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March 8, 2016

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that were published March 8, 2016. You can also view all of the books we've reviewed that were published anytime in March 2016.

Book Review

We Love You, Charlie Freeman

by Michelle Anne Schingler

How do we communicate the ideas and hopes that mean the most to us—and at what risk? That question recurs throughout Kaitlyn Greenidge’s debut novel, We Love You, Charlie Freeman. The novel focuses on the Freeman family, tapped to... Read More

Book Review

The Bad Mother

by Kristine Morris

In this award-winning fictionalized autobiography, eighty-nine-year-old writer and educator Marguerite Andersen shares her struggles with the choices she made when love for her children came into conflict with her longing for freedom,... Read More

Book Review

The Farmette Cookbook

by Rachel Jagareski

Omnivores are not left out of the new crop of cookbooks, and the focus in Farmette is on growing or buying the best quality ingredients from local sources. Author Imen McDonnell was a confirmed American urbanite before meeting her future... Read More

Book Review

The Dark of the Island

by Gary Presley

Greed, regret, deceit, and betrayals drive the mystery, but Gerard’s literary, often emotionally charged, writing make this a worthwhile read. In "The Dark of the Island", Philip Gerard follows a man drifting through life as he... Read More

Book Review

The Window Washer

by Jill Allen

This mystery and thriller charts new territory by examining shades of evil and whether ends always justify means. After his wife and son die in a suspicious fire, Nick takes a job as a high-rise window washer and building maintenance... Read More