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Hardcover Books

Here are all of the hardcover books we've reviewed.

Book Review

A Delightful Little Book on Aging

by Sarah White

"A Delightful Little Book on Aging" is a lighthearted self-help book for seniors and soon-to-be older folks that encourages reflection, evaluation, and transformation. Stephanie Raffelock’s self-help book "A Delightful Little Book on... Read More

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I Was Hitler’s Baker

by Kristine Morris

"I Was Hitler’s Baker" is a disturbing and timely historical novel in which a driven, cruel, and merciless man rises to power. In Glenn Peterson’s compelling historical novel "I Was Hitler’s Baker", an ordinary man has a chilling... Read More

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Essence & Existence

by John M. Murray

The deep lore that backs Essence & Existence makes it a vibrant urban fantasy. Concluding an epic trilogy, B. & T. Pecile’s urban fantasy novel Essence & Existence finds siblings trying to save the world while staying true... Read More

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Reunion

by Holly Jordan

"Reunion" is a tragic novel about a young man marked by abuse who, in his adulthood, is still trying to learn to live for himself. In P. W. Walters’s harrowing novel "Reunion", a young man tries to recover from his childhood traumas.... Read More

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Japanese Home Cooking

by Matt Sutherland

For the handful of centuries that Japan has been on the minds of westerners, the country has exemplified the mysteries of the East. The island nation’s unique geology, climate, rich waters, and isolation led to a culture, a... Read More

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