Ron Watkins looks into the 1907 mob murder of his great-grandfather on a Maryland tobacco plantation
Robert Fleming of AALBC.com calls it “A profoundly memorable and affecting novel,” and Kirkus Discoveries describes it as “a sensitive study of race and history in the American South” and “a multilayered thriller.”
“Well Considered is a suspenseful but deeply moving novel that gripped me throughout.
I recommend it.” — William C. Byers
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“Days after finishing the read, I continued to be lost in its prevailing attitudes. Choice is always an aspect of a great book.”
— J.G. Rose / ALA / NJASL / Media Specialist
Black history month article by Julia Duin, former religion editor for the Washington Times and a frequent contributor to the Washington Post Sunday Magazine: The Hyattsville Life and Times (Vol. 9 No. 2, February 2012), page 7:
Interview by Sarah Nemeth – 3-11-2011
“This is truly a superb novel of the Vietnam war, a novel that compares favorably with those earlier “dark humor” war novels such as CATCH-22 and M.A.S.H. The writing crackles with authenticity.”
— Writers Digest
“A funny and serviceable satire about the gross rationalizations that propel war and peace.”
— Kirkus Discoveries Review
Cologne #10 for Men
Hilarious, dinky dau, delightfully wacky! Finally a cure for the stink of war.
“I love the way Wilfred recycles the bodies. That’s fabulous stuff with a direct line to Heller’s Catch-22 and perfectly captures the insanity of the Vietnam War.”
— Richard Peabody, editor, Gargoyle Magazine
songs of war, peace, and love from VietnamSongs written in 1967-68 by Richard Morris, A Company, 2nd Battalion, 5th cavalry, 1st Cavalry Division (Airmobile), performed in 2007 by Richard Morris.”Counting Bodies In The Nam” was written in 2007.Album includes the song “Diggin’ A Hole,” a Finalist in the Blues and Jazz category in the 2006 Mid-Atlantic Song ContestRecorded in 2007 by Richard Morris Available at www.cdbaby.com/cd/richardmorrisLyrics are at www.vietwarsongs.com.