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October 23, 2012

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that were published October 23, 2012. You can also view all of the books we've reviewed that were published anytime in October 2012.

Book Review

Justice Served

by Robin Farrell Edmunds

True-to-life dialogue and vivid characters team up to paint an evocative picture of small-town Southern living. Returning to her Southern home to help care for her dying mother, former radio personality Joyce Hughes finds herself... Read More

Book Review

The Real Story of Creation

by Kristine Morris

Willie J. Alexander firmly believes that the Bible is a “reality-based primer” in which virtually every life lesson can be learned—with a caveat: “The more educated humans become, the less likely they are to believe the literal... Read More

Book Review

The Dangerous Bridge

by Jada Bradley

There are so many stories from Africa that remain untold and "The Dangerous Bridge" is one that deserves a wider audience. Timothy Epupa Ngenge is a jurist, preacher, and motivational speaker whose poems have been featured in the... Read More

Book Review

The Man Who Wouldn't Stand Up

by Trina Carter

When Arnold Brinkman refuses to stand during the singing of God Bless America at a baseball game, he calls it a minor “inconsequential” incident. The media call it unpatriotic, and come down on him like a ton of bricks as a traitor... Read More

Book Review

Blue Collar Boston Cool

by Gary Presley

Jim Herlihy owns a remodeled three-decker Beantown house, the Schraft Street Sports bar, and Herlihy’s Hardcore Gym. And he’s a published author. Not bad for a guy in his thirties. But trouble is nipping at his heels like a pack of... Read More

Book Review

Poems in the Key of Price

by Karen Rigby

Jarvis Price’s debut collection, "Poems in the Key of Price", focuses on a man in search of consolation and reconciliation. A poet of imploring messages whose subjects range from romantic and filial love to the endurance of Christian... Read More

Book Review

Robinson Alone

by Daniel Coffey

The “Robinson” in the title of Kathleen Rooney’s new collection of poems refers to a persona that appears in four poems by Weldon Kees. The “Robinson” poems, as they have come to be known, are widely regarded as being among... Read More

Book Review

Lynn Margulis

by Elizabeth Millard

Best known for her work on the origins of eukaryotic cells, symbiogenesis as a force in evolution, and the Gaia hypothesis, Lynn Margulis was a scientist whose lively spirit and frank opinions left behind an enduring legacy that’s well... Read More