book reviews

Book Review: Killing Lincoln

I recently had the pleasure of reading Bill O’Reilly and his co-author Martin Dugard’s wonderful book “Killing Lincoln”. This is a sensational book written as a contemporary thriller and takes full use of this technique to avoid being a dull regurgitation of dates,facts and figures. This book is a thoroughly researched and documented effort to accurately describe the shocking and horrifying murder of perhaps America’s greatest President. Continue reading

book reviews

Book Review: Boy in the Moon

Ian Brown’s memoir, The Boy in the Moon (St. Martin’s Press 2011), is an eye-opening trip into parenting a special needs child. In this case, Ian Brown and his wife have a severely disabled child with an orphan disease (one which is not studied or researched much), making both diagnosing and dealing with the disease difficult. This particular disease, CFC (cardiofaciocutaneous disease) is extremely rare, gets worse as the child matures and can’t be cured. The story deals primarily with the Dad’s struggle to come to terms with his son’s life as a CFC sufferer. Continue reading