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February 2004

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that were published February 2004.

Book Review

Secrets of State

by Mark McLaughlin

Who uses a tactical nuke to take out a single secret agent? Not even a Bond villain has ever become so frustrated in the hunt for his elusive target as to resort to atomic weapons, but such is not the case in Damien Hunter’s... Read More

Book Review

Katharine the Great

The author’s interest in Katharine Hepburn began with an argument between his parents. His father wanted to see The Grapes of Wrath and his mother demanded to see The Philadelphia Story, starring Hepburn; his mother won out. Porter was... Read More

Book Review

Rosa's Room

by Carolyn Bailey

Anyone who has moved as a child remembers the event as a significant and potentially scary milestone of childhood. However, Rosa approaches the situation with determination and style in this picture book, which reads like a how-to manual... Read More

Book Review

Rivers of Change

by Robin Farrell Edmunds

When the author returned to America after working abroad for twelve years, he chose an unconventional way to become reacquainted with his native country: traveling solo the river routes taken by Lewis and Clark nearly two hundred years... Read More

Book Review

Ideas are Free

by Leonard F. Charla

Workers can generate ideas for improvements that are useful, even innovative. Some organizations receive and utilize employee ideas with considerable success. Many more do not. The authors undertook a years-long international study of... Read More

Book Review

The Brooklyn Cyclones

by Ron Kaplan

Like peanut butter and jelly or Abbott and Costello, Brooklyn and baseball belong together. The history of this seemingly symbiotic relationship began in the mid-nineteenth century, when a professional team made its home in Brooklyn in... Read More

Book Review

What's It All About?

“We are tiny creatures living in a vast cosmos,” writes the author. “With a reflective consciousness unparalleled among other species on our planet, we ask foundational questions about our existence and the universe.” De la... Read More

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