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Barbara Bamberger Scott, Book Reviewer

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A Heart Blown Open

by Barbara Bamberger Scott

“Kelly came back to the question again and again: what did it mean to be an American Zen Roshi nearing the twenty-first century?” If Denis Kelly’s life was made into a novel, no one would believe it, so the truth, told here as... Read More

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My Autism

by Barbara Bamberger Scott

Colette Evangelista is the mother of two boys; one has autism, and the family’s experience is the focus of this charming book written for children of pre-school age to a few years older. The book’s central character has autism and... Read More

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Karam's Kismet

by Barbara Bamberger Scott

Karam Pardesi is “the reluctant Midas; it seemed that everything he touched turned to gold.” In this historical novel of a young man whose fortunes change as the world changes, Sohan S. Koonar has created a sensual India and a... Read More

Book Review

Sister Of Silence

by Barbara Bamberger Scott

Writing Sister of Silence could not have been easy for award-winning investigative journalist Daleen Berry because in this case, she is the subject. Berry reveals her dark secret—a history of being sexually abused—with clarity and... Read More

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