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Reviews of Books with 329 Pages

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by Mark McLaughlin

“Don Christopherens was a man who came alive on a ship. A thing to behold was his certainty of signal from wave and wind and cloud,” writes Diego Colon, a Taino native who as a boy accompanied Christopher Columbus as interpreter... Read More

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Agent of Influence

by Monica Carter

Political intrigue shines in this well-plotted thriller about deception and murder. Agent of Influence takes two former CIA agents, a presidential campaign, and a Russian spy, and thoughtfully delivers an exciting and fast-paced game of... Read More

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Westinghouse Patent Pend. and Friends

Adam Dumphy’s "Westinghouse Patent Pend. and Friends" has nothing to do with light bulbs and everything to do with dim bulbs. A rollicking farcical depiction of a bumptious 18-year-old catapulted into the world by his Ma to seek his... Read More

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War and the Soul

by E. James Lieberman

Even Gandhi believed that people need the qualities that warriors once possessed, but soldiering, once a constructive rite of passage, has given up most of the glory it once held. Weapons of mass destruction have ruined war. Machine... Read More

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The Best Travel Writing 2005

by Carol Haggas

For arguments sake, one could divide the world into non-travelers and travelers. Non-travelers are those for whom long lines at Homeland Security checkpoints are obstacle enough to keep them from venturing beyond safe and familiar... Read More