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September 10, 2013

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that were published September 10, 2013. You can also view all of the books we've reviewed that were published anytime in September 2013.

Book Review

Forever Cash

by Barry Silverstein

Follow the clear steps in this detailed guide, and use your passion to find financial security for the rest of your life. Many people who were negatively affected by the recent economic downturn have yet to recover. With a focus on... Read More

Book Review

Their Fate Is Our Fate

by Michelle Anne Schingler

Doherty emphasizes the delicate and interdependent nature of ecosystems; as the birds go, so do we. An outwardly esoteric project from Nobel Prize-winning immunologist Peter Doherty, "Their Fate Is Our Fate" employs authorial charm and... Read More

Book Review

Choosing Sides

by Margaret Cullison

Salads, veggies, breads, oh my! The sheer variety of sides presented in this eye-catching cookbook will have home chefs scrambling to the kitchen. Tara Mataraza Desmond’s dedication to an eclectic mix of side dishes, along with a... Read More

Book Review

Blackmoore

by Patricia Morrow

Admirers of Austen, Gaskell, and the Brontë sisters will enjoy this light tale of romance set in the early nineteenth century. The heroine, Kate Worthington, appears to be dead­set against marrying. She has set her sights instead on an... Read More

Book Review

Believing

by Christine Canfield

Why do humans hold beliefs that defy the facts? It’s all brain biology. It all began with a woman who believed she was not her parents’ biological child. All evidence pointed to her being their child, and her belief did not alter her... Read More

Book Review

The Governor's Lady

by Jacquelyn Lazo

Master of dialogue, Robert Inman’s new novel is insightful, engaging, and swiftly paced. Robert Inman’s most recent book, The Governor’s Lady, delves into the dynamic political arena. It moves at a rapid, intoxicating pace. As a... Read More

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