Susanna Hutcheson

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Helpful votes received on reviews: 75% (15 of 20)
Location: Midwest U.S.A.
Birthday: Jan. 8
In My Own Words:
A professional copywriter and feature writer, I'm an avid reader and reviewer. I am creative director for Power Communications LLC, which has been serving the Internet community for over a decade.

I've discovered a way to increase business for myself and my clients through a unique style of persuasion and motivational copywriting.

I'm also a speed reader, which helps in business.

Naturally I es… Read more

Interests
I like jazz and the blues. I also like some country and classical music. I like opera and the great arias. I love animals. Have two cats and a dog and belong to the Humane Society of the United States and the ASPCA.
 

Reviews

Top Reviewer Ranking: 413,261 - Total Helpful Votes: 15 of 20
The Real Lincoln: A New Look at Abraham Lincoln, H&hellip by Thomas DiLorenzo
1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Perhaps my education lacked something but when I studied history, Lincoln was a hero and the Civil War was about freeing the slaves. I see now that was, as many things we learn, a myth.
Dilorenzo goes into great detail, drawing on many reliable sources, to get to the truth of who Lincoln was, what he was about and what the Civil War really was. And it was not about freeing the slaves but rather about stopping liberty.
In fact, Lincoln was a dictator who did away with most of our civil liberties. He did not allow newspapers to publish anything bad about him or his war. If they did, they were put in prison.
This is a well written, excellent book and I highly recommend it to… Read more
The Way of the Wise Guy (with Audio CD) by Joe Pistone
While Pistone uses poor english --- 6th grade level lower class english, he writes what I find to be a riveting account of life in La Costra Nostra.
I must confess that, while I'm a stickler for good english, I found Pistone's poor english and the way he wrote rather fascinating. It sounded real and honest. I like that. He came across as a good writer and a likeable observer.
These are all issues and things that most people wonder about mobsters and Pistone answers them clearly, succinctly and well.
This is a good book for people interested in American History, Mafia history, the mob in general and sociology, among other things. One can't help but see a bit of oneself in… Read more
The Way of the Wise Guy (with Audio CD) by Joe Pistone
While Pistone uses poor english --- 6th grade level lower class english, he writes what I find to be a riveting account of life in La Costra Nostra.
These are all issues and things that most people wonder about mobsters and Pistone answers them clearly, succinctly and well.
This is a good book for people interested in American History, Mafia history, the mob in general and sociology, among other things. One can't help but see a bit of oneself in mobsters. After all, we all have a dark side even if we never show it or dare to think about it.
A warning to parents, this book uses what some might consider very bad language although among business people, politicians, mobsters and… Read more