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September 1, 2017

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that were published September 1, 2017. You can also view all of the books we've reviewed that were published anytime in September 2017.

Book Review

Hiding in America

by Billie Rae Bates

Mekhaeil is on a journey of self-discovery more than on a run from terrorists, and even more than that, he’s on a journey to the truth of the nature of God. Egyptian teenager and Coptic Christian Mekhaeil Zacharias gets a full dose of... Read More

Book Review

Full Breach

by John M. Murray

Brennan’s journey out of drug addiction is equal parts wondrous and believable. An addict, a cult, and supernatural powers make N. Lawrence Mann’s "Full Breach" addictively thrilling. Through an ex-girlfriend, Brennan Reynolds... Read More

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Legends of the Grail

by Tia Smith

A unique, colorful take on Celtic myths, "Legends of the Grail" is a work of both self-exploration and religious discovery. Ayn Cates Sullivan’s "Legends of the Grail" is an in-depth, spiritual exploration of Celtic folklore and the... Read More

Book Review

Masked

by Katerie Prior

"Masked" provides a thoughtful road map out of unhealthy relationships. Therapist Cherry D. Weber has seen patients mask who they are in order to survive abusive relationships, and in her latest book, "Masked", she provides insight on... Read More

Book Review

Wilderhall

by Gary Henry

"Wilderhall" uses drama and show business as stages for a well-crafted, character-driven mystery. Secrets planted long ago bear tragic fruit for a thespian family in Jeanne Farewell’s entertaining, character-driven mystery,... Read More

Book Review

Maximum Volume

by Rachel Jagareski

"Maximum Volume" has enormous appeal for Beatles fans, record collectors, social historians, music wonks, and indeed, anyone with ears. Kenneth Womack’s "Maximum Volume" is a lively and engaging biography of Beatles producer George... Read More

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Little Gold

by Hannah Hohman

"Little Gold" is a step back in time, into a rich world with complex characters. Thick with British vernacular and a youthful voice, "Little Gold"’s tone immediately transports readers to Brighton, 1982. With its strong writing, it is... Read More

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