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 Review :: The Midnight Assassin

Review :: The Midnight Assassin

By Steven Bergman | May 8
Though the book tends to dwell on peripheral statistics of the area and the time, when the author is providing information about the actual circumstances, it is a fascinating look into a scant known serial killing case.

 Review :: The Black Penguin

Review :: The Black Penguin

By Noe Kamelamela | Apr 25
Gay travel writer Andrew Evans fulfills his childhood dream: A trip to Antarctica from the capital of the United States of America, using public transportation as much as possible.

 Review :: Bullies: A Friendship

Review :: Bullies: A Friendship

By Steven Bergman | Apr 25
The author seeks out a childhood bully and comes away with a newfound understanding of the factors that contribute to violent behavior, in a story set against the backdrop of the misunderstood city of Oakland.

 Review :: Money, Murder and Dominick Dunne

Review :: Money, Murder and Dominick Dunne

By Bill Biss | Apr 19
Dunne was on the scene and in-the-know with high society, Hollywood elite and the people who brought out the dark side of fame and fortune.

 Review :: The Lost Time Accidents

Review :: The Lost Time Accidents

By Steven Bergman | Apr 15
A lengthy examination of one man's journey into his family's fascination, and subsequent ability to manipulate, time.

 Review :: Star Wars Topps Classic Sticker Book

Review :: Star Wars Topps Classic Sticker Book

By Kevin Taft | Apr 4
A different kind of Abrams "Star Wars" Art Book, this is an old-school sticker book with art that you will want to peel off and put wherever you can find a space!

 Review :: Cozzi Cove: New Beginnings

Review :: Cozzi Cove: New Beginnings

By Christopher Verleger | Apr 1
Newlyweds Cal and Michael prepare for fatherhood while relationship shenanigans ensue within their guest house walls in this series' fourth novel.

 Review :: The Dahlia Field

Review :: The Dahlia Field

By Christopher Verleger | Mar 20
Author Henry Alley explores the attraction between men from all walks of life in this profound, pensive short story collection.

 Review :: Judy And I

Review :: Judy And I

By Bill Biss | Mar 7
Sid Luft's writing is gutsy, honest and blunt in not only of his time spent with Garland as husband/father and manager/producer of the star... but also in his writings of his own life.

 Review :: Emotion

Review :: Emotion

By Bill Biss | Mar 3
Male beauty, rugged physicality and sensuality combined with the artistry of motion; all play a striking hand in David Vance's latest photographs.

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