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Baby Lady’s Scary Night: A Ladybug Story

Reviews by Gary Roen For many younger children a hard thing for them is to sleep at night in a dark bedroom. Their imagination takes over and keeps them awake. “Baby Lady’s Scary Night” is the story of a young [...]

April 13, 2015 Books

Bad Hair Day

Reviews by Gary Roen Fresh from her battle with zombies in “Bad Taste in Boys” Kate Grabel is back and this time she has to find out who is killing kids and leaving traces of hair behind. She also knows [...]

April 13, 2015 Books, Fiction, Reviews

The Never-Open Desert Diner

Reviews by Gary Roen There are some strange and wonderful characters that fill the debut novel “The Never-open Desert Diner by James Anderson.  Several of them are John, a preacher who drags around with him a life size cross, preaching [...]

April 13, 2015 Books, Fiction, Reviews

The Great Zoo of China

Reviews by Gary Roen “The Great Zoo of China” begins with a murder and races along to its final fantastic conclusion.  China has made a great discovery and wants the world to know of there finding.  It seems they found [...]

April 13, 2015 Books, Culture, Fiction, Reviews

Secret Betrayal

Reviews by Gary Roen Fiction of World War II is still very popular and “Secret Betrayal” had a great premise that fizzled shortly into the novel and never recovered. An American general involved in the planning of D Day is [...]

April 13, 2015 Books, Fiction, Reviews

Isis Exposed

Reviews by Gary Roen “Isis Exposed” should be read by anyone who thinks we are winning the war against this terrorist organization.  The author reveals a chilling group of terrorists who can be compared to the Nazis of World War [...]

April 13, 2015 Books

The Sound of Music Story

Reviews by Gary Roen “The Sound of Music Story” celebrates the 50 years of the film by telling many behind the scene facts about the classic movie.  Some of the things Santopietro reveals are the problems getting the consent from [...]

April 13, 2015 Books