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The New Path To Med School …

Great news from NPR! New doctors will now be thoroughly indoctrinated in leftist ideologies. Just in time too!

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Dunmore’s New World by James Corbett David

The Earl of Dunmore, aka John Murray doesn’t often get a fair hearing when reading histories of the American Revolution. Author James Corbett David does much to rectify that.

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The Naval Side of British History by Geoffrey Callendar

This book was written in 1924 by a British author named Geoffrey Callendar. It was especially interesting, coming on the heels of several other books read by this reviewer, such as To Rule The Waves, and Cochran, The Real Master and Commander.

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The Battle of Hubbardton by Bruce M. Venter

When Burgoyne sent his ambitious subordinate, Brigadier General Simon Fraser after the fleeing American Army. American Major General Arthur St. Clair assigned Seth Warner to guard his retreat, and follow within a day or so behind the main force. This book traces the ebbs and flows in the Battle of Hubbardton and looks critically at previous scholarship of the battle.

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Jenny’s Revenge by James Best

Best’s latest Dancy adventure starts off at a measured pace with Dancy roped into helping out his friend, the dour-faced Joseph Mcallen with one last job.

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Interview With Andrew Klavan

I recently finished reading Werewolf Cop and thought it might be fun to talk to the author about it. The folks at Pegasus Books kindly arranged for the author to answer a few questions.

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