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February 2007

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that were published February 2007.

Book Review

Tales of Jonathan

by Sheila M. Trask

Katherine Paterson’s Bridge to Terabithia meets Hermann Hesse’s Steppenwolf in this absorbing fantasy novel by debut author Keith Nicol. The multifaceted "Tales of Jonathan" takes readers on an adventure that uses the magic of the... Read More

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My Angel

If Simone the main character in this thrilling romance is an angel then her overbearing mother could surely be the devil—a lady so controlling that she stands over her husband at the barbeque making sure the grill marks on the burgers... Read More

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Let Death Be an End

Let Death Be An End is a psychological drama of family with a reach into the criminal underworld of New York and Chicago. On one level it’s also the romance of Brooklyn businessman Arthur Williams and Lucy a former Nebraskan with a... Read More

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Before they witness a suicide Burton Mike and Danny are more comfortable with their surfboards and skateboards than with emotional honesty or personal responsibility. But while skating in a parking lot one afternoon the dudes watch an... Read More

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The Unlikely Adventures of Ranulf the Unready

First the good news: Evelyn Waugh Anthony Hope and Arthur Conan Doyle’s Brigadier Gerard are alive and well and living in the mind of Adam Dumphy. Sweet silly light as champagne bubbles sparkling with mischief or its companion... Read More

Book Review

Insider Trading

Tom Delay Gary Condit and Mark Foley former Congressmen were members of an occupation considered by the respondents of Gallup polls to be twice as ethical as car sales. Lindsay and Bush optimistically face the impossible task of... Read More

Book Review

Tarot for the New Aeon

“Last night I stayed up late playing poker with Tarot cards. I got a full house and four people died.” —Stephen Wright Misconceptions about the Tarot abound, but P.C. Tarantino helps the curious shrug off rumor-fueled black magick... Read More

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Woman of Ill Fame

Nora Simms isn’t a whore with a heart of gold. She’s a whore with a head for gold. Determined to avert a life of penurious drudgery in the textile mills of Lowell, Massachusetts, the nineteen-year-old flesh merchant arrives in San... Read More

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