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June 2019

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that were published June 2019.

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A Limey at Gettysburg

by Mari Carlson

"A Limey at Gettysburg" is a sweet historical story told against the backdrop of an agonizing war. In Eric Dennison and Robert Mitchell’s historical novel, "A Limey at Gettysburg", a carefree Brit with a weakness for women finds... Read More

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General in Command

by Benjamin Welton

"General in Command" is a fascinating biography of an overlooked but great American soldier. Michael M. Van Ness’s "General in Command" is a fantastic biography of one of World War II’s less familiar, but brilliant, leaders. The man... Read More

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Drain the Marsh

by Eileen Gonzalez

"Drain the Marsh" mixes historical and current events with healthy dollops of fantasy for a modern and timely political satire. A playwright and a demagogue stumble along their chosen career paths in Catherine Baird’s historical comedy... Read More

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The Tome of Ding

by Joseph S. Pete

"The Tome of Ding" is an entertaining account of an interesting life. Terence Dingwall’s wry memoir "The Tome of Ding" collects amusing tales of globe-hopping and tinkering with vehicles. Covering Dingwall’s father’s World War II... Read More

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Humans

by Danielle Ballantyne

In "Humans", a diverse group of teenagers are thrown into a post-apocalyptic world of mystery and intrigue. Alexandra L. Yates’s young adult novel "Humans" features a perilous post-apocalyptic world and a bold band of teenagers... Read More

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One Nurse Universe

by Lisa Alexia

"One Nurse Universe" is a wise, entertaining nurse’s memoir that reflects on changes in health care over the past fifty years. In Susan Turnage’s graphic and humorous memoir "One Nurse Universe", a lifetime of vignettes arc through... Read More

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