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Book Review: The Crooked Roads Through Cedar Grove

Available 06-02-15 in digital format

Rob asked me to review his book, and I was glad to do so.  This is a thriller/mystery, with several distinct plots running parallel.   655 more words

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Rob Watts at Peabody Institute Library (Book Signing.)

Thanks to those who came out for the June 4th signing of Rob Watts’ The Crooked Roads through Cedar Grove. Was great meeting so many nice people as well as many talented authors from the area. 31 more words

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Out of their Shadows by Ranjana Kamo (Book Review)

Out of their Shadows by Ranjana Kamo

Review by Rob Watts

A wonderfully told story about faith, love, commitment and success. Two of the protagonists, particularly Nita and Sagar, are very well developed and are easily identifiable for the reader. 198 more words

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The Crooked Roads through Cedar Grove by Rob Watts: Now Available! 

The Crooked Roads through Cedar Grove, the new Mystery / Thriller by Rob Watts is now available at a discounted price of $19.99 and FREE shipping until June 30th. 71 more words

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Faith No More: Sol Invictus (Album Review)

Review by Rob Watts

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It’s as if the last eighteen years hadn’t happened. Reuniting in the studio for the first time since their 1997 release, Album of the Year, the San Fransisco based experimental rockers have responsibly recorded an album that die hard fans can declare worthy of the near two-decade-long sabbatical. 302 more words

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The Crooked Roads through Cedar Grove: Soundtrack Now Available

The digital version of the soundtrack to The Crooked Roads through Cedar Grove by Rob Watts is now available on iTunes, Spotify and all other major download and streaming services. 28 more words

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Best Coast: California Nights (Album Review)

There aren’t many bands around today who you can rely on to consistently release quality albums; especially music that get better with each new release. “California Nights” could very well be one of the best new releases this summer. 106 more words

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