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Edith Wairimu, Book Reviewer

Book Review

Rome by Night

by Edith Wairimu

The death of a showgirl whose escort business could expose corrupt political and social forces drives the mystery novel "Rome by Night". In J. Gennaro Albano’s mystery novel "Rome by Night", powerful forces rush to conceal the... Read More

Book Review

Wild Women and the Blues

by Edith Wairimu

Immersive and exciting, Denny S. Bryce’s novel "Wild Women and the Blues" is set between Chicago’s 1920s jazz scene and a film student’s present. In the 1920s, nineteen-year-old Honoree dances as a chorus girl in a speakeasy.... Read More

Book Review

Stop Drifting

by Edith Wairimu

"Stop Drifting" is an engaging self-help guide that suggests steps for developing positive personal and business mindsets. David R. Ibarra’s concise business guide "Stop Drifting" forwards practical advice for transforming lackluster... Read More

Book Review

The Other Side of the Ocean

by Edith Wairimu

"The Other Side of the Ocean" is a powerful historical novel about surviving the traumas of civil war and the struggles of refugees abroad. Heartrending and hopeful, Beverley Bell’s historical novel "The Other Side of the Ocean" covers... Read More

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