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April 15, 2015

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that were published April 15, 2015. You can also view all of the books we've reviewed that were published anytime in April 2015.

Book Review

Spiritual Telepathy

by Meg Nola

For those who acknowledge the idea of spiritual guidance, Mauro suggests, the world becomes a place of greater breadth and possibility. Colleen Mauro’s Spiritual Telepathy: Ancient Techniques to Access the Wisdom of Your Soul offers a... Read More

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Lincoln's Billy

by Thomas BeVier

Most of the authors who wrote any of the 15,000+ Lincoln books in existence would know immediately the full and proper name of the Billy in the title of this historical novel. He was William Herndon, who was the sixteenth president’s... Read More

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Ki-Asana Zen

by Bobbye Middendorf

Embodying diverse traditions, Turner’s new approach deepens Zen meditation practice in the West. In a compact guide colored with Zen, martial arts, and devotional Bhakti yoga, ordained Christian minister Vernon Kitabu Turner constructs... Read More

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Worthy

by Amanda Silva

Unapologetic and observant, this memoir of family recognizes the difficulties of balancing expectations and disappointments. In "Worthy", Denice Turner explores her family’s history and the legacy that haunts the relationships within,... Read More

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On the Clock

by Rich Rezler

Wilner and Rappoport use coverage of the 2014 season as a jumping-off point to provide a thorough history of the NFL draft. The days of baseball claiming to be “America’s pastime” are long over—a title clearly wrested away by... Read More

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Rambles into Sacred Realms

by Jeff Fleischer

The variety of artistic media Krishnan chose to depict his ventures around the globe shine light on his talent and on the world’s cultural and ecological diversity. Many of the world’s architectural wonders began as sacred sites, and... Read More

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Re-Collecting Black Hawk

by J. G. Stinson

This book provides the stark contrast between names and actual historical events in cases where one version of history is promoted over another. "Re-Collecting Black Hawk" puts forth a provocative and thorough examination of how a... Read More

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