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May 1999

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that were published May 1999.

Book Review

Under a Bear Moon

by Dawn Williams

He watches her from a distance, unseen in the shadows. He tracks her by her scent. Compelled by some nameless quality she possesses, he cannot help but desire her. Lynda Malone knows about the stalker. What she doesn’t know is who—or... Read More

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by Marjory Raymer

Ever wonder what lunatic thoughts roam the minds of homegrown terrorists such as the Oklahoma City bombers or the Unibomber? Lowe with the help of Muller lets listeners eavesdrop with this eerily detailed, fictional account of one postal... Read More

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by Nelly Heitman

An intriguing debut novel, Calhoun’s Firegold captures the imagination as readers follow the adventure-filled story of Jonathon Brae, the unraveling of the mysterious poem about the legendary Firegold and how Jonathon and the poem are... Read More

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The Woodcut Art of J.J. Lankes

by Joyce Moore

One should not judge a book by its cover, but this handsomely bound volume deserves to be admired for itself. Its dark cloth cover with a single woodcut affixed, its letter type styles for chapter headings with extra decorative... Read More

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The 7 Worst Things Parents Do

Audio Read by the authors and Jeffrey Hedquist If there’s one job in life that is practically guaranteed to arouse self doubt, it’s the job of parenting. Of course, there is no such thing as “the perfect parent,” but by giving... Read More

Book Review

Writing In Flow

by Nava Hall

The term “flow” describes a state of mental absorption in which a person’s mind is so focused on a task that he or she loses awareness of both self and time. Or as writer Richard Jones describes it: “When I’m in flow, all of a... Read More

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Song for Anninho

by Jennifer Sperry

Sometimes casting itself up among the clouds, sometimes caught in terse humidity, this long poem, a love song, rises and falls in “raw time.” With grace and clear vision, Jones moves effortlessly between the spiritual and the... Read More

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