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September 8, 2015

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that were published September 8, 2015. You can also view all of the books we've reviewed that were published anytime in September 2015.

Book Review

The Body Snatcher

by Pallas Gates McCorquodale

Gritty and raw, Patrícia Melo’s "The Body Snatcher" pushes the limits of acceptable behavior as one man’s impulsive action leads to a chain of events that quickly spirals out of control. When a small private plane falls out of the... Read More

Book Review

Prelude to Genocide

by Tracy Fischer

The loyalty of family, the gritty realities of life in times of turmoil, distrust and aching misunderstanding are all underlying themes of this engrossing read. In her powerful work of social history, Prelude to Genocide: Incident in... Read More

Book Review

Witness

by Michelle Anne Schingler

"Witness" is a moving project, serving as both a memorial to those lost and a charge to not let such events repeat themselves. "Witness" integrates photographs and survivor testimonies into an exploration of the Holocaust in its... Read More

Book Review

All-Day Breakfast

by Gary Presley

These zombies crave bacon, not brains, in a humorous adventure ripe with keen social observations. Adam Lewis Schroeder’s latest, "All-Day Breakfast", latches onto the modern zombie fascination and spins a sardonically humorous... Read More

Book Review

Honey from the Lion

by Jeff Fleischer

Well-drawn characters and a rich prose style make this a strong historical debut. With his debut novel, "Honey from the Lion", Matthew Neill Null crafts a rich narrative about a team of timber workers who plan a violent general strike... Read More

Book Review

Mae and the Moon

by Aimee Jodoin

Mae loves playing hide-and-seek with the moon each night, but she becomes worried when she notices it is waning away into darkness. The endearing young astronomer embarks on a mission to find her luminous friend, and the ease of... Read More

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The Lost Heiress

by Julia Ann Charpentier

A missing heiress raised in Monaco travels to Yorkshire, England, to claim her legacy in this Edwardian novel. Roseanna M. White presents a common historical situation in "The Lost Heiress", infusing the plot with vigor through the use... Read More

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