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September 1, 2013

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that were published September 1, 2013. You can also view all of the books we've reviewed that were published anytime in September 2013.

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Playing House

by Howard Lovy

Lauren Slater’s obsessive­-compulsive disorder manifests in various ways in this collection of essays—she counts by increments of three to keep the moon in orbit and planes from falling. But, surprisingly, there is no dilemma over... Read More

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The African

by Howard Lovy

In this brilliant translation of Nobel Laureate J. M. G. Le Clézio’s book "The African", the now-­seventy­-three-­year-­old writer goes back to his childhood spent in Nigeria, the son of a French military doctor posted to Africa.... Read More

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Savage Love

by Julia Ann Charpentier

"Savage Love" takes twenty-first-century liberties to the max, refusing to succumb to an inner censor that resists exposure to what makes the sensitive uncomfortable. Love and lust, infatuation and infidelity, all the deep-down primal... Read More

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Graven Images

by Maria Siano

Engaging, fully developed characters bring us back to another century to pose thought-provoking questions about social norms and challenging authority. Graven Images: A Singular Village Mystery, the second in a historical fiction series... Read More

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Marijuana Is Safer

by Jeff Fleischer

Three authors behind Colorado legalization stir the pot of double standards on marijuana vs. alcohol. The past year has seen a dramatic change in the national conversation about marijuana and its potential legalization. In November,... Read More

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We

by Julia Ann Charpentier

Scary as well as enlightening, this unique and mesmerizing novel is a page-turner. A forty-year-old man transcends space and time after an accident propels him into the body of his younger self. On a mission to save his sister from a... Read More

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Hunt for the Jews

by Michelle Anne Schingler

In re-examining the myth of the “righteous,” Grabowski unearths disturbing truths about Polish citizens’ complicity in the Holocaust. Jan Grabowski returns with an unflinching study of the Judenjagd, the post-ghetto “hunt for the... Read More

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