(Review) The Great Leap Forward by Armand Burke

I received this book for free from a Goodreads First Reads giveaway.

"The year is 1978. China is an isolated empire of conspiracy, deception and delusion. 

"From Radio Beijing comes an astonishing announcement: China will unilaterally disarm. Is this a Great Leap Forward for mankind -- or a plot to take over the world?"

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(Review) American Sniper by Chris Kyle

This was a very well-written, in-depth memoir written by the most prolific sniper in American history - a hero who was unfortunately taken from us all too soon - his life taken by the hands of a fellow veteran suffering from PTSD who Kyle was trying to help re-acclimate.

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Promise Me a Quarter

I wrote this story several years ago and have been sitting on it.  I will admit that it is not the best story, nor is it fine literature.  But it is all true and means something to me.  And it is long overdue that I share this rather than keeping it locked in a file on my computer.  Without further ado, I present to you Promise Me a Quarter.

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(Review) Pirate Alley by Stephen Coonts

I received this book today from a Goodreads First Read giveaway and began reading it immediately. Aside from the free copy of the advance readers' edition of the book, I have received no compensation for this review. Unfortunately for most of you, the book will not be mass published until May 2013.

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