

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You Were Wrong; I Was Right; You Said Goodbye; I Said Goodnight

Early this morning, shortly after I arrived at work, I found that one of my erstwhile coworkers was handing out tasty candy with a card attached.  The card I received had a cute pink and orange bird on level ground … Continue reading

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Book Review: 23 Minutes In Hell

23 Minutes In Hell: One Man’s Story About What He Saw, Heard, And Felt In That Place Of Torment, by Bill Wiese [Note:  This book was provided free of charge by Charisma House.  All thoughts and opinions are my own.] … Continue reading

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Book Review: Life After Death

Book Review:  Life After Death, [sic] Powerful Evidence You Will Never Die (Second Edition), by Stephen Hawley Martin [Note:  This book was provided free of charge by Bostick Communications.  All thoughts and opinions are my own.] For those people who … Continue reading

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You Know My Name

“You Know My Name” happens to be one of my favorite Bond themes of all time, and it is easy to understand why.  The music has a cinematic quality well captured in the music video, which shows singer Chris Cornell … Continue reading

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Non-Book Review: Thunder And Flames

Thunder And Flames:  Americans In The Crucible Of Combat, 1917-1918 by Edward G. Lengel This is the third World War I book I received as part of an epic book review project [1].  So far there has been an overall … Continue reading

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Book Review: An Outlaw And A Lady

An Outlaw And A Lady:  A Memoir Of Music, Life With Waylon, And The Faith That Brought Me Home, by Jessi Colter with David Ritz [Note:  This book was provided free of charge by BookLook/Thomas Nelson Publishing.  All thoughts and … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Barbarous Years

The Barbarous Years:  The Peopling Of British North America:  The Conflict Of Civilizations, 1600-1675, by Bernard Bailyn This is not a book to be devoured in my usual fashion.  It is a book that requires a fair bit of time … Continue reading

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Non-Book Review: Doughboys On The Great War

Doughboys On The Great War:  How American Soldiers Viewed Their Military Experience, by Edward A. Gutierrez A couple of months ago or so I volunteered to review books for another military history journal that was edited by an acquaintance of … Continue reading

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