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December 2010

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

Book Review

Go On, Lose It!

by Patty Sutherland

Penny Holbrook, a British nurse and eating disorders counselor, wrote "Go On, Lose It!" as a tool for assisting her clients with their weight loss and self-improvement goals through a program she calls “Changing Shape.” The glossy,... Read More

Book Review

The King of Babylon

by William Gee

Receiving an unexpected inheritance is a dream for many, but in Martin Boltax’s debut novel, The King of Babylon: Search of the Eternal Truth, inheritance can have dangerous consequences. The story opens with John Karras recounting... Read More

Book Review

Fine Incisions

by Teresa Scollon

“The critic,” writes Eric Ormsby, “must stimulate curiosity but he or she must also appeal to our innate sense of justice. Like it or not, the critic is a judge…We may flinch from the ‘judgmental’ but at the same time, I... Read More

Book Review

The Emancipation of Giles Corey

by Kai White

The Emancipation of Giles Corey: the title alone evokes themes of slavery and freedom. More specifically, it conjures a ghost from that dark chapter of Puritan history in which witches swayed from the gallows. The book was included in... Read More

Book Review


by Elizabeth Millard

Many business experts have noted that entrepreneurship tends to increase during a recession, as individuals begin to take more risks and make their own opportunities, rather than waiting for more traditional career tracks to appear. New... Read More

Book Review

Words Jesus Spoke

by Lisa Bower

The poems in James Vasquez’s poetry collection, "Words Jesus Spoke", take some of Jesus’ famous words, like his parables, and set them to traditional rhyming verse. Everything from the seven woes to the second coming and judgment are... Read More

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