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March 2013

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that were published March 2013.

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The Man from Sweet Loaf

by Michelle Anne Schingler

Though some elements are magical, Prue speaks the truth about the treatment of African Americans and veterans in this disquieting, mesmeric read. G.Franklin Prue returns with a dark, frequently surreal novel that follows Sam Murphy, a... Read More

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Semmant

by Melissa Wuske

An insane narrator with a humorously self-aware voice accentuates the rich narrative of this intriguing sci-fi novel. "Semmant", Vadim Babenko’s third novel, is a science-fiction story with a literary novel’s attention to the details... Read More

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Uncommon Collectables

by J. G. Stinson

Lisa Dewar breathes some fresh air into the police procedural. With "Uncommon Collectables", Canadian writer Lisa Dewar has mastered the art of the police procedural. A particularly nasty serial killer is on the loose in Las Vegas.... Read More

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Sparrow Migrations

by Michelle Anne Schingler

Debut author Noga uses the “Miracle on the Hudson” to tell a masterful story about family love and fate. "Sparrow Migrations" is a riveting debut that explores the lasting impact of near tragedies. Cari Noga, an accomplished... Read More

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Moon Child

by Robin Farrell Edmunds

Born with a curse, tested in love and war, this Moon Child shines a light on life through much of the twentieth century. Supposedly born under a curse in a poor rural Mississippi community, Melissa Dukes rises beyond her neglected... Read More

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Understanding Change

by Barry Silverstein

This thorough, well-written treatise contains keen and valuable insights on coping with change. Albert de Goias, a practicing physician and psychotherapist, wrote "Understanding Change" for a compelling reason. “While in practice,”... Read More

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