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March 2010

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

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Fear

by Catherine Thureson

A scary story can be exhilarating. A rapidly beating heart, a shiver up the spine, and a burst of adrenaline are all great fun. There can be nothing better than curling up with a scary book on a cool dark night. A good horror story is... Read More

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Thinking Green

by Barry Silverstein

Activist and environmental researcher Karel Rogers’ book, "Thinking Green", is a refreshing change from the multitude of “green” books about the environment. Instead of approaching the subject from a single narrow perspective, the... Read More

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Angelo and the Yellow Giant

by Jill Allen

"Angelo and the Yellow Giant", by former school bus driver John Calleri, tells of the title character’s fascination with school buses—also referred to as yellow giants. Angelo’s obsession begins when he is a teenager. When he... Read More

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Brutus

by Linda Salisbury

Remote areas, such as swamps, often serve as habitats for mythic, legendary creatures. Such is the setting for Larry McCollum’s fictional tale of "Brutus", the Swamp Man. Brutus is the child of English colonists who paid pirates to... Read More

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Beyond the Ego

by Kristine Morris

“Ego is not a place or a thing. It is a state of consciousness,” says author David Mutchler, an educator, therapist, consultant, and life coach. “…Ego consciousness is where people are ‘in their heads’ when awake. It is what... Read More

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Art and Travel Europe

by Claire Rudy Foster

The writer Henry Miller said, “One’s destination is never a place, but rather a new way of looking at things.” By seeking out new experiences, new perspectives and new places, the traveler discovers a new self. The latest from... Read More

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1927 A time travel novel.

by Lee Gooden

In 1927, Robert P. Fitton flawlessly combines the genres of romance, historical fiction, and science fiction, so it is a crime that he has allowed the story to be marred by deficient editing, including typos and missing words. Regardless... Read More

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