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July 15, 2013

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that were published July 15, 2013. You can also view all of the books we've reviewed that were published anytime in July 2013.

Book Review

In the Greenhouse

by Sarah Stewart

In this fictional memoir, Podovinikoff crafts a humane portrait of a stigmatized and misunderstood group, the Doukhobor. Intimate, revealing, and educational, In the Greenhouse: A Doukhobor Story of the 60s through the Eyes of the 80s,... Read More

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When One Falls Down

by Julia Ann Charpentier

Driven by style, the florid writing of this thoughtful novel hints at sinister omens and suspicious circumstances. This engaging, low-key cliffhanger meanders thirty years into the past to quiet the spirits of those now deceased. Jay... Read More

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The North Building

by Bradley A. Scott

Action, when it comes, is swift, unpredictable, and deadly, but in the big picture, information is the most dangerous weapon. Jefferson Flanders’s first “novel of the Cold War,” Herald Square, was praised by sources ranging from... Read More

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Jack Chambers' Red and Green

by Alex Franks

Tom Smart has embarked on a noble mission to decipher Chambers’ intellectual and deeply meaningful work about art, life, and spiritual philosophy. Jack Chambers’ Red and Green is a peculiar work of art criticism that attempts to... Read More

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The Joy of Discovery

by Lynn Evarts

If attractive, extremely sexually active teens is your thing, well then this sex romp of a book is your ticket. "The Joy of Discovery" is an erotic coming-of-age tale about the sexual awakenings of teenagers Shelly, Denise, and Steve.... Read More

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Songs of Enlightened Society

by Cindy Wolfe Boyton

The foundations of enlightenment shine through in this collection. The second poetry collection written by archaeologist and retiree Preston McWhorter, "Songs of Enlightened Society" takes readers on the author’s spiritual journey... Read More

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Outside the Gate

by Julia Ann Charpentier

Milton succeeds in establishing a sense of impending disaster—a race against the clock—as a horrific kidnapping is seen through a parent’s eyes. Two twelve-year-old girls are abducted from a Caribbean island to be used as sex... Read More

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