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March 15, 2007

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that were published March 15, 2007. You can also view all of the books we've reviewed that were published anytime in March 2007.

Book Review

Kiddie Cruise

Frank White a troubled dental technician in the Navy is at the center of Ron Pettit’s novel "Kiddie Cruise". This character has a history of rebellion and his current assignment (barracks detail) is a punishment for past clashes with... Read More

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My last thoughts about Iraq

Batou’s book is one of longing, for a lost civilization, a dispersed people, an ancient beauty still moldering under the remains of Baghdad. These poems might easily be characterized as extended lament. Batou approaches them from... Read More

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Rush to Judgment

The hero of Ron Albert’s Rush to Judgement, ex-Marine Sgt. -E5 Damian Jude (“DJ” to friends and enemies) is a hardboiled PI of the old school. He’d be right at home trading clues, chewing on bullets, boozing and bragging about... Read More

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The Legacy of Katharine Hepburn

Katharine Hepburn once said “ If you survive long enough you’re revered—rather like an old building.“ The iconic actress certainly did survive—and then some—living to the age of 96 a fiercely independent outspoken dynamo and... Read More

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Edgewise

In early 1984 Georgia resident Darlene Wofford’s comfortable middle-class life was ripped apart. In January her 10-year-old son drowned in the family swimming pool. Shortly afterwards she was abducted viciously beaten and raped by two... Read More

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Folks Upset by the Capital Karma

In a ststorm of barbed humor and bawdy acronyms the "Folks Upset by the Capital Karma" shish-kabob the entire U.S. Congress and propose a political platform just wide enough to stand on one-footed. The authors want an end to federal debt... Read More

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Dream Magus of Babylon

Having penned her memoirs the title character in the film Auntie Mame is aghast over the rewrites her muse has made. “On a bleak January morning” she reads aloud “I came forth like an echo from the hills of Cochemara whilst Diedre... Read More

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Yoash

The uncertain air that magnified some things and blotted out others hung over the whole Gulf so that sights were unreal and vision could not be trusted. —John Steinbeck The Pearl (1945) A Bombay pearl magnate Dilip Chandra undertakes... Read More

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