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February 2005

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that were published February 2005.

Book Review

Westinghouse Patent Pend. and Friends

Adam Dumphy’s "Westinghouse Patent Pend. and Friends" has nothing to do with light bulbs and everything to do with dim bulbs. A rollicking farcical depiction of a bumptious 18-year-old catapulted into the world by his Ma to seek his... Read More

Book Review

Make Money Quilting

Profitable Patches: “The difference between a dream and a goal is a plan,” writes Sylvia Landman, a craft-business writer, teacher, and consultant. A business plan isn’t just for those looking to acquire a loan from the bank.... Read More

Book Review

Twice Alive

by Anna Stewart

The author bares her breasts, her heart, and her soul in this provocative memoir about being turned inside out through the journey of motherhood. She delves into the depths of what it means to be a mother, sharing her unusual... Read More

Book Review

Virginia Woolf's Nose

by Leeta Taylor

In England (where the author enjoys higher name recognition as Oxford University’s Goldsmiths Professor of English Literature, author of biographies of Virginia Woolf and Willa Cather among others, and a Commander of the British Empire... Read More

Book Review

Sherlock Holmes Theatre

by Alan J. Couture

Dr. Watson is flabbergasted at the landlady’s bombshell, though Holmes merely shrugs until Watson starts to remonstrate with Holmes about financial matters. After all, with Holmes retiring, how is Watson to sell any more of his... Read More

Book Review

The Asey Mayo Trio

Asey Mayo, speeding in his Porter roadster along the Skaket shore lane, diagnosed the northeast storm coming up as one of Cape Cod’s superdoopers. Appraising the rising wind, the bulbous black clouds streaking overhead, the odd... Read More

Book Review

Priests in Love

“There is a story that moves beyond negativity and mere titillation,” writes the author, who holds a Ph.D. in anthropology. “That story belongs to priests who love their friends and treasure the priesthood. In caring for both, they... Read More

Book Review

How Lawyers Lost Their Way

by Alan J. Couture

Why are lawyers so miserable? Why the sky-high rate of burnout, job dissatisfaction, divorce, depression, suicide, and drug and alcohol addiction? Is it because of the incredible pressures of their job, from exorbitant demands for... Read More

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