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April 18, 2012

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that were published April 18, 2012. You can also view all of the books we've reviewed that were published anytime in April 2012.

Book Review

If Two Are Dead

by Mark McLaughlin

“I was in Ambercromby’s army at Ticonderoga,” quips Thomas Dordrecht, hero of Jonathan Carriel’s historical mystery. “I can stomach a corpse.” That is fortunate for the young apprentice because corpses abound in 1762 New... Read More

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Destructive Interference

by DeAnn Rossetti

In his debut novel, Martin Skogsbeck combines medical science with romantic obsession and melodrama to create an engaging and educational story. French neurologist Redan “Red” Palleago narrates this book as an overt plea to find his... Read More

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Usher's Harbour

by Jeannine Chartier Hanscom

Usher’s Harbour introduces a post-apocalyptic, twenty-third century world in which human beings reside safely inside meticulously controlled domed cities, protected from the disease and climate disasters that have ravaged the earth and... Read More

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Almost a Senior

by Cheryl M. Hibbard

Teacher and award-winning playwright Brenda Faye Collie introduces feisty high-school junior Loresha in Almost A Senior, the first volume of a planned trilogy. As the newly elected student-body president at fictional Major Horris High... Read More

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The Nameless

by Melissa Wuske

In "The Nameless", Liza Burgess crafts a heart-wrenching story of the ease of betrayal and the near impossibility of redemption. The prologue shows a woman entering an airport with her baby. Readers watch in horror as she sets herself... Read More

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The Final Leap

by Elizabeth Millard

Iconic and soaring, the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco holds a dark distinction as the world’s top site for suicide. Since it opened in 1937, there have been more than fifteen hundred reported deaths, and John Bateson believes... Read More

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