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Edith Wairimu, Book Reviewer

Book Review

Blessed Are the Poor in Spirit

by Edith Wairimu

"Blessed Are the Poor in Spirit" is a broad Christian work that lists the beliefs and actions that define those who are humble in their faith. John Henry Manigo’s expansive Christian text "Blessed Are the Poor in Spirit" expounds on... Read More

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The House on the Rock

by Edith Wairimu

With coverage ranging from theological concepts to various prayers, "The House on the Rock" is a comprehensive introduction to Christian practice. H. K. Chapman’s "The House on the Rock" is a Christian text concerning the fundamentals... Read More

Book Review

The Long-Lost Jules

by Edith Wairimu

"The Long-Lost Jules" is an absorbing mystery novel centered on a lost royal descendant and contemporary money laundering schemes. A determined professor searches for a Tudor descendant in Jane Elizabeth Hughes’s complex mystery novel,... Read More

Book Review

The Unbroken

by Edith Wairimu

The firefighter’s memoir "The Unbroken" is about growing from childhood trauma toward a career in public service. Steve Serbic’s centered memoir "The Unbroken" is about confronting a traumatic past while pursuing the dream of... Read More

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Blind Ambition

by Edith Wairimu

A mother’s sudden death leads to the uncovering of shocking family secrets in Lutishia Lovely’s intriguing novel "Blind Ambition". Drained from a grueling divorce and wanting to change things for herself and her son, Chantel moves... Read More

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