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September 2007

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

Book Review

The Legal Lampoon

by John Senger

Richard T. Icci, author of The Legal Lampoon: A Practical, No-Nonsense Guide for Anyone Interested in Becoming or Hiring a Lawyer, is a cynic about the legal profession. Icci is also an experienced lawyer practicing in New York and... Read More

Book Review

Greece

by Rachel Jagareski

In Greece: The Untold Story, author Elizabeth Kinnell promises a glimpse of Greek life beyond the usual tourist areas, but the story of her days as an English language teacher in the mainland town of Karditsa is primarily an outline of... Read More

Book Review

Hermetica

Disparate cultures around the world have similar stories and myths about the exploits of their gods and heroes. Joseph Campbell said one explanation for these similarities is that “the human psyche is essentially the same all over the... Read More

Book Review

The Lace Reader

"The Lace Reader" accomplishes the rare feat of combining an interesting premise with a gripping storyline that keeps readers guessing until the end. Set against the background of Salem’s Puritan and lace-making past the novel also... Read More

Book Review

Lasting Contribution

“The world is not only a dynamic system; it is an open dynamic system” the author writes. “…new things can enter the picture to change the nature of the equation.” Tad Waddington co-author of Return on Learning strives in his... Read More

Book Review

A Broad Abroad in Thailand

In 1990 author Dodie Cross put her life into storage and moved to Thailand with her new husband. Dick had been offered a construction job in the town of Pattaya and Cross experienced at living abroad was excited for the opportunity. In... Read More

Book Review

Relativity in Curved Spacetime

“Every time we find a problem with general relativity, the reason why that problem exists turns out to be the same: it’s that things have to be that way in order to avoid creating conflicts with special relativity,” writes Eric... Read More

Book Review

Forgiveness

Forgiveness is the fragrance that the violet sheds on the heel that has crushed it. —Mark Twain Most self-help books are found to be lacking. They tend to leave people feeling lost and cold and incomplete because they cannot identify... Read More

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