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June 25, 1998

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that were published June 25, 1998. You can also view all of the books we've reviewed that were published anytime in June 1998.

Book Review

The Silent Stars Go By

by Pat Wolff

The Silent Stars Go By is filled with the nostalgia of Christmas. Set in Madison, Georgia, this touching book tells how life changed for Williams in 1959 as he spent his last Christmas in the country. He brings back Christmases of the... Read More

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Stars Above Earth Below

by Gabrielle Shaw

Dr. Marsha Bol has taken what she started in her previous book, North, South, East, West: American Indians and the Natural World, a step further. In this gathering of essays, songs, photographs and poems she documents Native Americans’... Read More

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North South East West

by Gabrielle Shaw

Co-published by The Carnegie Museum Of Natural History and Roberts Rhinehart Publishers Inc. Dr. Marsha Bol brings her extensive training and experience as an anthropologist in “Indian country” to this magnificently illustrated work... Read More

Book Review

The Last of the Black Emperors

by John Wark

Promising to continue to serve in some public capacity, Marion Barry, Washington, D.C.‘s colorful and wildly popular political Lazarus, held a press conference in late May to announce he won’t make a fifth bid as mayor. It was a... Read More

Book Review

Born to Grill

by Marly Wyckoff

To grill is not just to barbecue or smoke. That is the first thing learned upon reading the Jamison’s latest cookbook. Having previously dealt with smoke and barbecue cooking in Smoke & Spice (1994) and Sublime Smoke(1996), a James... Read More