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Reviews of Books with 436 Pages

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Gluten-Free, Hassle Free

by Camille-Yvette Welsch

Those new to a gluten-free diet will find this smart cookbook informative and helpful. For those recently diagnosed with celiac disease or gluten sensitivity, Marlisa Brown offers a smart, comprehensive, easy-to-follow guide and cookbook... Read More

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The Rolex Bandits

by Sheila M. Trask

In his third suspense novel, Alan Mowbray combines sex, robbery, and murder for a gritty, modern take on the traditional whodunit. "The Rolex Bandits" is like a Miami-style game of Clue, where drug-laced drinks and golf clubs stand in... Read More

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The Incontrovertibility of Rainbows

by Jill Allen

In 2048, anti-aging technology has made it nearly impossible for people to die, despite dementia or physical decrepitude. The enterprising and shrewd elderly who still have their faculties have teamed up with a firm called Ageless, Inc.... Read More

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Doctor Margaret's Sea Chest

One of the joys of delving into a thick historical novel is the exposure to numerous period details, and in this book the author presents them in settings unfamiliar to many western readers: India in 1965 and 1856. Born in India and... Read More

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Letters to Zerky

Both Bill Raney and his wife JoAnne traveled extensively before meeting each other in San Fransisco, falling in love, marrying in Reno, and adopting a newborn boy, Zerky. So when they discovered an excess of time on their hands after... Read More

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"Digging" collects eighty-four essays and reviews in which the poet, playwright, and critic Amiri Baraka makes an impassioned case for jazz as a central achievement of American culture. Baraka’s 1963 book, Blues People, is a seminal... Read More

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The Dark Room

by Rich Wertz

It might come as a surprise that Julia Cameron’s spiritual quest led her to write a novel about child molesters and pornography addicts. This novel, with its violence and crude language, is not what most would have expected from the... Read More