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February 2007

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

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Next Life

The publication of a poet’s selected poems is often viewed as a life’s work summation. What better way to rebel against that notion than by releasing a new collection with a title suggesting nothing short of rebirth? "Next Life" is... Read More

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The origins of Valentine’s Day are a curious and tangled mix of pagan holiday, Catholic martyrology, and romantic medieval lore. Even within the martyrologies, three Valentines exist. Who is the namesake of Chet Raymo’s sparkling... Read More

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Spiritual Capitalism

by Todd Mercer

From Alfred P. Sloan of General Motors to the silver screen’s iconic corporate raider Gordon Gecko the masters of finance and industry have excused the human costs of business decisions as irrelevant. "Spiritual Capitalism" written by... Read More

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Vinyl Highway

by Edward Morris

Dick and Dee Dee were never big rock ‘n’ roll stars, never had a No. 1 hit in Billboard, but they came close. They flourished at a time when rock still glowed with a certain youthful innocence, back before gigantic corporate... Read More

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Eyes of the Calusa

by Kaavonia Hinton

While helping her sister find her toy on the shores of what the Europeans called Florida, Elanu-Y-Mara, or Mara, is captured by pirates and taken aboard a slaver called the Devil Ray. Furious yet frightened, Mara is aware of the danger... Read More

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As You Think

“We do not attract what we want, but what we are”; the words of author James Allen might serve as an answer to the many who question why after having visualized, intended, and used many other tactics to attract desired results into... Read More

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The Competition

by Holly Chase Williams

This fast-paced novel could be represented in paint glass and stone as one of the bright unconventional buildings created by late Austrian architect Friedensreich Hundertwasser. Just as the Viennese designer favored labyrinthine spirals... Read More

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