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March 1, 2022

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that were published March 1, 2022. You can also view all of the books we've reviewed that were published anytime in March 2022.

Book Review

Legacy of Lies

by Joseph S. Pete

Genetic testing and family secrets upend a blogger’s life in the twisting mystery novel "Legacy of Lies". In Lexa M. Mack’s whodunit novel "Legacy of Lies", a murder mystery pairs with a shrouded family history. In San Francisco,... Read More

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Malkah’s Notebook

by Michelle Anne Schingler

Musing through a space that’s somewhere between an illuminated, psalmic narrative poem and a graphic novel attuned to the soul, "Malkah’s Notebook" is an intimate trip through Jewish mysticism and feminist theology. Malkah’s father... Read More

Book Review

Animal Bodies

by Dontaná McPherson-Joseph

Death and desire take many forms in Suzanne Roberts’s essay collection "Animal Bodies". Across three sections, two concepts rise to the fore: grief and discovery. In the immediate sense, the first section is about death, specifically... Read More

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The Enlightenment Project

by John M. Murray

In Lynn Hightower’s supernatural thriller "The Enlightenment Project", a preeminent neurosurgeon who is researching the effects of spirituality on the brain opens a door to dark forces. Noah earned acclaim for his record of successful... Read More

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by Vivian Turnbull

In Jennie K. Brown’s novel "Scrumptious", a charming, talented middle school student enters a cooking competition. Petunia loves cooking more than anything. It’s a passion that was instilled in her by now-departed Grammy Joanne. So... Read More

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It's So Difficult

by Michelle Anne Schingler

Capturing anxiety via illustrative spreads that move from claustrophobic blurs to stark, dizzy sketches, this sympathetic picture book walks children through a typical day for a boy who’s afflicted by dread. Even making it outside is a... Read More

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