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Joan Adamak Reviews “DOLPHIN GIRL” by Scott Neil

An enchanting, refreshing novel Most of this story uses the Scottish brogue, which is easy to understand and if not, there is a section at the end that sets out Scottish words and their meanings. Much of this story is … Continue reading

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NEMESIS (Kane’s Revenge) By Bill Carson, a Review by Joan Adamak

Sometimes evil destroys itself. I was not aware that Nemesis was the sequel to another book when I was asked to do a review. This book perhaps would be more enjoyed by men as it is full of murder, torture, … Continue reading

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DEVOTION By Adam Makos, a Review by Joan Adamak

Revelation of American heroes in a forgotten war I was in high school when WWII ended and married about two years to a WWII vet when our troops were fighting in Korea. There wasn’t much in the newsreels about it … Continue reading

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THE AVATAR SYNDROME By Stan I.S. Law, A Review by Joan Adamak

The Messengers of God Is the possibility of being an avatar within each of us? This is a fabulous novel. It is like an education in the medical science of neurological research, the strengths and weaknesses of the human nature … Continue reading

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Joan Adamak has Reviewed “HOUSE DIVIDED” By Peter G. Pollak

A fast moving, intriguing spy mystery Leonard Robbins was a retired CIA agent, now confined to a wheelchair from injuries suffered from an auto wreck.  His wife was a retired FBI agent.  They were living a fairly quiet life now … Continue reading

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Joan Adamak has Reviewed “PASSION’S PRICE” By Mary Adair

Book 3 of the Passion Series Love Finds Its Own In Book 2, Raven was dismissed by the Cherokee Tribe for having no control over his temper. He is sent by Chief Red Panther (James Fitzgerald) to oversee his business … Continue reading

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Joan Adamak Reviewed THE BOSTON TRADER By Jefferson Flanders

(The Tarkington Book 2) The West punctures an opening into China in the 1790s This story has all of the mystique, intrigue, danger, politics and clash of cultures as “Shogun” did (although it was about Japan). The author spent hours … Continue reading

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