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April 2013

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

Book Review

Sexplained One

by Claire Foster

Combining practical medical advice with answers to “squidgy” questions, Knox’s guide is suited to anyone curious about the nuts and bolts of all kinds of sex. With one simple, humane assertion—“Men and women are not machines on... Read More

Book Review

The Husbandman

by Margaret Cullison

Through thoughtful poetry and prose about the human condition, Rosenfeld advocates for greater individual freedom. Through both poetry and prose, David Rosenfeld laments the erosion of political and social responsibility in contemporary... Read More

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To Hold The Sun

by Barry Silverstein

The author’s admirable philosophy of life shines through this well-constructed, engaging story. Using fiction to convey a life philosophy is a timeless tradition in books, and Chas Watkins’s To Hold the Sun nicely fits the category.... Read More

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The House of Pearl

by Maria Siano

The tale of a haunted house and its inhabitants over 120 years is both ominous and heartwarming in its stories of love and ghosts. "The House of Pearl", a dark but captivating paranormal romance novel, traces the history of a Victorian... Read More

Book Review


by Michelle Anne Schingler

The enrapturing pace and wanton creativity of Suzanne Eglington’s sultry "Inceptions" will certainly secure a hungry readership. Kate Quinn is tired of being a good girl. In Suzanne Eglington’s "Inceptions", a cheating boyfriend... Read More

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The Sword of Demelza

by Alex Franks

Told in crisp, page-turning prose, readers of all ages will find this to be an engaging novel built around a framework of moral guidance. "The Sword of Demelza", a young adult novel from debut author J. E. Rogers, is both educational and... Read More

Book Review

The Roof Walkers

by Joe Taylor

With a unique narrative approach, Keith Henderson recreates the birth of Canada. "The Roof Walkers" by Keith Henderson, an epistolary novel about the birth of Canada, is historical fiction at its best. It not only illuminates a point in... Read More

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