Category: Brad Meltzer

  • “The First Conspiracy” by Brad Meltzer

    “The First Conspiracy” by Brad Meltzer

    Genre: Nonfiction History Not quite a first, but, rare indeed when I read a non-fiction book! There is one reason, besides learning a bit about history, and that is………Brad Meltzer. 🙂 The colonies are starting to get restless and they see the need for an Army to protect their citizens from the oppressive rule of […]

  • “The President’s Shadow” by Brad Meltzer

    “The President’s Shadow” by Brad Meltzer

    The First Lady is working in her garden when she unearths an arm. In the hand of that dead severed arm is a flattened penny (like those you get at the fair) that points to Beecher’s Dad’s Army unit: The Plankholders…..

  • “The Escape Artist” by Brad Meltzer

    “The Escape Artist” by Brad Meltzer

    “The Escape Artist” is a fascinating book filled with magic, history, intrigue, and insider information on one of this countries least known and most caring & needed facilities: the Dover Air Force Base Mortuary.

  • “The Book of Lies” by Brad Meltzer

    “The Book of Lies” by Brad Meltzer

    Genre: Thriller (Tell Your Stories) — Buy it! — The worlds first murder occurred when Cain killed his brother Abel. The murder weapon was never found, but, some theorize that that weapon was a book: “The Book of Lies”. In 1932, Mitchell Siegel was murdered by an unknown gunman in a robbery in Cleveland. His […]

  • Book Review: “The Inner Circle” by Brad Meltzer

    Book Review: “The Inner Circle” by Brad Meltzer

    Genre:  Thriller Rating:  4 WaterTowers (Extremely interesting) During the Revolutionary War, the British knew who the American intelligence operatives were and captured them.  Good intelligence is key to winning a war.  George Washington, with the help of Benjamin Tallmadge,  formed a super secret organization called the Culper  Spy Ring (History Channel, Brad Meltzer’s Decoded, WikiPedia) […]

  • Preview of "Heroes for My Son" by Brad Meltzer

    This is a preview of a new book by one of my all time favorite authors ( I have read most of Brad’s books before starting this blog, but, I gave “The First Counsel” a rating in the “Clunkers and Charms” posting), and also mentioned Brad in my “Author and Genre Overview” posting (one of […]