Review of “Vengeance in Her Bones” by Malcolm Routh Jameson

Retired Captain Tolliver was enjoying some sun when his dour housekeeper shows in a messenger from the recruiting office. Captain Tolliver has only one leg and one hand. The recruiting people must be confusing him with his son, who is already at sea. His own seafaring days are over. “No, sir. It’s you he wants,”Continue reading “Review of “Vengeance in Her Bones” by Malcolm Routh Jameson”

Review of “Pieces of Me” by Hope Terrell

This is Ashley’s first solo jump as a teletrooper. “Focus,” the instructor tells the line of troops. “Concentrate on where you want to go and make the jump.” The instructor has explained there are two dangers of getting lost during a jump. The first is physical death, which is painful but quick. The second isContinue reading “Review of “Pieces of Me” by Hope Terrell”

Review of “Decennarchy” by Sean Vivier December 18, 2017

The Decennarchs are a government that appears only once every ten years. They are like the citizens, but not like them. They count the citizens, the dogs, and the cats, demand payment from a portion of the fruits of the citizens’ labors for the past ten years, which they then pay them to do theirContinue reading “Review of “Decennarchy” by Sean Vivier December 18, 2017”

My Review of “He Loves Me, I Know He Does” by Jack X. Crawford

This was offered as a free download from amazon.com during a temporary promotion. I’ve done this before and have never been happy with result. Yes, I’ve heard the definition of insanity. I was hoping this would be different because of the author’s background in radio, a medium for which I’ve long had a soft spot.Continue reading “My Review of “He Loves Me, I Know He Does” by Jack X. Crawford”