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June 11, 2013

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that were published June 11, 2013. You can also view all of the books we've reviewed that were published anytime in June 2013.

Book Review

Timeless Revenge

by Jill Allen

A gritty thriller shows the extent of evil some soldiers are capable of during wartime. Loyalty, honor, betrayal, and the effect of time on psychological wounds are themes of Frank Warburton’s new novel, Timeless Revenge. In the... Read More

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Dogs Aren't Men

by Julia Ann Charpentier

Tiner blends humor and tenderness with a skillful literary hand. Harlequin-romance tradition meets contemporary intrigue in a heartwarming novel that brings out the best in both genres. Dogs Aren’t Men blends humor and tenderness with... Read More

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Inside the Box

by Seamus Mullarkey

Using skillfully recounted real-life examples, Boyd and Goldenberg show how just about anybody can dramatically increase their number of eureka moments. Conjuring up creativity: could it be possible to produce those eureka moments on a... Read More

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There Is a Season

by Michelle Anne Schingler

Killeen’s persistent lyricism deepens the prose-poetic quality of her brief, quiet stories. "There Is a Season" is an exquisite collection of short stories that reflect on human longing and the power of the familiar. Janet Killeen, a... Read More

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Humanity and the Nature of Man

by Nancy Walker

Want to help your fellow man? These meditations, essays, stories, and letters will inspire altruism. "Humanity and the Nature of Man" is an eclectic collection of writings by a big-hearted man who focuses on the beneficent potential of... Read More

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The Last Sewer Ball

by Christine Canfield

Nostalgic, touching sequel explores the bonds of friendship and memory at midlife. In "The Last Sewer Ball", a divorced, unemployed, and estranged-from-his-son Vinny Schmidt returns to the Bronx of his youth in search of the best friend... Read More

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The Hardest Thing

by Mark McLaughlin

Although packed with a plethora of hardcore sex scenes, James Lear’s "The Hardest Thing" contains, at its core, a fine private detective mystery novel in this seventh in a growing list of similar works by the author. Any reader... Read More

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