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The secrets of structures hiding in plain sight

This time of year, many people in the frozen north think of a trip to the tropics. One place that is convenient and well endowed with palm trees and beaches is The Bahamas, and its capitol, Nassau. Each day, cruise … Continue reading

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The wetter side of the Civil War

Last night I gave a talk about the Union Blockade of southern ports to a Civil War group in Delaware (Based on my book NASSAU, which was inspired by the ruins of the Royal Victoria Hotel we saw in Nassau … Continue reading

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Amazon ego trip

I’m sure this happens to Steven King and John Grisham all the time but it’s a first for me. We all know Amazon is a marketing behemoth. One way they sell so much is by having their computers track any … Continue reading

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