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November 2016

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that were published November 2016.

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A Closer Look at Islam

by Kristine Morris

Syed B. Ali’s book makes a logical, timely, and relevant case for Islam. Can a whole religion be blamed for the actions of some of its followers? Syed B. Ali’s "A Closer Look at Islam" seeks to provide a clearer look at the Islamic... Read More

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Web to Success

by Barry Silverstein

"Web to Success" presents a broad overview of basic self-improvement concepts in a single volume. Jo Bird’s "Web to Success" offers a serviceable summary of the most common success factors. In her introduction, Bird says she realized... Read More

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Achaladair

by Paige Van De Winkle

This amiable action novel offers juicy romance in the breathtaking and rough Scottish countryside. William S. Young’s "Achaladair" is a jovial action novel about government agents defending the United Kingdom against the militant Irish... Read More

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Arise Pendragon

by Angela McQuay

This is a tale of swashbuckling derring-do and challenges aplenty for one of the most famous kings in history. Battles galore and travels through war-torn regions dominate Leon Mintz’s "Arise Pendragon", a novel that provides insight... Read More

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Free to Fly

by Amanda Adams

With its successful and balanced approach to human connection and spirituality, "Free to Fly" is compelling. "Free to Fly" by Jean Bisbey is a thought-provoking exploration of the deep philosophical questions that all people face, as... Read More

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Collect Value Divest

by Diane Prokop

Stewart’s guide to collecting is entertaining and informative, making it ideal for anyone who wants to understand the objects that surround them. In Collect Value Divest: The Savvy Appraiser, Elizabeth Stewart shares some of the... Read More

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Tonoharu

by Peter Dabbene

Lars Martinson closes his stark tale about isolation and the foreign experience in Tonoharu: Part Three. "Tonoharu", the Japanese town where central character Dan Wells teaches English, is the setting for Dan and his supporting cast of... Read More

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