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“The Midnight Line” by Lee Child: A Jack Reacher Book Review

“The Midnight Line” by Lee Child: A Jack Reacher Book Review

Jack Reacher travels quite a bit. The world is his home. He was an MP in the Army for over 19 years, and, during that time, they told him where to go and how long to stay. When he left the Army, he decided to go where he wanted to go and do what he

Book Review: The horror of ‘IT’ holds up

Pocket Books, an Imprint of Simon & Schuster, Inc.; 1230 Avenue of the Americas, New York, NY 10020; Published in 1986 and Republished in 2016. “It” a book by Stephen King, demanded to be republished because of its powerful horror, which is personified by a supernatural being that becomes Pennywise the Clown. It, the creature,

“Strange Weather” by Joe Hill

Joe Hill knocks a home run out of the park with all bases loaded with “Strange Weather,” four novellas that will twist your mind and make your heart skip two beats a minute. Strange weather, it is, with a major eclipse crossing the United States and an insane clown president with glowing eyes and a

Where The Highways End

Way back in the late 1800s, the first automobiles rolled down the dirt roads. The age of the combustion engine that took us places was born. If we knew now what we didn’t know then, would we have proceeded to build the highways and byways of the rough beast? At first, there were just byways,