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‘The Lost Symbol’: Rollicking roller coaster reading

Dan Brown’s new book, “The Lost Symbol” sold one million copies the first day it hit bookshelves and on-line booksellers for a good reason. It’s a fabulous roller coaster ride written by one of the most entertaining authors to have ever put a pen to paper.


Pat Conroy’s ‘South of Broad’ - Angst and drama redux - yet again

No one does dysfunctional Southern family drama better than the man who gave us “The Prince of Tides,” “Beach Music,” and “The Great Santini.”


What Difference Do It Make? Changing the world, one homeless person at a time

Ron Hall never intended to be a best-selling author, let alone a tireless advocate for the homeless or best friends with a man from the mean streets of Fort Worth. Although devastated by the loss of his wife, Deborah, to cancer in 2001, Hall was comfortable – and wealthy – with his life as a successful art dealer.


A review: What Kind of Difference Do It Make? Stories of Hope and Healing

In these days of partisan politics, angry mobs, shouting congressmen and rising racial tension, “What Difference Do It Make?” offers an oasis of peace and good will. Although Hall told me this book seemed more difficult to write than “Same Kind of Different as Me,” the struggle was not in vain.



The Siege: Finished product doesn't live up to billing

Before any author can find success, he must find his style.

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