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March 2010

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

Book Review

The Laws of the Bosses

by Barry Silverstein

The concept of "The Laws of the Bosses" is intriguing. Solie Tilawan, who holds a master’s degree in international relations and diplomacy, writes that when he decided to start a career in motivational writing, “the laws of the... Read More

Book Review

I Am Job

by Melissa Wuske

Many religious leaders, authors, philosophers, and everyday people have attempted to answer the age-old question: Why do bad things happen to good people? Effiong E. Ibok, an engineer and born-again Christian, offers his views through... Read More

Book Review

Driving With Dvořák

by Trina Carter

In Speak, Memory: An Autobiography Revisited, Vladimir Nabokov connects memories rather than chronological events. Fleda Brown does much the same in her memoir Driving with Dvořák. Idiosyncratic and lovely, the essays that make up this... Read More

Book Review

The Essential Kenneth Leslie

by Jennifer Fandel

Kenneth Leslie (1892-1974) was a Canadian poet and political activist whose poetry deserves to be rediscovered for its mastery of form, meter, and language. His first four, of a total of six, books were published in the 1930s, when the... Read More

Book Review


by Jill Allen

Fiesty, secretive widow Nell Hannon, jumps off the pages of Lyn Stanley’s delightfully intriguing new novel about Mrs. Hannon’s rapport with the other inhabitants of her small Midwestern village. Although the book is called "Nell",... Read More

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