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March 7, 2017

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that were published March 7, 2017. You can also view all of the books we've reviewed that were published anytime in March 2017.

Book Review

Ode to My Autumn

by Philip J. Kowalski

"Ode to My Autumn" contains dexterous, challenging, clever poems that are simply a joy to read. Victor Altshul’s "Ode to My Autumn" is a collection of traditional poems with a great contemporary American poetic twist. The most... Read More

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Trophic Cascade

by Matt Sutherland

Tension. Simmering. —Beneath her matter-of-fact, easy-going, sit-yourself-down, let-me-tell-it-like-it-is chatifying. And her power we take deadly seriously. Camille T. Dungy is a Fort Collins, Colorado, essayist and author of three... Read More

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By Other Means

by Brittney Decker

In this dynamic tale that is energized by dry humor and wit, no one can be trusted and nothing is ever what it seems. Joel Sacks’s political thriller "By Other Means" follows a fierce young woman into a dangerous realm of espionage.... Read More

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The Mysterion Dynasty

by Andrea Hammer

This book reflects one man’s determination to share his insights about the way the mind works. "The Mysterion Dynasty" by Roger Wells is an ambitious attempt to understand and explain the mind. Topics are explored in self-described... Read More

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by Pallas Gates McCorquodale

Chronicling the true story of one man’s quest to revive a stream rumored to have run through the prairies of Iowa, Jacqueline Briggs Martin relates the trials and triumphs in "Creekfinding", a return to nature that proves that “a... Read More

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Bad Guys, Bullets, and Boat Chases

by Matt Sutherland

Gator poachers, timber thieves, illegal dumpers, and other backwoods bad guys may not end up on the America’s Most Wanted list, but they cause inestimable damage to the environment. Surprisingly, they also pose grave danger to wildlife... Read More

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