Month: April 2013

Book Review: A Flaw in Forsyth’s “No Comebacks”

No Comebacks by Frederick Forsyth (4.5 – 5 Stars) Forsyth is a master on the same level as Wilber Smith when it comes to being a raconteur of tales. In the same was a Smith, he picks an area of the word he knows…

Who Says Religions Can’t Work Together! Mission 4/1 Earth

One of the really big myths being foisted off on us by media is that there can’t be any interreligious cooperation between groups like the Abraham origin religions including: Jewish, Christian and Muslim faith groups because they are so different. Are they really so…

Book Review “The Shape Shifter” by Tony Hillerman

Shapeshifter by Tony Hillerman  (Three Stars) This is a slow moving, but well written tale from the Navajo Reservation once again immersed in Hillerman’s own detail oriented world of Officer (now-retired)Lt.  Leaphorn and his protégé and sometimes competitor Sgt. Chee. In almost laconic fashion…

Book Review – “Coyote Waits” by Tony Hillerman

Coyote Waits  by Tony Hillerman  (Four Stars) Hillerman does this one up pretty well in a long winded tribute to the cunning, evil and almost man-like attributes of Coyote who, “ always waits outside and is always hungry.” The tale telling is well scripted…

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