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September 5, 2017

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that were published September 5, 2017. You can also view all of the books we've reviewed that were published anytime in September 2017.

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Stolen Words

by Pallas Gates McCorquodale

Saddened that he cannot recall any words in his native Cree language to share with his curious granddaughter, "Stolen Words", from Melanie Florence, is one man’s emotional tale of strength, hope, and healing, shedding light on the... Read More

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Poppies of Iraq

by Peter Dabbene

Brigitte Findakly, along with her husband, cartoonist Lewis Trondheim, provides perspective on the history of Iraq through her graphic memoir, "Poppies of Iraq". Findakly grew up in Iraq. Her book begins with a memory of visiting the... Read More

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Grand Canyon For Sale

by Anna Call

Evocative and passionate, this examination of invasive species, climate change, and public land use will appeal to both politically minded outdoors enthusiasts and members of the ranching community. Grand Canyon for Sale endeavors to... Read More

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Chasing Red

by Claire Foster

Is there anything better than an odd couple? "Chasing Red", a hot new romance by Canadian author Isabelle Ronin, throws together two unlikely people and lets their passion develop at a tantalizing pace. This vivacious novel is a fun,... Read More

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Love Remains

by Claire Foster

Sarah M. Eden’s "Love Remains" is a charming historical romance in the Hope Springs series. It brings together a blind teacher and an Irish berry farmer in Wyoming Territory, in 1871. Tavish O’Connor and Cecily Attwater aren’t... Read More

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by Barry Silverstein

Brian Blum, a technology journalist, characterizes the Israeli company Better Place as “perhaps the most spectacularly failed technology startup of the 21st century” in his novel-like business story, "Totaled". Blum tells the tale of... Read More

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by Aimee Jodoin

From fishermen-crowded bars to Inuit heritage, Nancy Lord brings alive her Alaskan setting. The lives of a group of scientists—and one artist—are altered by an oceanography research trip in Nancy Lord’s insightful novel, "pH".... Read More

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