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Chris Henning, Book Reviewer

Book Review

These Can't Be Choices

by Chris Henning

Engaging dialogue propels this story forward and reveals character as well as mystery. Reconciliation, redemption, and reparation are among the motifs Cori Cooper Di Biase threads throughout his debut novel, These Can’t Be Choices, but... Read More

Book Review

Goodnight Nobody

by Chris Henning

These stories are mystifying, mesmerizing, smart, and seductive. This smallish-looking collection might appear to be of little consequence—the entire book is only about 130 pages—but don’t be fooled. Ethel Rohan’s thirty short... Read More

Book Review

The Citizen Patient

by Chris Henning

The problem with health care in America is it’s run by health-care professionals, author says, in book that urges citizens to take control of decisions. In a clarion call to consumers, colleagues, and policymakers, Dr. Nortin Hadler,... Read More

Book Review

The Legend's Daughter

by Chris Henning

Short story collection filled with dynamic prose and genuine characters amid rugged Idaho landscape. In the opening story in this robust collection of ten, “Where I Am … Where I’ve Been,” two buddies on the last night of their... Read More

Book Review

The Thief of Auschwitz

by Chris Henning

There is nothing forgiving in the landscape of "The Thief of Auschwitz", yet Jon Clinch renders a portrait that is at once redemptive and enduring. One might wonder what more could be said about one of the most brutal moments in... Read More

Book Review

Life After Life

by Chris Henning

It’s present-day in the small town of Fulton, North Carolina, but readers get more than just an accounting of day-to-day goings on at the Pine Haven Retirement Center, where Jill McCorkle sets her latest novel; they’re also privy to... Read More

Book Review

Insincerely Yours

by Chris Henning

Which one of us hasn’t imagined writing the “mother” of all letters … the one that makes it to the top of the heap and is not only noticed, but noticed now? Perpetual prankster and author Bernard Radfar goes one... Read More

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