Search Results: "David F. Ruppert"


BOOK REVIEW

The Greater Glory by David F. Ruppert
MYSTERY THRILLER
Released: May 4, 2013

"A solid, often engaging thriller that will likely appeal to fans of conspiracy theories and high adventure."
Ruppert (The Seven Watchmen, 2009) delivers a fast-paced, intelligent thriller about a police detective's journey into an intricate underworld of religion and politics. Read full book review >

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THE SEVEN WATCHMEN by David F. Ruppert
Released: Oct. 16, 2009

"Fans of John Le Carré will appreciate this solid effort."
Ruppert's debut thriller chronicles the heroic exploits of a clandestine group of seven men. Read full book review >

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FRAGMENTS by James F. David
MYSTERY THRILLER
Released: July 11, 1997

"David makes large strides over his debut novel in bringing greater focus to his storytelling, and his savants have charms more easily warmed to than dinos."
Thriller writer David turns from dinosaurs dropped down into present-day Central Park (Footprints of Thunder, 1995) to a clutch of idiot savants bonded into one being. ``It's as if an intellect so great that we can't fathom it was shattered and fragments of that genius sprinkled among the population. Read full book review >

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SHIP OF THE DAMNED by James F. David
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: Aug. 1, 2000

"Tying all these diverse elements together is an impressive feat—but that doesn't help the forced characterizations, pointless plot twists, and lackluster pacing."
Clever but overlong and painfully convoluted science-fantasy thriller involving scientists, psychic powers, pocket dimensions, cold-blooded secret agents, super-secret organizations, and aircraft carriers. Read full book review >

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NON-FICTION
Released: Sept. 9, 1997

"An important document—and inevitably a controversial one—in the current debates on the role of science in society."
Noble (History of Science/York Univ., Canada) argues that the apparent dichotomy between science and religion, between the physical and the spiritual, is an artifact of recent history. Read full book review >

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FOOTPRINTS OF THUNDER by James F. David
SCIENCE FICTION & FANTASY
Released: Oct. 1, 1995

"A clever premise, but overlong and overcomplicated."
Jurassic Park gets bent through the theory of relativity in this ample first effort from Oregonian David: a time-wave fractures the laws of physics, transporting dinosaurs into the present and deranging the lives of a cast of dozens. Read full book review >

BOOK REVIEW

SHUTOUT by David F. Nighbert
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: March 20, 1995

"Zowie."
Don't be fooled by the baseball title: The only clean sweep never-been former fastballer Bull Cochran's involved in this time is a vendetta against cop-girlfriend Molly Flanagan's family back in the hills of Tennessee. Read full book review >

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THE RAGGLY SCRAGGLY NO-SOAP NO-SCRUB GIRL by David F. Birchman
FICTION
Released: Aug. 1, 1995

"In word and art, dust has never received more affectionate treatment. (Picture book. 5+)"
One of several raggly scraggly children narrates this tall tale. Read full book review >

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NON-FICTION
Released: May 1, 1995

"Take the rest with a grain of salt."
The former president (Jankowski) and senior vice president (Fuchs) of CBS consider television's future and find the corporate networks in great shape despite cable TV's rise. Read full book review >

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NATURAL CONCLUSIONS FROM THE ROCKIES by David F. Baker
NON-FICTION
Released: May 24, 2017

"The lessons of the natural world seen engagingly, but narrow-mindedly, through a scriptural lens."
A book of insights about finding Christian inspiration in nature. Read full book review >

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THUNDER OF TIME by James F. David
SCIENCE FICTION & FANTASY
Released: April 4, 2006

"Two-thirds of a pretty good adventure story, but the rest will wear you out."
The dinosaurs are coming, the dinosaurs are coming—and so is the kitchen sink. Read full book review >