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June 12, 2012

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that were published June 12, 2012. You can also view all of the books we've reviewed that were published anytime in June 2012.

Book Review

The KeyMaster

by Anna Call

The spiritual background and exciting climax of this novel are sure to be crowd-pleasers for New Age readers. In this sweeping tale of spiritual discovery, "The KeyMaster" by Ruth Evelyn, angelic beings play a cosmic game with human... Read More

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Point of Reference

by Lisa Bower

Opening R. B. Seals’s poetry collection, "Point of Reference", is like taking a peak into someone’s diary. These lyrical poems offer the reader thought-provoking metaphors about the realities of the world, from a brief encounter with... Read More

Book Review

Let the Children Play

by Maria Siano

To encourage children to be more active, former physical education teacher Deloris Suddarth has drawn upon a decade of experience to compile fun, entertaining games and activities geared toward youngsters in kindergarten through third... Read More

Book Review

The Case

by Barry Silverstein

"The Case" tells the story of J. Cooper & Associates (JCA), a small, minority-owned business that was awarded a contract by the Immigration and Naturalization Service (INS) as part of a program administered by the Small Business... Read More

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by Jeannine Chartier Hanscom

When a well-known real estate developer is found viciously murdered on the grounds of his own golf course, semi-retired attorney and reluctant sleuth Pete Thorsen tries to keep his distance from the intrigue surrounding the crime. Not... Read More

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Growing up Dead in Texas

by Daniel Coffey

Fires that start in harvested and packaged modules of cotton behave quite differently than the fires that consume other types of crops; it takes the slightest ember from a cigarette butt that isn’t entirely stamped out to light a... Read More

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The Bird Saviors

by Chris Henning

William Cobb daringly dips his pen into the inkwells of past, present, and future, and comes up with a story that is at once gritty and gripping, portentous yet promising, raw but redemptive. When we meet seventeen-year-old Ruby Cole, a... Read More

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