Attracted to Fire by DiAnn Mills


     Special Agent Meghan Conners dreams of one day protecting the President of the United States, and it looks like it could happen soon. First she has to make it through her current assignment: protecting Lindsey Hall, the rebellious daughter of the Vice President. A difficult assignment made worse by the Agent-in-Charge, Ash Zinders. He’s […]

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The Grace of God by Andy Stanley


     In his book “The Grace of God,” Andy Stanley relies on scripture from both the Old and New Testaments to help illustrate the truth of Grace. Most people don’t see the God of the Old Testament as a God of Grace, but a God of wrath and judgement. Stanley provides several examples from the […]

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Eusebius: The Church History by Paul L. Maier


     Eusebius served as the Bishop of Caesarea. He has been called the “Father of Church History.” His ten books of Church History are some of the earliest surviving documents of the history of the Christian Church, with Eusebius often providing eyewitness accounts. His work also served in keeping the words of other great historians […]

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2011 Year-End Reading Plan


    After I finish the two books I am currently reading I’ll have 18 more books to go to complete the 52 Books in 52 Weeks Challenge. 9 of those books will need to be classics to complete the Classics Challenge. Since I started reviewing books for publishers this year I have not really had […]

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9/11 – 10 Years Later


     I don’t think any American who is old enough to remember September 11, 2011 will ever forget that horrific morning. For this Song-lyrics Sunday post, I’ve decided to do something a bit different. First, I’d like to share the link to the website for the National September 11 Memorial and Museum. Second, I’d like […]

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False Witness by Randy Singer


     Bounty hunter Clark Shealy has forty-eight hours. His wife’s life depends on it. Clark must find an Indian professor who has created an algorithm that could crack all internet encryption. The professor has it, and the Chinese mafia wants it. Clark must do things he never thought possible to try to save the life […]

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