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September 25, 2018

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that were published September 25, 2018. You can also view all of the books we've reviewed that were published anytime in September 2018.

Book Review

The Fierce Winds of Freedom

by John M. Murray

"The Fierce Winds of Freedom" is a light but rewarding historical novel, brought to life by the wild optimism of its pioneering characters. A ship populated by endearing characters with lively stories heads for America in J. M. Long’s... Read More

Book Review

The Heart of War

by Laura Leavitt

"The Heart of War" by national policy veteran Kathleen McInnis is part office drama, part foible-filled romp through the US’s military bureaucracy. When Dr. Heather Reilly arrives at the Pentagon to work as an academic fellow, she... Read More

Book Review

The Quelling

by Linda Thorlakson

The rush of a whodunit pales next to Barbara Barrow’s what’ve-they-done-and-why, "The Quelling". The novel instantly achieves page-turner status through vexing questions. Why are two youngsters being raised by television nature... Read More

Book Review

Girl Town

by Mya Alexice

Carolyn Nowak’s "Girl Town" is an intriguing, masterful celebration of girls and girlhood that honors young women of every shape, color, and identity with spellbinding, vivid art. Five self-contained comics utilize Nowak’s charming,... Read More

Book Review

A Year of Living Kindly

by Drema Drudge

Proposing ways to make life better for everyone, one kind act at a time, "A Year of Living Kindly" is an optimistic self-help work. Donna Cameron’s self-help book "A Year of Living Kindly" is filled with sage advice on living a kinder... Read More

Book Review

Liar Liar

by Meredith Grahl Counts

In "Liar Liar", a high-profile California rape trial seems a little suspicious. Nancy Boyarsky’s tough and likable protagonist Nicole Graves thinks so, too. It’s Nicole’s assignment to protect a college student who has accused a... Read More

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