Monthly Archives: September 2016

The Maestro aka Winslow Wixin

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Joe Ide’s debut novel “IQ” – young, orphaned, black, brilliant: Sherlock in the Hood

In his childhood, “my favorite books were the original Sherlock Holmes stories” – Joe Ide The fantastic debut novel “IQ” could fill the void for fans of “Breaking Bad” — “IQ” has already been optioned for a TV series. Can’t happen too … Continue reading

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Jason Overstreet’s “The Strivers’ Row Spy” -Black FBI agent in 1919 Harlem

Obama is the 1st black President. Who was the 1st black FBI agent and why did J. Edgar Hoover need him? Being a black FBI agent in 1919 was unheard of…until J. Edgar Hoover had no choice. During the early … Continue reading

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“A Killing Snow” by Dave Hoing and Roger Hileman

A woman journalist and her husband, a meteorologist, settle in a small 19th C Nebraska town, where prejudice against Irish immigrants is even worse than anti-Indian sentiment–the Natives, at least, stay segregated on a nearby reservation. Child abuse is commonplace, bullies … Continue reading

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