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October 15, 2008

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that were published October 15, 2008. You can also view all of the books we've reviewed that were published anytime in October 2008.

Book Review

Notes on Democracy

H. L. Mencken, one of the greatest American social critics and journalists, would likely say today that we too willingly accept the antics of the poltroons and cads who pass themselves off as our political leaders. That makes this new... Read More

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After Patrick Henry

Attend a party, read a blog, skim the editorial page of a newspaper, and you’ll be treated to a bevy of opinions about the U.S. government and what it does wrong, or, less often, what it does right. But how many of these arguments are... Read More

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The Dimensions of Experience

Throughout the history of mankind, mystics and seers have claimed the existence of a universal power or consciousness that unites us all. Albert Einstein tried unsuccessfully, in the last years of his life, to prove a unified field... Read More

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In Her Eyes

Poet Melissa L. Beal a pathologist by profession writes with the hand and heart of a survivor: childhood experiences of sexual abuse a narrow escape from death at the age of nineteen surviving ovarian cancer and recovering from addiction... Read More

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Deadly Intuition

Author E.A. Mourn’s apparent influences for her debut novel "Deadly Intuition" range from the television and movie series Highlander to formulaic horror movies and supernatural romances. Her protagonist Megan Chiles has disturbing... Read More

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Project Dark Savior

“The early morning sky had a slightly pinkish hue that reminded Ewan of blood tainted water.” This is the opening line of E.A. Mourn’s crime thriller "Project Dark Savior" which struggles to tell the now age-old tale of a detective... Read More

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A Missing Link in Leadership

Dr. Richard Berry a former instructor at the United States Military Academy and Chief Strategy Officer at the Asia-Pacific Center for Security Studies in Hawaii offers his views on leadership theory as it relates to the military in this... Read More

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