CCLaP Fridays: The Beatles Are Here!, edited by Penelope Rowlands

This week Karl Wolff reviews “The Beatles Are Here!” by Penelope Rowlands, a look back at the Fab Four’s impact on the lives of musicians, writers, and longtime fans. Continue reading CCLaP Fridays: The Beatles Are Here!, edited by Penelope Rowlands

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CCLaP Fridays: The Compostela Cube, by Paul Cavilla

This week Karl Wolff reviews, “The Compostela Cube,” by Paul Cavilla, in which a relic hunter and an artifact historian team up to find a magical object that will save the world. Continue reading CCLaP Fridays: The Compostela Cube, by Paul Cavilla

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Arik: The Life of Ariel Sharon, by David Landau @ NYJB

Over at the New York Journal of Books, I reviewed Arik: The Life of Ariel Sharon, where I state that, “Sharon lived a life saturated with controversy. Mr. Landau’s biography paints a comprehensive picture of Ariel Sharon, a man easy to hate, but harder to understand.” Continue reading Arik: The Life of Ariel Sharon, by David Landau @ NYJB

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CCLaP Fridays: “The Mustache He’s Always Wanted But Could Never Grow and Other Stories,” by Brian Alan Ellis

This week Karl Wolff reviews Brian Alan Ellis’s short story collection, “The Mustache He’s Always Wanted but Could Never Grow,” a lowbrow bizarro collection of sex crazed lunatics, professional wrestlers, and other of society’s derelicts. Continue reading CCLaP Fridays: “The Mustache He’s Always Wanted But Could Never Grow and Other Stories,” by Brian Alan Ellis

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