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September 1, 2012

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that were published September 1, 2012. You can also view all of the books we've reviewed that were published anytime in September 2012.

Book Review

The Inconvenient Indian

by Mark McLaughlin

Glib humor gives way to serious discussion of historic and modern treatment of Indians. “Most of the history of Indians in North America has been forgotten,” says Canadian (and Cherokee) author Thomas King. “What we are left with... Read More

Book Review

Waist Away

by Lauren Kramer

"Waist Away" reads like one of those long, candid conversations you’ve always wanted to have with your family doctor. The kind you never get to enjoy because everyone’s watching the clock and other patients are waiting. But if you... Read More

Book Review

But by the Chance of War

by Joe Taylor

Heroic couplet-form dialogue brings an epic feel to this survey of war and human nature’s destiny. No one is more aware of the paradoxes inherent in war than its principals. In this epic survey, Richard Lyons takes to battlefields and... Read More

Book Review

The Lesser Evil

by Bradley A. Scott

As E. A. Rappaport’s "The Lesser Evil" opens, Toth, a talented young wizard, seeks to persuade the stodgy Wizard’s Council to recognize his new discovery—a method of animating dead skeletons—as a valid new “school” of magic.... Read More

Book Review

The Proxy Assassin

by Mark McLaughlin

“Dumb cowards live longer than smart heroes,” quips reluctant spy Hal Schroeder as his early Cold War mission to Romania starts to go sour. The main character and first-person narrator of John Knoerle’s American Spy Trilogy is,... Read More

Book Review

The Essential Tom Marshall

by Peter Dabbene

In the age of the Internet, more literary works are available to more people than ever before. The problem with this overabundance of riches, which applies to poetry as much as any other genre, is that there isn’t enough time for most... Read More

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