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'Leader'  by Richard Armey (book cover)

BOOK REVIEW: ‘Leader’

I guess Dick Armey and I were destined to become friends and political allies.

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"Five Decembers" By James Kestrel  (book cover)

BOOK REVIEW: 'Five Decembers'

As a teenage sailor, I served aboard an aircraft carrier in the early 1970s during the Vietnam War.

This cover image released by Farrar, Straus and Giroux shows "Garbo" by  Robert Gottlieb. (Farrar, Straus and Giroux via AP)

Review: 'Garbo' a mesmerizing look at film's greatest enigma

- Associated Press

Coming a century after the Swedish actress' film debut, Robert Gottlieb's biography of Greta Garbo is a classic movie lover's dream. Enriching his insightful reconsideration of Garbo's life and career are wonderful photos, a selection of essays from the past, and anecdotes from those who encountered the enigmatic star.

Ian Fleming’s War: The Inspiration of 007 (book cover)

BOOK REVIEW: 'Ian Fleming's War: The Inspiration of 007'

Ian Fleming, the late, great thriller writer who created Bond, was a British naval intelligence officer in World War II, and much of what he experienced during the war found its way into his James Bond thrillers.

Countdown Bin Laden: The Untold Story of the 247-Day Hunt To Bring Down the Mastermind of 9/11 To Justice (book cover)

BOOK REVIEW: 'Countdown Bin Laden'

Fox News anchor Chris Wallace and Mitch Weiss have written an exciting book about the 247-day build-up to the Navy SEALs' historic raid on the compound in Pakistan where Osama bin Laden was hiding.

'Daughter of the Morning Star' (book cover)

BOOK REVIEW: 'Daughter of the Morning Star'

Although the series "Longmire" ended on Netflix, fans of the modern Western Sheriff Walt Longmire can still read Craig Johnson's popular crime series of novels.

The Origin of the Virus by Paolo Barnard (book cover)

BOOK REVIEW: 'The Origin of the Virus'

You would think that uncovering the origin of an event that killed millions of people, took down major economies, and dramatically altered lifestyles would be of top priority to global leaders of free societies. You would be wrong.