You will be engrossed when you read the question, “Did Churchill save Britain?”
Now that Michael Davidow has finished his latest novel, he plans to start writing commentary again. Look for his column Radio Free New Hampshire to return to InDepthNH.org starting in the new year.
Captain Burton was a young kid signing up to get a $40 stipend by attending ROTC training at Bowdoin College.
A friend who sits across from me who is 94 years young asked if I had read The Locket.
This is a surprise story of love, anger and misunderstanding.
I am tired of the name calling, back-stabbing and vicious personal attacks that the mainstream policy brokers in Congress get away with. Thus, I decided to read a love story.
Secret oaths were demanded by officials of our government to make sure security of our code-breaking secrets were not breached.
“Addiction, both personal and communal, can be transformed into a learning that makes us stronger than before.”
Winston Churchill is the pawn who becomes the king and keeps his mother’s secrets.
Paul Brogan’s review of the movie business is in-depth and mind-boggling.
It is a story of the last six years of Bonaparte’s life. The world was at war.
Monica finds almost all of the books she reviews in her local library.
Rob Azevedo had me at the very beginning when he dedicates his book to “MOM.”
You will probably change sides a few times as I did.
Contempt is a must-read if you are a Protrumper, a Nevertrumper or someone who is just interested in the course of politics in our time.