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Good News for a Change!

by Cari Noga

While directed toward Christians, Good News will resonate with Jews, Muslims and other faiths. In short essays, Crim, a veteran broadcaster who spent nearly twenty years editing and anchoring television news in Detroit, tells readers to... Read More

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You Owe Me

by Cari Noga

There is much to be gained from this book, a guide to recognizing, addressing and growing from the problems inherent in any human relationship. Although jointly authored, Cohen writes in first person. A clinical psychologist in San... Read More

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Herotica 6

by Cari Noga

In her introduction, Sheiner reveals that as this sixth in a series of women’s erotic fiction collections was being planned, she worried it would never be completed. The reason? The theme—not her choice—is sex within committed... Read More

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The Bearded Lady

by Cari Noga

In a back-cover paragraph on Dieguez’s background, readers learn that the first-time novelist does not share her heroine’s hirsute propensity. But Dieguez does seem to weave plenty of her own experiences into her tale of the bearded... Read More

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Girls Like Us

by Cari Noga

A truly impressive cast of women is assembled in this anthology. From well-knowns like former Pakistani prime minister Benazir Bhutto and singer Joan Baez to the obscure, like writer Gish Jen and IBM executive Linda Stanford, these women... Read More

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Here Lies My Heart

by Cari Noga

Defenders of the institution will be relieved; more than half of the twenty essays in Here Lies My Heart muse about why people marry, instead of why they don’t. What most of these essayists say, however, is not likely to encourage... Read More

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How the News Makes Us Dumb

by Cari Noga

First heard a few years ago, the outcry that the U.S. tax code and IRS are beyond fixing has steadily grown louder—and given the general dissatisfaction with the media nowadays, Sommerville’s work on the Fourth Estate could have the... Read More

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