Tag: Book Reviews

Book Review: Amazonia by James Rollins: A Snake Flaw in Chapter 1!

Amazonia by James Rollins, is really quite a good adventure novel with the enthralling story that reveals the truth behind the numerous disappearances of individuals and expeditions in the Central Amazon Jungles bordering Peru, Brazil and Ecuador. This portion of Amazonia is the home…

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…

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…

Review: The Last Indian War: The Nez Perce Story – by Elliott West

Review: The Last Indian War: The Nez Perce Story – by Elliott WestHere is a long but very well researched look at the whole concept of the Nez Perce War: giving and overview of first contacts with whites, congenial relations, willingness to work to…

New Review for “Rough Enough” comes out on “Salient Points!”

I was ever so pleased to see Allen Mesch’s great review of my Civil and Indian War book, “Rough Enough” on his own fabulous blog site, “Salient Points (http://salient-points.blogspot.com/2013/03/rough-enough-by-richard-h-mcbee-jr.html),  Allen prides himself in keeping up to date on Civil War affairs on LinkedIn and…

Reader Questions for “Rough Enough: My Ideas When Desiging the Cover

What are the ideas that come to mind when you look at the cover of “Rough Enough?” Jot them down before you go on to read what I was thinking when I gave the artist the original design. Now look down below the picture…

Another Great Day in the PR of Civil War Book “Rough Enough”

Wow! There I was, pulling up my Author site on Amazon and there for the first time, they have let someone post a Review!  James R. Holland gets the kudos for fast action and superb verbiage in writing a review that really takes your…

Battlefield Journal reviews New Book “Rough Enough”

Today was a real fun day to read Kristie Poehler’s Winter Edition of “Battlefield Journal”  which has a two page spread on my new Civil and Indian War book “Rough Enough.”  Check it out at <www.battlefieldjournal.com> Kristie highlights the section of the book dealing with…

Barreleye Zoology

Clear-headed science

All-Saws

Need Help Finding The "Right Saw"?

CrapPile

A blog about writing, society, and life itself

Elves Choice

Holiday Bargains & Recipes

ALMANDYNE

A storyteller who writes and scribbles, and calls it art.

Crooning Pages

Triipi's Trip to Biblet

In Dianes Kitchen

Recipes showing step by step directions with pictures and gadget reviews

%d bloggers like this:
%d bloggers like this:
%d bloggers like this:
%d bloggers like this:
%d bloggers like this:
%d bloggers like this:
%d bloggers like this:
%d bloggers like this:
%d bloggers like this: