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"The Servants of Twilight," Dean Koontz

Pros: Enjoyable light read when you want some tension; better than some of his others Cons: Fluff thriller/horror reading Rating: 4.5 out of 5   Joey is an unusually well-behaved child, and his mother, Christine, is a strong and successful

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"The Secret Scroll," Ronald Cutler

Pros: Interesting premise; fascinating setting Cons: Over-the-top melodrama; irritating good guys; unbelievably stupid one-dimensional bad guys; all-too-convenient plot developments; heavy-handed Rating: 1.5 out of 5 Review book courtesy of Lisa Roe. Visit The Secret Scroll online.   I prefer to

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"The Five Secrets You Must Discover Before You Die," John Izzo Ph.D.

Pros: Insightful; tries to provide a practical guide to living well Cons: There is no simple way to apply this to your life Rating: 4.5 out of 5 Review book courtesy of Jane Wesman Public Relations, Inc.   John Izzo,

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Ahh religion…

Last week I reviewed Jerry Jenkins’ Writing for the Soul. Jerry Jenkins is the author of the Christian fiction “Left Behind” novels. I’m not religious, and I really don’t like it when I feel that someone’s pushing their religion at

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"Writing for the Soul," Jerry B. Jenkins

Whether you want to know more about Jerry Jenkins the best-selling author or Jerry Jenkins the Christian, learn about breaking into the inspirational market, or become a better writer in general, “Writing for the Soul” makes a wonderful read.

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