“MIA” Missing in Action: a casualty category assigned to the status of armed services personnel reported missing during active service, generally during combat environments. Whenever asked what authors and books have made their greatest impression on me, I always answer: Nicholas Guild “The Assyrian,” Robert McCammon “The Wolf’s Hour,” Wilbur Smith “River God,” and …
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5 Star Review of Mr. Charon
For an author, this book will teach you the true craft of writing action/adventure with paranormal twists! And it is a great read!
“The Black Witch” by Author Micheal Rivers The gripping tale of a ship of doom… First, understand I am not one who enjoys being at sea aboard a vessel of any size. I like the ocean and best appreciate it when viewed from shore. But...
This is the sequel to Guild's "The Assyrian." Being one of his fans, I enjoyed this book and wish he had not stopped writing. There was supposed to be a third book to follow "The BloodStar" and quite a disappointment when I learned he s...