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March 2009

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that were published March 2009.

Book Review

Miracles Happen ... Sometimes

by Karen Connick

A husband stands in defense of his wife’s humanity as she, and those who love her, cope with her terminal illness. In graphic detail, yet with a straightforward writing style, Miracles Happen … Sometimes relays the declining physical... Read More

Book Review

Malta Remembered

by Tom Bevier

The Mediterranean archipelago of Malta has been strategically important for a succession of powers, from the Phoenicians, Greeks, and Romans to the Spanish, French, and English. The islands’ history and landscape also served as the... Read More

Book Review

Your Turn

by Barry Silverstein

In "Your Turn", executive coach and management trainer Beryl Cuckney turns her attention to the newly minted manager because, she writes, “People are promoted into responsible positions with little support. They just work harder and... Read More

Book Review

The Panda and the Prince

by Lisa Romeo

Australian David Somerville Mitchell, one of the foremost public relations practitioners in Asia during the late ’70s and ‘80s, was a logical if bold choice to change the world’s understanding of the aims of the World Wildlife... Read More

Book Review

Are You Lonesome Tonight?

by Cheryl Hibbard

English author Michael J. Clark’s "Are You Lonesome Tonight?" is a contrived—albeit zany and entertaining—tale, but it may miss its mark with American audiences. The main story is about two men, born and raised in New York state,... Read More

Book Review

Vimp the Viking's Epic Voyage

by Heather Seggel

In the small eighth-century Viking settlement that Vimp calls home, life is relatively simple: when he’s not building boats, he’s being trained to loot, pillage, and kill as his elders do. The only trouble is, Vimp doesn’t want any... Read More

Book Review

The Sight Sickness

by Gary Klinga

Blind people are stereotyped and treated like second-class citizens by uninformed and misguided sighted people. Herein lies the message to be found in "The Sight Sickness", by Christine Faltz Grassman. In her preface, the author writes... Read More

Book Review

Sand in My Eyes

by Julia Ann Charpentier

Loss of unstructured time and personal identity often follows the idealistic marriage ceremony, making women vulnerable to automaton behavior. The mundane aspects of maintaining a household and family can override one’s perception to... Read More

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