Foreword Reviews

Mark Laiosa, Book Reviewer

Book Review

J. Fenwick Lansdowne

by Mark Laiosa

Essayists muse about J. Fenwick Lansdowne’s career as a nature artist in this vibrant and intimate look at his life and works. Vibrant images fill this tribute to Canadian avian artist J. Fenwick Lansdowne (1937-2008). Born in Hong... Read More

Book Review

Happiness

by Mark Laiosa

The actionable advice that Smith presents in this part memoir, part guide is bolstered by his clear, vivid writing style. Baby Boomers will find guidance when looking to make sense of their lives in Douglas A. Smith’s autobiographical... Read More

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Wedding Wipeout

by Mark Laiosa

Sprinkled with a healthy dose of Yiddish humor, a cast of quirky characters enlivens this send-up of a whodunit. A spinster bride is found dead the morning after her wedding. Was it natural or murder? Rabbi Kappelmacher is determined,... Read More

Book Review

The Agony of Victory

by Mark Laiosa

Horlick captures the rhythms of small-town college life through well-developed characters and a refreshing plot. "The Agony of Victory" takes a historical occurrence—Rutgers University’s undefeated football season—and portrays a... Read More

Book Review

Fishing for Light

by Mark Laiosa

Science fiction that doesn’t take itself too seriously, "Fishing for Light" is a wildly creative story. Take a science fiction story with multiple subplots, add a love element and a bit of satire on twenty-first-century American life... Read More

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