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Softcover Books

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

Book Review

Therapy

by Joseph S. Pete

"Therapy" uses its poetic lines to capture the wounded rage of an isolated individual. Mike McCluskey’s poetry collection, "Therapy", gathers the troubled thoughts of an “absolute lunatic” and “madman” who lays it all on the... Read More

Book Review

Poems and Other Nonsense

by Joseph S. Pete

With lines that trip across a life well examined, "Poems and Other Nonsense" is a humorous and heartfelt collection. Dexter Satterwhite’s poetry collection "Poems and Other Nonsense" is alternately funny and wise with its verses about... Read More

Book Review

Call in Well

by Edith Wairimu

The clever children’s poetry collection "Call in Well" explores its themes through creative and fun-filled lines. Timothy Orley’s disarming children’s poetry collection "Call in Well" is accentuated by delightful characters and... Read More

Book Review

A Network Exposed

by John M. Murray

"A Network Exposed" is a slow-moving but engaging cops-versus-criminals epic. Bo Wagoner’s ambitious police procedural thriller, A Network Exposed: The Line Between Badges, finds a small group of law enforcement officers fighting a... Read More

Book Review

Charlie's Kid

by Mari Carlson

Honest and unvarnished, Charlie’s Kid is a story in the best sense of the word, pulsing with lessons born from difficult experiences and told out of love, not for glory. From sea to shining sea, and from crushing to smile-inducing,... Read More

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