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March 15, 2000

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that were published March 15, 2000. You can also view all of the books we've reviewed that were published anytime in March 2000.

Book Review

Bleeding Out

by Mark Terry

Some crime novels succeed or fail on the merits of the mystery; others succeed or fail on the appeal of the main character. Ideally, a successful crime novel has both. This one does, and the reader will be rooting not only for a solution... Read More

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Sexcrime

by Karen Wyckoff

Exposing the inspiration for her anthology of erotic science fiction short stories, Tan conjures the Orwellian dystropia of 1984, the novel which first spawned the eight ominous letters that signify repression and the dark bloom of... Read More

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Graveyard of the Atlantic

by Cari Noga

North Carolina’s coast is notorious in nautical lore for the number of ships and lives it has claimed. In this collection Hagy creates an equally grim coast where people come to bury their hopes. From a frustrated, awkward adolescent... Read More

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Learning to Glow

by Marlene Satter

A book of essays on nuclear weapons, power and fallout of all sorts is not the place one might expect to find poetry, but the power of the images and language in this book transcend prose. Twenty-four authors contributed to this study of... Read More

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The Horned Toad Prince

The original Brother’s Grimm tale, The Frog Prince, has here been remade into a rousing Southwestern tale with elements both fabricated and familiar. Out on the lonesome prairie, Reba Jo is a live-wire cowgirl ready to lasso anything... Read More

Book Review

Not Just Another Moose

by Martha Topol

From the first vision of Moose standing tall with his huge baked potato nose sniffing the air, readers can sense this is no ordinary character, especially with his five foot wide set of antlers sweeping up toward the sky, “like huge... Read More

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Restoring the Goddess

by Elizabeth Millard

Appreciation and worship in the Western world of a Goddess, rather than a Judeo-Christian God, is not a new idea. Boston College’s Mary Daly has written for decades about incorporating a female deity into our spiritual realm, and... Read More

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