Thomas Drinkard

Reviewer Thomas Drinkard: Thomas is a graduate with a degree in English from the University of North Alabama. He is a novelist and poet and his poetry has been published in Negative Capability, Elk River Review, Cotton Boll/Atlanta Review and others. For several years he was president of Alabama State Poetry Society and editor of the annual anthology, "The Sampler." According to Thomas, his real education came as a result of ten years as a U.S. Army Special Forces (Green Beret) soldier, living in Asia for much of that time.



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Author: John J. Le Beau
ISBN- 978-1-933515-54-0
Publisher: Oceanview





Author: Douglas Quinn            
ISBN: 978-1-4001-5088 (sc) ISBN: 978-1-4001-5089-0 (ebook)
Publisher: iUniverse

This book is good for a nice summer’s day read at the beach or in one’s favorite hammock.  One warning, though: don’t start Pelican Point on an empty stomach.  There are so many references to seafood and some of the wonderful restaurants on the North Carolina coast that one would have to stop reading and go out to find something to eat.


Author: Doug Stanton
ISBN: 13: 978-1-465-8051-5: ISBN: 10: 1-4165-8051-4
Publishers: Scribner

This is a superb book, told with clear language and fresh imagery. The story is even better—because it is true. It is a book that will make Americans proud of the men who call themselves “Quiet Professionals.”



Author: Vincent Lowry
ISBN: 978-1-934937-35-8:  ISBN: 978-934937-35-5
Publisher: Mill City Press

Science fiction fans that enjoy the genre and don’t demand deep science explanations—but love fantasy and action—will find an enjoyable read in this book


Authors: Captain Jeff Struecker with Alton Gansky
ISBN: 978-0-8054-4853-5
Publisher: B&H Publishing Group

I shared Certain Jeopardy with my wife, who has lived the life of a Special Forces wife. She and I agree that it is a fine work of fiction that comes quite close to reality.






Author: Gene Pissale
ISBN: 978-1-4327-4133-4
Publisher: Outskirts Press

 First: a word of advice to the reader.  It is not a good idea to read Vineyard Days when you are hungry and have no access to food.



Author: G. Gray Garland
ISBN:  978-1-4389-3359-7
Publisher: AuthorHouse

The story is strong and will keep the reader interested. 


Author: Lev Grossman
ISBN:978-0-670-02055-3
Publisher: Viking

One could write that The Magicians is a coming-of-age novel set in a sort of university for magicians.  It is that, but so much more.  The book follows Quentin Coldwater and several of his fellow aspiring magicians through several stages of their lives, finally achieving a dream and then finding that even then, all their desires are not fulfilled.




Authors: Steve Murrie and Matthew Murrie

ISBN-13: 978-0-439-90887-0:  ISBN-10: 0-439-90887-6
Publisher: Scholastic  

Every Day on Earth
 is 224 page book with educational, interesting and fun facts for young people (and for their adults)




Author: Norman Friedgut

ISBN: ISBN-10: 1440405557:   13: 978-1440405556
Publisher: CreateSpace

The book,  My War, is an easy and fun read.  Its tone is exactly what it should be: comfortable and fascinating






Author: Paul Martin Midden
ISBN:10: 1-58982-492-X
Publisher: Millennial Mind Publishing

The book’s bloody action is frequently reminiscent of Greek Tragedy in which the violence is off stage



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