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November 1, 2014

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that were published November 1, 2014. You can also view all of the books we've reviewed that were published anytime in November 2014.

Book Review

The Life Chest: China

by Karen Rigby

A pervasive theme of learning from the past makes this book an entertaining journey through the lives of ordinary men and women. Kim Yost’s The Life Chest is a historical novel and an imaginative extension of the author’s... Read More

Book Review

Pilgrim

by Margaret Fedder

Spare yet never lacking, these breathless poems capture the beauty of the simple and the sacred. Holly Wren Spaulding’s "Pilgrim" is as nourishing as breath. The importance of each line, each word, is equal to that of the spaces in... Read More

Book Review

Uncle John's Weird Weird World

by Matt Sutherland

If you’re on a need-to-know basis with the truth at its wackiest, if your idea of pleasure reading includes bizarre diseases, dumb crooks, and who holds the record for the longest shower, if you’re dying to know the history of lava... Read More

Book Review

Wild Gourmet

by Jason Henninger

Seasoned hunters looking to expand their kitchen repertoire will certainly be pointed in the right direction with this comprehensive guide. For the true gourmet, nothing beats the freshest cuts of meat, especially when it is free-range... Read More

Book Review

Porter Searches for Santa

by Aimee Jodoin

Living at the South Pole, Porter the penguin has never heard of Santa Claus. When he receives a letter addressed to Santa, the curious bird ventures with his friend Franklin to learn the identity of the gift-giving man. The unique photos... Read More

Book Review

Her Own Vietnam

by Julia Jenkins

A woman’s story of wartime PTSD gathers complex characters to shed light on a little-discussed point of view. "Her Own Vietnam", by Lynn Kanter, is the story of Della Brown, who served as an army nurse in Vietnam but only begins to... Read More

Book Review

The Impostor

by Jill Allen

Right to die and other medical issues are tackled in this well-developed tale told from health-care workers’ point of view. Pamela Triolo’s second novel about nurses could easily be ripped from the headlines. The Imposter tackles... Read More

Book Review

Blame

by Jeff Fleischer

This legal thriller knows its way around a courtroom as it weaves a tale of crime and responsibility. Linda Rocker’s novel "Blame" focuses on a court case in Florida and features a menagerie of characters all connected to one another... Read More

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