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August 15, 2012

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that were published August 15, 2012. You can also view all of the books we've reviewed that were published anytime in August 2012.

Book Review

Journey Man

by Kristine Morris

William Claassen takes readers on a journey that spans thirty years, nine countries, and four continents in his travel memoir, Journey Man: A World Calling, and though his book has an ample share of odd and outlandish characters,... Read More

Book Review

Angel's Back

by Julia Ann Charpentier

Angel’s Back is the second in Brenda G. Wright’s series about a powerful, revenge-seeking woman raised as an assassin within the treacherous underworld of illegal drugs and sex slavery. It picks up where Angel: A Hustling Diva with a... Read More

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Chocolate Chocolate Moons

by Robin Farrell Edmunds

Molly Summers is a gal who loves her chocolate. While working as a security guard at a factory where a particular candy is poisoned, the lead investigator points out that Molly had easy access to commit the crime. “Easy access but no... Read More

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Zaire's Golden Babies

by Julia Ann Charpentier

In suspense fiction, a protagonist’s soul is rarely visible on the surface, and minor figures typically lurk in the depths of the story as potential foes. Both of these conventions are evident in Zaire’s Golden Babies, a... Read More

Book Review

Saving Jane Austen

by J. G. Stinson

For an author who only published six novels (the posthumous Sanditon is a partial novel not published until recently), Jane Austen’s Regency-era fiction has immense staying power. Not only have her books spawned innumerable fan-fiction... Read More

Book Review

Take a Shot

by Ron Kaplan

Jake Steinfeld, perhaps better known by his media persona, “Body by Jake,” had what he considered a great idea. And once Jake Steinfeld gets a great idea, it’s nearly impossible to deter him from seeing it through. This time it was... Read More

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by Monica Carter

“Why it says to the world what the world wants to hear: that nothing goes better with depravity than vanity,” claims the narrator of "Persecution". Like the author’s debut, The Worst Intentions, the vanity of the Italian... Read More

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