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July 2013

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

Book Review

The Biography of Jesus Christ

by Claire Foster

This serious spiritual work maps out the story and message of Jesus in a catechistic and approachable way. Jeremiah O. Opusunju takes on the ambitious subject of Jesus, who inspires debates over the nature of God, the meaning of life,... Read More

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

Book Review

Lifting the Curtain

by Sheila M. Trask

As an urban high school teacher, Russell has a unique perspective on what’s wrong with the system. There is a crisis in public education in the United States. It’s a familiar story—one that’s in the news every day—and everyone... Read More

Book Review

A Year in the Life of Dr. Fox

by Jill Allen

A man with a double life—doctor and reinvented Zorro—proves a hero in this superb thriller. Many know Zorro as the mythical, swashbuckling Latino crusader for justice who rides a horse, wields a sword, and protects Mexican settlers... Read More

Book Review

Unthinkable

by Allyce Amidon

Anchored in history, "Unthinkable" is a well-developed thriller that sends readers back in time and onboard for a titanic disaster. Populated with a host of recognizable characters, Richard Cibrano’s "Unthinkable" combines historical... Read More

Book Review

Terminal Rage

by Christine Canfield

Khalifa keeps the story excitingly unpredictable and lays out a plot so twisted that the puzzle picture morphs as more pieces are added. With an international scope and surprising plot twists, A. M. Khalifa storms the thriller scene with... Read More

Book Review

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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