Category Archives: Book Reviews

Esoteric Novels

  There are three novels I consider esoteric works, not including the three volumes of the Mystic Trilogy, which is my work in progress.  Specifically, I’m speaking of The Razor’s Edge, by W. Somerset Maugham, Siddhartha , by Hermann Hesse, … Continue reading

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Alan and Philomena

On July 2nd, I posted a blog that I called The Power of Book Reviews. I was inspired to write the post after poking around the web for info on Alan Turing, his amazing work, and equally amazing life. In … Continue reading

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The Polar Express

If you’re wondering why I would write a blog about the Polar Express, in August, you should know that my day job is United Portrait Studies, a three person company that takes pictures of children in day care centers. For … Continue reading

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The Sea Witch – A Preliminary Book Review

Last Friday, I had a free hour and decided to spend it in the Batesville Mississippi Public Library working on a personal project. As I walked to the door of the library, I told myself that I didn’t have time … Continue reading

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Silver Justice – A Book Review

Russell Bake has outdone himself with his new book, Silver Justice. This book has everything. A glamorous female FBI Special Agent, with enough personal issues to keep anyone totally preoccupied. A task force she supervises that is charged with finding … Continue reading

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