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November 2015

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

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El Reino del Terror

by Kristine Morris

Part historical text and part political thriller frightening in its reality, "El Reino del Terror" presents a wealth of information on a tormented era in Latin America’s history. El Reino del Terror: Un caso insólito vivido durante el... Read More

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The Wallenstein Testament

by Gary Presley

"The Wallenstein Testament" has all the ingredients of an enjoyable crime caper—a rapid-paced narrative, a wacky premise, and a quirky protagonist. "The Wallenstein Testament", Carlo Caldana’s San Francisco-set comic crime caper, is... Read More

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Wild Eggs

by Catherine Reed-Thureson

"Wild Eggs" tells the story of Akuluk, a young girl visiting her grandparents in the Arctic north. She is sure that the trip will be boring, but finds that her grandparents have a lot to teach her when she goes to gather wild eggs with... Read More

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Danya

by Susan Waggoner

This historical novel draws on its own sense of time and place to re-create first-century Galilee in vivid detail. The first century of the Common Era springs to vivid life in Anne McGivern’s accomplished and engrossing novel, Danya: A... Read More

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A Time to Act

by Barbara Nickles

This is an intriguing attempt to explore Paul’s many distinct personality traits, as a man at turns masterful, vengeful, proud, hateful, and brilliant. In S. J. Knight’s "A Time to Act", the life of the apostle Paul is chronicled... Read More

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One Man's Purpose

by Maya Fleischmann

This illuminating novel focuses on an academic who struggles to maintain a balance between his work and home lives. One Man’s Purpose is Stephen D. Senturia’s illuminating story of a college professor who must reconcile the... Read More

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