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June 10, 2014

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that were published June 10, 2014. You can also view all of the books we've reviewed that were published anytime in June 2014.

Book Review

Tequila Sunset

by Karen Mulvahill

The Texas-Mexico border makes for a thrilling, violent setting for this gritty novel of drug cartels, police dedication, and family. If you live in the American Southwest, newspapers assault you with drug-war statistics. In other parts... Read More

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Animal Wisdom

by Margaret Cullison

Valuable information about improving human attitudes toward animals is presented in a friendly memoir style. Veterinarian and life-long animal lover Linda Bender describes her experiences communicating nonverbally with animals in "Animal... Read More

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Gifts from the Enemy

by Aimee Jodoin

Based on the experiences of Holocaust survivor Alter Wiener, "Gifts from the Enemy" tells of the Jewish teenager who receives a remarkable gift from a German woman that not only comforts him but saves his life. Contemplative, gentle, and... Read More

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Jam Today Too

by Matt Sutherland

If you’re looking for a good reason why Tod Davies is an acclaimed cookbook author, look no further than page 60 of "Jam Today Too", her latest book, where, in her typical style, she explains what she did with the day old hunk of... Read More

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Shrink Thyself

by Gary Presley

This full-on satire gives voice to wry observations about baby boomer life, nicely linking theme to character. In "Shrink Thyself", a character study masquerading as black humor, author Bill Scheft tosses enough troubles in Charlie... Read More

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Dukkha Unloaded

by Jason Henninger

"Dukkha Unloaded" is a gripping martial-arts, detective story about fighting enemies inside and out. Despite the Hollywood stereotype of trigger-happy cops, the truth is most men and women in law enforcement seldom draw a gun and even... Read More

Book Review

The Mother Court

by John Senger

History and critique converge in a thorough analysis of this New York court. The Mother Court: Tales of Cases That Mattered in America’s Greatest Trial Court, by James D. Zirin, is a well written and adeptly researched overview of the... Read More

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