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March 1, 2016

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that were published March 1, 2016. You can also view all of the books we've reviewed that were published anytime in March 2016.

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Resting Places

by Meagan Logsdon

Although painted in Christian strokes, the light and hope in "Resting Places" should be refreshing to anyone, regardless of beliefs. Michael C. White’s "Resting Places" is a beautiful depiction of grace in the midst of grief, a modern... Read More

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Listening to the Savage

by Kristen Rabe

Follow the meandering of this river, listen attentively to the poetic silences of this lovely work. The exquisite Listening to the Savage: River Notes and Half-Heard Melodies is a book to be savored. Barbara Hurd offers an evocative,... Read More

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Annabel Lee

by John M. Murray

This is a powerhouse entry in a sparkling new mystery series. The first book of a new series—"Annabel Lee", by Mike Nappa—finds bickering PIs racing to find a child prodigy locked in a bunker with a barely controlled guard dog, and... Read More

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Isles of the Blind

by Michelle Anne Schingler

Every moment of this novel becomes appealing for its thoughtful approaches to the complicated nature of fraternal love. A pitied son rejects low expectations, leading to a deep family rift in Robert Rosenberg’s "Isles of the Blind", a... Read More

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A Well-Made Bed

by Karen Mulvahill

In this compelling story, the characters change, and some grow, through choice and consequence. In "A Well-Made Bed", coauthors Abby Frucht and Laurie Alberts use strong and complex characters and an almost campy plot device to explore... Read More

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The Grass Labyrinth

by Lee Polevoi

Holmes’s gossamer-gentle prose captures the skeins of memory tangled with real life. What’s the breaking point between an artist’s dedication to her craft and a commitment to loving relationships? This probing question is central... Read More

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In the Footsteps of Nonna

by Rachel Jagareski

Passion for his Italian heritage and its food routed Bill Abruzzo out of his lawyer’s suits and into chef’s whites. He has traveled widely and often to the Italian peninsula, retracing the youthful foodcentric vacations he shared... Read More

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