Monthly Archives: April 2017

Grandpa Persecuted by Corrupt Cop Duo

NOTE: Don’t be deceived by the benign demeanor in this photo. All grandchildren are affable when touring a jelly bean factory. I’ve tumbled into a sort of weird legal limbo. I was visiting my twin grandkids for the weekend when … Continue reading

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It’s been a wonderful year for math movies . . . and for Valley College students who get extra credit for attending them! The latest is Gifted, where a brilliant 7-year-old prodigy has an uncle who wants to protect her … Continue reading

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BOOK REVIEW: “Dangerous Passage”

Finely nuanced novels written within a Christian framework are few and far between; this one by Lisa Harris is a choice find. Her crime story is well-told; she knows the field of police detective work cold. The story is compelling … Continue reading

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Book Review: “Bridge to Haven”

I’m on a roll with Francine Rivers’ books, and want to again affirm how much I appreciate her compelling expressions of muscular Christian faith. This book has a painful detour into the corruptions of Hollywood; it also contains a poetic … Continue reading

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