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March 27, 2012

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that were published March 27, 2012. You can also view all of the books we've reviewed that were published anytime in March 2012.

Book Review

The Three Keys

by Melissa Wuske

Precise storytelling, crisp and clear dialogue highlight this story of a middle-aged man caught in the consequences and complications of life. "The Three Keys" by Don Ackermann is a novel exploring the value of family and scruples; is it... Read More

Book Review

Legend of the White Dragon

by Jill Allen

In the science-fiction world created by Albert James in Legend of the White Dragon: The Newborn, the familiar old-world religiosity of Jerusalem coexists with futuristic flying machines, interplanetary travel, and an evil emperor... Read More

Book Review

The World Between

by Diane Gardner

“He was a born ruler. Why was it impossible for people to see that? Something was bound to happen sooner or later to thrust him forward toward his destiny. For now, he would wait.” A work of juvenile fiction that blends fantasy and... Read More

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Ordinary Miracles

by Melissa Wuske

"Ordinary Miracles" tells the story of one woman’s journey through infertility, in vitro fertilization, and the birth of her children. Krissi Marie McVicker’s story is specific and personal yet relatable to readers. McVicker went... Read More

Book Review

Nepenthes

by Jeannine Chartier Hanscom

The protagonist of John A. Schmidt’s fantasy novel, "Nepenthes", is extraordinarily content for a man with no companions or memory of his past. Initially unnamed, he spends his time munching on fruits and nuts, learning to climb the... Read More

Book Review

Sacrament of Fear

by Jeannine Chartier Hanscom

In different parts of the world, at close to the same time, members of the secretive and benevolent Cloister of Akhenaten are suddenly dying of what at first seem to be natural causes. As the death count rises, surviving members and... Read More

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