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February 15, 2014

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that were published February 15, 2014. You can also view all of the books we've reviewed that were published anytime in February 2014.

Book Review

The Travelers

by Michelle Anne Schingler

Meditations on introspection and bravery prove thoughtful in this mysterious, eloquent novel. The debut novel from Keith Wayne McCoy, The Travelers, is an involving tale of personal redemption set against a backdrop of supernatural... Read More

Book Review

Outsmart Waste

by Barry Silverstein

This fascinating assessment of our waste-based way of life equips us with knowledge on what to do about it. Tom Szaky’s "Outsmart Waste" is a very smart book about a dirty topic. As founder of TerraCycle, a company that devised a... Read More

Book Review

I Have Not Answered

by Peter Dabbene

Ghostly and symbolic, the Scottish island setting gives this supernatural tale authenticity. The Shetland Islands of Scotland are remote and relatively isolated—the perfect setting for Adam Grydehøj’s novel of the supernatural, "I... Read More

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Burp Gun Bandit

by Gary Presley

Robinson has a talent for natural-sounding dialogue in this humorous crime caper. Careless isn’t exactly an ideal name for a private detective, but when the sleuth has Dudley the hound as a sidekick, it’s certain that crime-solving... Read More

Book Review

Killer Within

by Julia Ann Charpentier

A masterful storyteller with an eye for eccentric detail, Gunhus knows how to prolong the tension. An elusive serial killer meets a savvy FBI agent in this horrific story of derangement and madness. Jeff Gunhus delves into the inner... Read More

Book Review

Bad Blood

by Nancy Walker

"Bad Blood" is a fun, old-style whodunit to engage amateur sleuths. If Nancy Drew and Sam Spade had spawned a child, it would be Alexis J. (Lexie) Smith, a smart-cookie private eye with attitude whose “discreet inquiries” quickly... Read More

Book Review

Six Spices

by Sara Budzik

Easy to follow and impressively authentic, "Six Spices" has distilled a challenging cuisine into something accessible to everyone. Making Indian food can be confusing for home cooks who are not used to the techniques and spices unique to... Read More

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