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February 2010

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that were published February 2010.

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Beyond Terror

by Katerie Prior

John Davis is a down-on-his-luck man who, after a night of drinking, takes his wrath out on his wife and family. It’s not the first time he’s done it, and when his wife Jean pleads for him to leave the house to cool off, he threatens... Read More

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Lyin' Like a Dog

by Dawn Goldsmith

In Lyin’ Like a Dog, the sequel to The Red Scarf, R. Harper Mason takes readers to 1940s’ America and the village of Norphlet, Arkansas. Richard, the story’s protagonist, relives his twelfth birthday and a year of adventure shared... Read More

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The Thorns of Aiden

by Dawn Goldsmith

Dr. T.E. Grainger, who holds a Doctorate of Ministry from the University of South Carolina, draws on a lifetime of theological education and experience to write this novel, a spiritual allegory wrapped in a spiritualism that can only be... Read More

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Talking to Her Pillow

by Diane Gardner

In this roller coaster ride of a novel, the first from author Jonathan Hewitt, Francis Dale-Blenkinsop leaves high society life in England for international business dealings, the mafia underworld, and espionage work with the Italian... Read More

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Solitude Lost

by Jeannine Chartier Hanscom

Clay Bannister is a simple man. He feels no need or desire for social attachment of any kind and lives quietly alone in a one-room cabin in an isolated part of the woods, basking in his solitude. But the day Angie Parker stumbles into... Read More

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Reflections of Life

by Karen McCarthy

New Zealand native Craig Piercy has produced over 300 poems since 2004, when he began writing with no prior experience or training. Piercy is clearly a good-hearted, loving, self-aware person; his intentions here are noble and his themes... Read More

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Moon Stories

by Gary Presley

How does a Harvard-educated civil engineer with knowledge of soil engineering end up participating in NASA’s effort to land a man on the moon? John Halajian tired of his commute from Levittown, New York, to Manhattan, so he applied for... Read More

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