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Reviews of Books with 302 Pages

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A Closer Look at Islam

by Kristine Morris

Syed B. Ali’s book makes a logical, timely, and relevant case for Islam. Can a whole religion be blamed for the actions of some of its followers? Syed B. Ali’s "A Closer Look at Islam" seeks to provide a clearer look at the Islamic... Read More

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Love and Crime

by Susan Waggoner

Anyone who appreciates supple writing and fine storytelling will enjoy every minute spent reading these stories. Eleven compulsively readable short stories reach beyond the collection’s title in V. S. Kemanis’s "Love and Crime". The... Read More

Book Review

Cages

by Monica Carter

This quiet novel explores the little-traversed ground of birdsong and the science of communication. Sylvia Torti’s "Cages" is a thought-provoking novel about the complexity of birdsong and how it parallels human communication, related... Read More

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Unassimilated

by Rose Garrett

This book is not just a fast-paced cyber-spy drama. It is also a love story that carries the theme of loyalty to one’s ideals, identity, and family. "Unassimilated", by Michael Benzehabe, follows recent immigrant and expert codebreaker... Read More

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A Well-Made Bed

by Karen Mulvahill

In this compelling story, the characters change, and some grow, through choice and consequence. In "A Well-Made Bed", coauthors Abby Frucht and Laurie Alberts use strong and complex characters and an almost campy plot device to explore... Read More

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The Norma Gene

by Pallas Gates McCorquodale

Set some time in an undisclosed future, "The Norma Gene" embraces the possibilities, both grave and absurd, of human cloning and all its potential consequences and complications. History, biology, genetics, and the curious twists of fate... Read More

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