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November 2013

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

Book Review

Reflections

by Michelle Anne Schingler

Working thoughtfully toward a theory of human unity that stands to enrich many religious paths, this book is eloquent and convincing. Dougall A. S. Smith presents a posthumous collection of elegant essays on epistemology, aesthetics, and... Read More

Book Review

Cycles

by Pallas Gates McCorquodale

"Cycles", a mature romance with substance, is tragedy with a silver lining at its finest. In keeping with the grand tradition of bittersweet affairs and tragic liaisons so prevalent in Russian literature, Rita Kinsky spins a tale of... Read More

Book Review

False Flag

by Jill Allen

Cold War Paris is the perfect setting for the intriguing characters who populate this must-read thriller for spy-novel lovers. Russian author Boris Ilyin’s espionage thriller, "False Flag", is a fresh take on the spy novel, deftly... Read More

Book Review

Skyscrapers

by Michelle Anne Schingler

Skyscrapers is a satisfying, and often surprising, work of crime fiction. Jill Wilson Brennan’s novel, "Skyscrapers", is a fast-paced tale of corporate intrigue that weaves complicated family dynamics and social commentary into its... Read More

Book Review

Quicksand

by Jessica S. Council

The detailed setting of this historical romance creates the atmosphere of a Victorian novel. Quicksand: A Family Foundation, by Victoria Thomas, is a story of love, marriage, and family in mid-to-late 1800s France. With close... Read More

Book Review

The Album

by Kaavonia Hinton

Eva’s life story and Susan’s attempt to make sense of it are insightfully pieced together to create a unique tale of the mother-daughter relationship. "The Album" is an intriguing account of how Susan Knapp discovered the complex and... Read More

Book Review

Strangers in Our Midst

by Pallas Gates McCorquodale

Well-written and intriguing historical accounts make it easy to forget this is a work of science fiction. A string of infamous unsolved mysteries is given new life in J. R. Galbraith’s intergalactic novel, "Strangers in Our Midst".... Read More

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