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September 2015

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that were published September 2015.

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The Essential Travis Lane

by Karen Rigby

A sustained voice of unapologetic intellect holds this book of poetry together. "The Essential Travis Lane" features selections from the work of an American-born Canadian poet whose talent has remained—according to fellow poet and... Read More

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Trudeau

by Peter Dabbene

Trudeau’s personality and charisma leap from these pages. Pierre Trudeau made an indelible mark on Canadian history as its longtime prime minister in the 1970s and 80s, and George A. Walker encapsulates the famous statesman’s life in... Read More

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The Mystery of Suffering

by Kristine Morris

The “weight of evil in the world seems overwhelming,” and it’s easy to lose hope in our ability to resist it, wrote Dom Hubert van Zeller (1905-1984), a Benedictine monk, sculptor, and the author of many books on Catholic... Read More

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The Anesthesia Game

by Anna Call

Supernatural forces define this story of illness, addiction, and redemption. Sydney, a teen dying of cancer, receives the support of three women across several lifetimes in "The Anesthesia Game", Rea Nolan Martin’s inspirational... Read More

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A Scottish Year

by Catherine Reed-Thureson

The cultural heritage of Scotland is celebrated in A Scottish Year, a book for children ages 4 to 8 that looks at the life of children in Scotland. The book shares information on celebrations, foods, school, free time activities, and the... Read More

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Play on Words

by Constance Augusta A. Zaber

This ambitious book full of politics, humor, and linguistics will fit nicely between copies of Walden and Catch-22. In Play on Words: A Grand Satire of Commercialization, Mike Harrison twists together a blueprint for a libertarian... Read More

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