Featured Books of the Week!
Review Excerpt: One thing that is particularly special about Overbeck’s books is that they unabashedly tackle social issues within their plots. This book… touches upon the often-ignored plights of the hundreds of thousands of migrant workers who are the reason we are able to have such a variety of fruits, vegetables and other resources in our daily lives. Overbeck encourages readers to evaluate their moral standards and consider how much different things could be if only humans could treat each other a little more humanely, regardless of race, wealth, ethnicity, or gender.
Review excerpt: A devotional-style book meant to inform the reader as well as make them think about things on a deeper level. Fiensy is an author, speaker, and consultant on things Biblical with a long resume to back it up. In his latest book, he delves into the author of many books in the New Testament – the apostle Paul.
The primary focus of the book isn’t on Paul’s theology, but rather his spirituality. In keeping this our focus, we might soak it in and learn to become like Paul ourselves.
Review Excerpt: Focusing on the overloaded (and much headlined) topic of immigration, the author dives into dual cases in this book. Each one, however, has a different angle on everything from immigration rules and regulations to debates to hardships and actual pain that is inflicted on those who are both documented and undocumented citizens of the U.S. As the two cases unfold, everything from terrorists to basic human rights are written about, exposing a truly broken immigration system. So not only does the reader learn history, present-day injustices, and how this topic pits Americans against each other in many ways—they also experience a suspenseful, fast-paced book.
Book Video Spotlight
BECOMING AN ANGEL OF CHANGE
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Meet the Authors of the Week!
An Interview with Mark M. Bello – Author of “Betrayal at the Border”
As an attorney and civil justice advocate, author Mark M. Bello draws upon over 40 years of courtroom experience in his Zachary Blake Legal Thriller Series.
A Michigan native, Mark received his B.A. in English Literature from Oakland University and his law degree from Thomas M. Cooley Law School. After working extremely high-profile legal cases, Mark wanted to give the public a front-row glimpse of what victims face when standing up for justice.
Combining his legal experience and passion for justice with a creative writing style, Mark not only brings high-quality legal services to his clients but captivating novels to his readers.
When Mark’s not writing legal and political novels, he writes and posts about fairness and justice in the civil justice system on his website, Legal Examiner and NotFakeNews. In his spare time, Mark enjoys traveling and spending time with his family. Mark and his wife, Tobye, have four children and 8 grandchildren.