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A Clockwork Orange Book Review

A Clockwork Orange by Anthony Burgess Book Review

A Clockwork Orange was first published in 1962 by Anthony Burgess in England and, despite the “ultraviolence”, it became a worldwide sensation. It could have been forgotten while fading away  into obscurity with new generations of books to take its place in shock value, but that seems impossible for the time being because of Stanley…


No Time to Lose by Matt Baak Book Review

No Time to Lose by Matt Baak is a very suspenseful and thrilling book to read.  There are many books on the market about robberies and crime fighters but this one seems very different.  When a bank is robbed, no one can explain how.  The bank is protected by multiple people and security is constantly…


Defying Death in Hagerstown by John Paul Carinci Book Review

Defying Death in Hagerstown was truly surprising.  This book is about a man named Louis Gerhani, a journalist in the throes of heartbreak who was slowly declining in his career and well-being. When threatened with job termination by his unsympathetic boss, his last chance to keep his career was dependent upon writing a story about a 110-year old…

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