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February 12, 2013

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that were published February 12, 2013. You can also view all of the books we've reviewed that were published anytime in February 2013.

Book Review

Last Breath

by Wayne Cunningham

Skillfully crafted, "Last Breath" is an eye-opening look at the horrors of child prostitution. With a brisk pace, David Swendsen’s novel "Last Breath" depicts the evils of an odious child prostitution network operating throughout South... Read More

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by Colby Cedar Smith

McCandless describes actively turning toward trust and forgiveness in this eclectic collection about chronic illness and abuse. “Life is not a state of being; it is a process of becoming. This book is about the process,” states Beth... Read More

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Algebra of Hope

by Mark McLaughlin

The exploitation of Indian and other foreign workers in the Arab states of the Persian Gulf is usually thought to apply to those doing the physical labor that the oil-rich locals feel is beneath them. In his novel, "Algebra of Hope",... Read More

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The Art of Coincidence

by Peter Dabbene

After all the test-marketing and focus-grouping used by publishers, it’s rare that any book truly surprises the avid reader. Individual short stories are perhaps better able than most types of writing to break free from the bonds of... Read More

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Paper Moon

by Cheryl Hibbard

Renowned surrealist painter Rex Sexton is also a highly regarded writer, imbuing his fiction and poetry with the same startling vision and mastery he displays in his artwork. His newest novel, "Paper Moon", dazzles with words, just as... Read More

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by Leia Menlove

Fiction for young adults (YA if you are pub-geeky) is taking the world by solar storm. We have seen the novels and the movies, now Underwords Press brings us an anthology of YA shorts. True to trend, "Futuredaze" features both space... Read More

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Pass Me the Rice

by Diane Gardner

Lieutenant Robert Kay wanted more. Life on a US Navy ship lacked the action he craved, especially with the Vietnam War underway. So, while some fled the draft or reluctantly served, he requested a transfer into the thick of it all. In... Read More

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