Book Review: Lords of St. Thomas by Jackson Ellis

Synopsis: In the 1930s, during construction of the Hoover Dam, the U.S. government began buying out the residents of St. Thomas, Nevada. Yet the hardheaded Henry Lord, believing the waters of the newly created Lake Mead would never reach his home, refused to sell or vacate his property. It was a mistake that would cost him dearly. Lords of St. Thomas details the... Continue Reading →

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A-Void by Babak Govan

A good book always takes the reader on a journey. Govan takes the reader on one that is extraordinarily insightful and thought-provoking.

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