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June 1999

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

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The End of the Class War

by Elizabeth Millard

Within the first few paragraphs of each of the author’s short stories, a character will emerge that makes the reader either yearn for the tale to be longer or smile in recognition of a friend, family member or even one’s self. Such... Read More

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From Closet to Casket

Fortyish Vera Austin—who lives alone with her short grey hair, her thrift-shop wardrobe and her beloved dog—is being haunted in the mystery novel From Closet to Casket. The spirit belongs to Emily Engle, a tenant of the Indianapolis... Read More

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Truman and Pendergast

by Karl Helicher

Few verbal assaults riled Harry S. Truman more than being called the “Senator from Pendergast,” a reference to Thomas Pendergast, Truman’s political mentor and corrupt boss of the Kansas City, Missouri, Democratic Party machine... Read More

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Virginia Woolf

by Leeta Taylor

The renaissance of Virginia Woolf still blooms. Successively reborn into our polemical age of interdisciplinary feminist studies, her witty and passionate rebellion against Victorian/Edwardian cultural, literary and sexual patriarchy has... Read More

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Queer Japan

by Michele McDonald

“The first time I ever fell in love with someone was in my first year of junior high. It was a girl in my class, and even after coming home from school I would think of her and long to touch her. But I kept my feelings hidden because I... Read More

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