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July 11, 2017

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that were published July 11, 2017. You can also view all of the books we've reviewed that were published anytime in July 2017.

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In Vino Duplicitas

by Joseph S. Pete

Wine aficionados and teetotalers alike would savor the well-reported true crime tale where FBI stands for Fake Bottle Investigators. Peter Hellman’s "In Vino Duplicitas" is a heady, intoxicating book that shines a light on the esoteric... Read More

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The Last Palestinian

by Karl Helicher

Rumley and Tibon make the complexities of the Middle East accessible for those who have little background within this political cauldron. Grant Rumley, a research fellow at the Foundation for Defense of Democracies, and Amir Tibon, an... Read More

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Empire of Glass

by Karen Rigby

"Empire of Glass" is a study in contrasts and a provocative labyrinth. "Empire of Glass" is the visceral tale of an American exchange student, Lao K, who is entrusted with her Chinese host mother Li-Ming’s notebook after her death. Lao... Read More

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The Velveteen Daughter

by Letitia Montgomery-Rodgers

“You become. It takes a long time. That’s why it doesn’t happen often to people who break easily, or have sharp edges, or who have to be carefully kept,” explains the Skin Horse in the children’s story The Velveteen Rabbit.... Read More

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L.A. Mexicano

by Rachel Jagareski

It’s a zig-zag journey with author Bill Esparza, redolent of chiles, citrus, and freshly made tortillas, to sample the dazzling varieties of Mexican-American cooking through sprawling Los Angeles. Forty profiles of cooks and artisan... Read More

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Found Audio

by Shana Creaney

"Found Audio" is a philosophical exploration of humanity, ambition, and the quest for knowledge that exists within us all. "Found Audio", by N.J. Campbell, is a novel comprising a series of letters and transcriptions, forcing a state of... Read More

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by Michelle Anne Schingler

"Hollow" is a work with an animate, vibrant, and awe-inducing core, in which untroubled faith is revealed to be a frequent foil. While Owen Egerton’s "Hollow" begins with a creed—ex-professor Oliver’s declaration that he believes... Read More

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