Book Reviews

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I recently had the opportunity to read two intriguing books that set the American Historical Record straight.  The first book, The Pinks: The First Women Detectives, Operatives, and Spies with the Pinkerton National Detective Agency by Chris Enss is a fascinating book that fills in many blank pages about American law enforcement history.

Dr. Greer Reviews: And Yet by Christopher Hitchens

Mar 13, 2018
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The late Christopher Hitchens, considered one of the premiere essayists of our time, hit literary high notes in his best- selling books, Why Orwell Matters, God is Not Great: How Religion Poisoned everything, and Letters to a Young Contrarian.

This collection of essay, writings and musings entitled And Yet is an interesting and eclectic piece.

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Best selling thriller writer Don Brown recently sat down with Capt. Jerry Yellin, now 93 years old, to write about and tell the story of the final combat mission of World War II. A mission that took place nine days after the first atomic bomb was dropped on Hiroshima August 6th, 1945.

On August 14th, 1945 Lt. Yellin and his wing man Lt. Philip Schlamberg took off from Hiroshima to bomb Tokyo. Unknown to Yellin by the time he returned from their mission the war was officially over.

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