A Wall Street Bailout for Main Street: This Bulletproof Trade Will Help You Get Paid by Dr. Iris Marie Mack PhD (A Review)

A Review by Don Sloan Buckle up and settle in. It’s payback time for small investors — who want big returns. In her outstanding new book A Wall Street Bailouts for Main Street, Dr. Iris Marie Mack uses her Harvard University and London Business School savvy to simplify what she calls a “bulletproof trading strategy”…

Charlotte Kills by Reb MacRath (A Review)

A Review by Don Sloan Boss MacTavin is a hardboiled P.I. with a penchant for pursuing cases in which even the most grievous wrongs can be righted. It’s a fine line, but the Southern Scot walks it well, dispensing Corrections as needed and required. Consider, for example the caper involving a mobster’s nephew, run down…

A New Family (The Bart Northcote Series Book 3) by Murray Lee Eiland Jr. (A Review)

A Review by Don Sloan Dirk Dixon’s dough has disappeared. He’s been shorn like a prize sheep, fleeced by a finagling  femme fatale, screwed like a — never mind; you get the picture. Luckily, he has one of the best private investigators in modern fiction on the case, and the resulting story is truly one…

The Night of the Eleventh Sun by Steven Burgauer (A Review)

  Transport yourself back 40,000 years, and watch a life-and-death drama unfold. Strong Arms, and his mate Brown Curls, are waiting patiently for a huge antler-animal to grow weak so they can finally kill it. It’s been two days since the big beast fell into a glacial depression, fashioned into a trap by the pair….

The Ishtar Cup by Murray Lee Eiland Jr. (A Review)

Beautiful women are typically trouble for hardboiled private detectives. Add to that a fabulously valuable golden artifact, a professional hit man, an elusive Iraqi diplomat and a couple of pointblank murders, and you have the first excellent installment in the Bart Northcote series by standout author Murray Lee Eiland, Jr. Northcote, the hardboiled P.I., accepts…

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Read Cheaply: The Explosion of Free and Discounted Book Sites

Read Cheaply You love to read. And why not? The cost of books has never been lower, and they have never been so readily available. With the advent of the Internet have come dozens of discount book websites where you can download books from both established writers and brand-new Independent authors. The amount of new…

Free and Discounted Books: Where to Find Them Easily

Free and Discounted Books In this world of readily available, downloadable ebooks, the reader is clearly the beneficiary. More and more titles are sent straight to the ginormous Amazon bookshelves and offered via WiFi and datastream to a voracious reading public worldwide. In fact, Amazon offers estimates of book numbers sold daily on the World…

Nazi Saboteurs on the Bayou by Steven Burgauer (A Review)

Review by Don Sloan It is 2 a.m. on July 30, 1942, and Heinrich von Brockdorff lies dead in a French Quarter whore’s bed. It’s a quiet start to a saga that spreads from Mahogany Hall in New Orleans to the war-torn islands of the South Pacific and beyond. For von Brockdorff is no ordinary…

How to Get Book Reviews: 5 Steps for Success from a Veteran Reviewer

How to Get Book Reviews Question: How many book reviewers does it take to change a light bulb? Answer: Six. One to change the bulb and another five to offer wildly different comments on how he does it. An unfortunate truism about reviewers of books is that they all have opinions. And you know what…