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Independent Reviews Site – Retro Hell

Independent Reviews Site – Retro Hell

March 17, 2011
Amélie's Retro Hell INTERVIEW WITH THE MAGNETIC WALTER EGAN   Amelie Frank: Welcome to Retro Hell, Walter Egan! You recently did a USO tour for our troops. Where did you go, and what did you play? Walter Egan: I played guitar for a woman named Kimberly Burns, rising Nashville vocalist. It was truly an experience to remember. When my drummer, Ron Krasinski asked me if I'd like to go play in Egypt, I thought for a moment. It was to be…
MAGNET & STEEL Walter Egan 1978

MAGNET & STEEL Walter Egan 1978

August 13, 2003
For you are a magnet, and I . . . am a refrigerator" --Bill Murray guest starring as a substitute teacher on "Square Pegs" "For you are a maggot and I am veal," --an eight-year-old Walter Egan fan, mishearing the lyrics Ex-Kingsman John Stewart produced a hit single titled "Gold" about the '70s music scene in Southern California. Sharp-eared listeners may recall Stevie Nicks singing backup on "Gold," which included the plight of "my buddy Jim Bass/ he's a…
Submission Guidelines

Submission Guidelines

June 6, 2003
It is the intent of the IRS to provide a review site free of the censorship, normally inherent in most magazines, related to advertising issues, money in general or distribution restraints.    If you have a book, cd or film that is for sale to the public that you think might interest us, feel free to send it in. We do not guarantee that a review of your material will make it onto the site, so please include a SASE…
FICTION

FICTION

August 20, 2002
BLIND DATE Frances Fyfield Penguin Books An ex-policewoman in London disfigured by acid living in a bell tower, a sister's violent murder witnessed by her son, and two mother's who have no idea how poorly they have influenced their children. All of this centered around a London dating service that may be the key to everything. In BLIND DATE, Frances Fyfield has created some fabulous characters who keep you flipping pages to find out what's next. The story centers…
Book Reviews

Book Reviews

October 11, 2001
GEMINI Dorothy Dunnett Borzoi Books/Random House (Historical Fiction)    Genius entrepreneur Nicholas de Fleury returns to Scotland to repair the damage he has done, in this eighth and final book of Dorothy Dunnett's House of Niccolo series. Assailed by blood feuds, and conscripted into the politics of a small country torn apart by a volatile royal family and the border wars with England, the charismatic Nicholas turns his formidable talents to fostering a climate which will support a healthy business…