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December 2006

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that were published December 2006.

Book Review

Defining Moments

by Alex Franks

This slim volume of poetry celebrates the ordinary and explores tragedies with sympathetic emotional impacts. A collection of poetry written over the space of a lifetime, "Defining Moments" presents a picture of a man’s personal life... Read More

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Imprints (On a Healing Heart)

“With a son in drug rehab his fiancée dead and his professional life in shambles he was apprehensive. Small wonder.” Imprints rejoins the life of a recently downsized Rob Grant who is saddled with calls from bill collectors in 1970.... Read More

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The K-9 Chronicles

The narrator of The K-9 Chronicles: Book One is a sunny-natured drug-sniffing police dog for the Los Angeles Police Department. Born in Germany imported and thoroughly trained he becomes the partner of a narcotics detective named Doc. At... Read More

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*One’s destination is never a place but a new way of looking at things. —*Henry Miller "Wintering" follows a middle-age painter who has jettisoned messy romantic entanglements in the city for a period of regrouping in rural... Read More

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Hate That Thunder/Odio Ese Trueno

I know my bed’s for sleeping on / But sometimes I slide under… / I don’t know how others feel / But I sure hate that thunder. A clear night is eclipsed by a volatile weather front. When the sound of thunder jars young Mandy awake... Read More

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Sad Sam, Glad Sam

Bold bright colors are the hallmark of this tale about a little girl whose grumpy morning is transformed by her mother’s intervention. Samantha called Sam because “it was the right size name for a not very big girl” is usually... Read More

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Follow Me to Glory

Theirs not to make reply / Theirs not to reason why / Theirs but to do & die —Alfred Lord Tennyson The Charge of the Light Brigade (1854) Ian Carlyle a second son of minor Scots nobility sets foot on the shore of Crimea equipped... Read More

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The Kindness of God

“There He stood! I scrambled to my feet—it was impossible to remain sitting—and turned to face Him. I thought to myself, ‘I wonder if I should kneel’, and immediately got his reply…‘That’s not the kind of relationship God... Read More

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