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Maria Siano, Book Reviewer

Book Review

The Purpose Effect

by Maria Siano

This advice is also useful to any employees who are striving to be more mindful about work-related decisions. Advocating corporate social responsibility, The Purpose Effect: Building Meaning in Yourself, Your Role, and Your Organization,... Read More

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Champagne and Cocaine

by Maria Siano

This well-crafted thriller will appeal to fans captivated by noir and the mystique of mob life. In "Champagne and Cocaine", a compelling noir-style suspense by Richard Vetere, Danny Ferraro, an aspiring novelist, is fired from his... Read More

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True Yoga

by Maria Siano

Center yourself with this yogacentric guide to connecting the mind, body, and spirit. "True Yoga", by yoga therapist Jennie Lee, is a motivational call to action to find enduring happiness, even when faced with difficulties. Lee’s... Read More

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The Squad Room

by Maria Siano

A diverse group of cops handle a murder, as well as squad politics, in this engrossing mystery. Based on the experiences of police chiefs John Cutter and Robert Nivakoff, "The Squad Room" is an intriguing murder mystery with a bit of... Read More

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The Passenger

by Maria Siano

A U-boat commander undertakes a daring mission in this wartime novel full of tense action and romantic respite. Set in the early 1940s, just as the United States is entering World War II, this gripping story that traces the decisions of... Read More

Book Review

Civil Rights for Beginners

by Maria Siano

With its engaging graphic novel-style illustrations and comprehensive details, this is an illuminating and balanced introduction to civil rights efforts. "Civil Rights for Beginners", part of the For Beginners series, is a thorough... Read More

Book Review

The Haight

by Maria Siano

This collection of photographs depicts the reality of the Haight in the late 1960s, beyond the mystique and the myth. The Haight: Love, Rock, and Revolution, written by Joel Selvin, showcases the vivid photography of Jim Marshall, who... Read More

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