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April 2021

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that were published April 2021.

Book Review

Investing Essentials

by Edith Wairimu

The enthusiastic beginners’ guide "Investing Essentials" examines different investment methodologies with clarity. Drawing on personal principles, Robert S. Olsen’s business guidebook "Investing Essentials" explains the fundamentals... Read More

Book Review

Plan 103f

by Edith Wairimu

"Plan 103f" is a ranging Christian novel in which seven friends pursue their differing dreams. A compelling friendship develops between seven different people based in North Yorkshire in Jamie Kershaw’s Christian novel Plan 103f. Two... Read More

Book Review

Cari Moses

by Claire Foster

"Cari Moses" is an intricate, winding thriller in which the lives of a community of strangers reveal a primal desire. Judith Tyler Hills’s novel "Cari Moses" is an ensemble psychological thriller set in rural England. In the... Read More

Book Review

Battle Carried

by Jeremiah Rood

"Battle Carried" is a coffee table book that’s flush with beautiful images; it tells the stories behind Japanese WWII tiger flags. Michael A. Bortner’s fascinating history text "Battle Carried" covers the Japanese tiger art flags... Read More

Book Review

Lethal Control

by Delia Stanley

"Lethal Control" is a physician-led mystery with a strong social message. In Kate Scannell’s mystery novel "Lethal Control", doctors investigating strange symptoms unravel a capitalist conspiracy. Nora is a physician who’s seen wild... Read More

Book Review

Stars in Our Eyes

by Karen Rigby

"Stars in Our Eyes" is an eloquent memoir about family lives that were separated by violence. Lee Darby’s memoir "Stars in Our Eyes" is kaleidoscopic as it traces her midcentury childhood and her experiences of grief. Inspired by... Read More

Book Review

Songs for Solo Voice

by Camille-Yvette Welsch

The lush poems of "Songs for Solo Voice" narrate a recovery from a relationship that ended in a painful manner. James R. Whitley’s poetry collection "Songs for Solo Voice" concerns a broken relationship, which is addressed from the... Read More

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