Archives for December 2013

The Honorable Terry Lewis, A Literary Judge

By Donna Meredith What surprises most people about Terry Lewis is not that he can only carve out five hours a week for writing legal thrillers. It’s that he can find any time at all. Lewis has been a circuit court judge in the Second Judicial Circuit of Florida since 1998 and was a county […]

“Delusional,” by Terry Lewis

Reviewed by Donna Meredith Ted Stevens, still sporting a host of flaws, returns as a criminal defense lawyer in another gripping courtroom mystery by Terry Lewis. Delusional, the third in the Ted Stevens series, follows Conflict of Interest and Privileged Information. It is Lewis’s most compelling book yet. In Delusional Ted is appointed by the […]

December Read of the Month: “Dancing Naked in Dixie,” by Lauren Clark

Reviewed by J.R. Baldwin  Award-winning travel writer Julia Sullivan is jet-lagged and on-deadline when she arrives back in New York. As she mentally prepares for a week in office, she is called into the editor’s office. Her new boss is a surprise, personally related, and not a welcome face. Even more so when Julia’s job […]

J.R. Baldwin

J.R. Baldwin has a Bachelor of Arts in American Studies from Hillsdale College. She is a managing editor at Ignitum Today, and is a senior contributor at The Imaginative Conservative and The Mirror Magazine. She lives in New Orleans with her husband and daughter.