Month: October 2022

  • Iskanchi Books: Believers and Hustlers, and Truth is a Flightless Bird

    Iskanchi Books: Believers and Hustlers, and Truth is a Flightless Bird

    In the Land of Promise From Africa comes two enjoyable books. Each with something to teach about culture and of course, these are stories about crime and corruption. Believers and Hustlers by Sylva Nze Ifedigbo Heaven’s Gate Cathedral, is the new global headquarters of Rivers of Joy Church in Lagos, Nigeria. It is run by Read more

  • David Putnam: A Fearsome Moonlight Black

    David Putnam: A Fearsome Moonlight Black

    Hesitant, unsure, purposeful, and determined, Dave Beckett has all the hallmarks of a rookie cop in 1979. His initial days on the job are marred by a difficult call, a suicide. It’s not the only disturbing call of that nature that he responds to in those early years. Forward eight years, Beckett is now a Read more

  • Kelly J. Ford: Real Bad Things

    Kelly J. Ford: Real Bad Things

    They’d all sworn – Jane, Georgia Lee, Jason, Angie – to never tell… Jane Moody confessed to the murder of her step-father Warren Ingram. His body was never found and the police dismissed her confession. She was just a teenaged girl after all, how could she have killed someone? Now more than 20-years later, Warren’s Read more

  • A.J. Devlin: Five Moves of Doom

    A.J. Devlin: Five Moves of Doom

    Back with you at last and an entertaining book to get us going. Elijah Lennox displays his diamond studded UFC Championship belt in his gym. He uses it as an incentive for the young men he trains. One day it’s missing. Lennox turns to “Hammerhead” Jed Ounstead, a retired pro wrestler turned PI who’s known Read more