Review of “Bloodstone”Book I of “The Kane Trilogy” by Karl Edward Wagner

In Earth’s distant past, there walked a man named Kane; a mysterious, tormented, cursed immortal doomed by the Gods to wander the Earth until he is slain by the same violence he has perpetrated. While running with a group of bandits, Kane obtains a mysterious ring that seems to emanate a sinister alien intelligence. The … More Review of “Bloodstone”Book I of “The Kane Trilogy” by Karl Edward Wagner

Review of “Riders of the Purple Sage” by Zane Grey

Rich, beautiful, and pure-hearted heiress Jane Withersteen finds herself under attack and persecution from the members of her Mormon cult, lead by the fanatical Elder Tull. She has refused to marry the cold-blooded, controlling Mormon Elder, and takes interest in a dashing young cowboy named Bern Venters, a despised “gentile” according to the Mormons. When … More Review of “Riders of the Purple Sage” by Zane Grey

Review of “Map of Bones” book 2 in the Sigma Force Series by James Rollins

When a mysterious cabal of sinister black-robed men murder a mass of innocents at a cathedral in Germany, stealing the enshrined bones of the Magi that searched for the Christ-child, the military specialists of Sigma Force are called upon again, this time by the Vatican itself. They are tasked with keeping a secret, ancient power … More Review of “Map of Bones” book 2 in the Sigma Force Series by James Rollins

Review of “King Solomon’s Mines” by H. Rider Haggard

Legendary adventurer and fearless South African hunter Allan Quatermain has had many adventures, but he is about to embark on one of his greatest. When his friends Sir Henry Curtis and Captain Good ask for his aid in finding Curtis’ missing brother, he jumps to their aid. Curtis’ brother had supposedly gotten lost while traveling … More Review of “King Solomon’s Mines” by H. Rider Haggard