“Dolores Clairborne” by Stephen King Review

Dolores Claiborne Author:  Stephen King Released:  1992 Dolores Claiborne is about a woman who cleans and cleans the house of a rich and particular lonesome widow. The book is told entirely by Dolores, as a narrative of the events that have led to her being interrogated by police. The story encompasses a few decades, from Dolores's... Continue Reading →

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“Rutherford B. Hayes: Warrior and President” by Ari Hoogenboom

Rutherford B. Hayes: Warrior and President Author:  Ari Hoogenboom Released:  1995 There was, Sherman detailed “a very decided opposition to the Administration in both Houses of Congress, among the Republican members.” Specifically, they objected to Evarts, Shurz, and Key in the cabinet, to making the civil service nonpartisan, to the pacification of the South, and... Continue Reading →

“Sharpe’s Revenge” by Bernard Cornwell Review

Sharpe's Revenge Author:  Bernard Cornwell Released:  1989 Sharpe's Revenge was an average (for Sharpe, meaning pleasant and enjoyable) story for most of its length but took a surprisingly sad turn at the end that felt very true to the series and rescued it from becoming one of the more forgettable Sharpe adventures. The biggest hindrance to... Continue Reading →

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