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April 2012

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that were published April 2012.

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Two Tickets to Dubrovnik

by Margaret Cullison

World travel offers abundant opportunities for visitors to explore the history, natural landscape, and culture of other countries. Underlying these attractions lies a complex mix of regional attitudes that are sometimes confusing to a... Read More

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Tien Oung Liu

by Emily Adams

Tien Oung Liu: A 20th Century Chinese Profile, by Margaret Liu Wen Tsai, is a warm and inspiring bilingual account of one Chinese businessman’s life. Written by Liu’s daughter, this biography traces Liu’s family background before... Read More

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The Soldier's Oath

by Mark McLaughlin

A mysterious hooded enemy, garbed in “unfamiliar uniforms,” is ravaging the land, raping, looting, killing, and burning everything in their path. “Who are these guys?” asks a puzzled defender of the crown in Christopher Lewis’... Read More

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The Memoir of a Nazarene

by Mark McLaughlin

To write a fictionalized autobiography of Jesus is to risk offending some readers. Edward J. Murray is to be commended for his courage, if not his style, in writing The Memoir of a Nazarene: Jay Levi. To have Jesus, or, as he is known in... Read More

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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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