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September 2010

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

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Book Review

Norton's Lament

by John Michael Senger

Alden E. C. Bigelow’s Norton’s Lament is a provocative novel with a misleading title, if one is to define “lament” as an expression of deep sorrow, a wailing or mourning. Bigelow tells the story of Joe Norton—dropping out of... Read More

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Two Chai Day

by Diane Gardner

“The hardest part of mourning,” says Irene McGoldrick, “is that no one else can do it for you.” Most of us who have lost a loved one appreciate that truth. But we also know the blessing of a friend who has been there. In "Two... Read More

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My Sisters Made of Light

by Shoilee Khan

"My Sisters Made of Light" is the riveting story of Ujala, a Pakistani schoolteacher imprisoned in Adiala Prison, a women’s penitentiary that holds the lives of hundreds of Pakistani women in limbo. Abused and lost, these women all... Read More

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About Grief

by Dindy Yokel

"About Grief" creates a safe haven for the suffering and their family, friends, and co-workers. Placing the book in context, Ron Marasco and Brian Shuff write, “All the stories and information in this book are here for one reason: to... Read More

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The Perfect Family

by Joseph Thompson

The cruelest part of leaving the closet is watching family members retreat into the newly vacated space. In gay literature this aspect of coming out is often sidelined. A person comes out and the narrative focuses on that person and his... Read More

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The Perfect Family

by Joseph Thompson

The cruelest part of leaving the closet is watching family members retreat into the newly vacated space. In gay literature this aspect of coming out is often sidelined. A person comes out and the narrative focuses on that person and his... Read More

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