HIGHER GROUND by McKendree Long, third novel in Western series

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From the daily adventures of the men, to an edge-of-your-seat, blow-by-blow account of the Battle of Little Big Horn, (aka Custer’s Last Stand), the author combines his wonderful talent for storytelling with in-depth historical research, placing the reader right beside these men in their final days.

An Editorial Review of “Rhythm for Sale” by Grant Harper Reid, Ph.D.

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Reid shares his grandfather’s journey from dancing in broken hob-nailed “tap” shoes to making the Southern Circuit via “country road walking,” to working in Vaudeville, to basement gin-joints, and on to legendary venues such as The Cotton Club and the Apollo Theater. Reid also lets his readers in on the darker side of the Harlem Renaissance, a time of racial segregation, political corruption, and cultural clash that was prevalent during this time period of American history.The book's tempo is fast-paced as the author condenses an encyclopedic amount of events, entertainers, prohibition gangsters, and the birth of a new genre of show business.

Big River Meadows: Eviction from Eden by W. David Jones, M.D.

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Big River Meadows: Eviction from Eden is a novella based on a true story written by W. David Jones, M.D.  He tells the story of his father’s boyhood—a rancher’s son growing up on a large Montana spread.  The story propounds that the vigilante law of the old West prevailed as late as 1927.