Gideon Crew Takes One Last Adventure In Preston and Child’s ‘The Pharaoh Key’ [REVIEW]

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Gideon Crew goes on one last adventure in search of what may be his greatest discovery yet in Preston and Child’s The Pharaoh Key. (Photo by Phil Robinson, Flickr)

Time is running out for one legendary adventurer. Facing a death sentence, he wants to pursue one final treasure, perhaps the biggest of his career. But will he be able to accomplish his task in time? And will it prove to be the salvation he so desperately needs? Find out in Preston and Child’s fifth and final Gideon Crew novel, The Pharaoh Key. 
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♦ Ruth Hogan’s ‘The Keeper Of Lost Things’ Reminds Readers of What is Truly Important [REVIEW]

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A woman finds sanctuary in the beautiful home of an aging author in Ruth Hogan’s The Keeper of Lost Things. (Photo courtesy Pexels)

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If you enjoy stories that are insightful, thought provoking, and transcendent, you are going to love our latest Diamond Review title, Ruth Hogan’s The Keeper of Lost Things. This dazzling little gem of a book will draw you in with memorable characters guaranteed to win your heart, make you examine the world around you with fresh eyes, and prompt you to live a more significant existence.  Read more of this post

‘My Sister’s Bones’ Is Mystifying and Insightful [REVIEW]

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A reporter suspects something sinister is going on in the house next door in Nuala Ellwood’s My Sister’s Bones.
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When a war reporter returns to her childhood home after her mother’s death, she soon suspects that something is seriously wrong in the house next door. But are the things she’s seeing real or is her mind playing tricks on her? Find out in Nuala Ellwood’s debut novel, My Sister’s Bones.  Read more of this post

Doctor Takes ‘Epic Measures’ to Revolutionize Health Care [REVIEW]

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Dr. Christopher Murray uses Big Data to change the way we look at how and why people die around the globe.
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Doctors have always looked at ways to treat the health crisis of the day, from the Black Death to cancer to AIDS. What they have not done, however, is study and compare how, why, and where people die on a global scale… at least, until now. In journalist Jeremy N. Smith’s important book, Epic Measures, he introduces us to the man who has tackled this massive project and is gradually changing health care around the planet.  Read more of this post

The Art Of Letting Go

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Letting go of the past can be one of life’s biggest challenges. (Quote by life coach Jordan Bach)

Sometimes we get stuck in life when we lose something or someone we once had. A friend, a spouse, a job, a house, a child. The list is endless. If we didn’t choose to get rid of whatever or whoever it was, if circumstances robbed us of that prized possession or loved one without our permission, we can stagnate in life if we’re not careful. So what can we do to get out of that well of self pity and doubt when all seems lost? Read more of this post