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Fly on the Wall by Mike Hirsh

Sep 11, 2012

Charlotte County writer Mike Hirsh is known for his non-fiction – including “Terri…the Truth” which he co-wrote with her husband Michael Schiavo. But not he’s turned his talent to fiction. Linda Fasulo has our review of Fly on the Wall.

The Mirrored World, by Debra Dean

Sep 4, 2012

The  newest novel from  Miami based writer Debra Dean takes the reader into the heart of Mother Russia with The Mirrored World a fictionalized account of the life of Saint Zenia of St. Petersburg.  Linda Fasulo has our review.

Valerie Alker

The tenth novel in author Robert  Macomber’s “Honor” series will be out in October.  The books focus on the life and times of Naval officer Peter Wake.  The first book “At the Edge of Honor” begins in 1863 with a young Wake taking command of a Union vessel patrolling the waters around Key West.  Fast forward more than twenty years.   The mature Wake is embroiled in espionage, fighting for his life in Cuba, in “Honorable Lies”. We talked to Bob Macomber about his work at his home in Matlacha, Twin Palm Cottage.

Honorable Lies by Robert N. Macomber

Aug 28, 2012

Florida’s favorite naval officer , Commander Peter Wake, is back. Robert N. Macomber has completed the tenth novel in his “honor” series. Linda Fasulo has our review of Honorable Lies.

Arts Edition - Black Creativity Exhibit / Jazzicians

Feb 17, 2011

Join us for a celebration of African American art. Now on display at the Alliance galleries, "Black Creativity," curated by Najee Dorsey and presented by www.BlackArtInAmerica.com. The exhibition displays 30-40 original works of art by Contemporary African-American artists. And from Acoustic Affairs of Ft. Myers, we’ll be joined in studio by “jazzicians” and spoken word artists.

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