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May 2009

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

Book Review

e.a.r.t.h.

by Kristine Morris

Arthur Douglas takes readers into a multifaceted world that, at first, looks very much like the everyday reality of a blind young woman and her service dog, but expands to reveal a cosmic experiment that has been in progress for eons and... Read More

Book Review

Dear Office-Politics

In these times of buoyant unemployment figures and bookstore self-help aisles crammed with the woeful, it’s comforting to reflect that seemingly tranquil workplaces also have their share of neuroses. When the delusions, doubt, and... Read More

Book Review

Don't Call Me a Crook!

No, Don’t Call Me a Crook! is not a posthumous book by Richard Nixon. It is instead a memoir, circa the 1920s, by a Glaswegian marine engineer named Bob Moore. He is, by his own admission, a thief, a liar, a con man, and certainly a... Read More

Book Review

The Art Model's Handbook

“The human form is arguably the most difficult subject for an artist to render,” writes author and experienced art model, Andrew Cahner. “A landscape drawn a little inaccurately will still look like a landscape, but an error in... Read More

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