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An Absent Mind

by Nancy Walker

Rill’s brilliant novel about Alzheimer’s is so well-crafted, the fully-human characters seem real. In his brilliant third novel, "An Absent Mind", Eric Rill chronicles the devastating decline of a man with Alzheimer’s and how each... Read More

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Bad Blood

by Nancy Walker

"Bad Blood" is a fun, old-style whodunit to engage amateur sleuths. If Nancy Drew and Sam Spade had spawned a child, it would be Alexis J. (Lexie) Smith, a smart-cookie private eye with attitude whose “discreet inquiries” quickly... Read More

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Monument Road

by Nancy Walker

A skillful braiding of subplots and flashbacks spins the yarn of an aging cowboy on an existential journey. Charlie Quimby’s "Monument Road" is a modern-day Western saga not to be missed. It spins the yarn of Len Self, an aging cowboy... Read More

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Byron's Lane

by Nancy Walker

The plot of Byron’s Lane unfolds like a spring fern—one frond at a time; it is a story of intrigue to be savored slowly. Wallace Rogers’s splendid novel, Byron’s Lane, defies easy description. It is a tale of mystery and intrigue... Read More

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The Gift

by Nancy Walker

An invaluable guide to help teachers and parents work effectively and successfully with even the most-challenging students. The Gift: How My Horse Taught Me to Teach the Toughest Children is a little gem of an instructional manual that... Read More

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Academic Enhancement Tools

by Nancy Walker

Educator lays a path for education as a means of finding a career. Parents should serve as the “power source” for student success, claims Academic Enhancement Tools: Power in Family Relationships Builds Student Academic Success, a... Read More

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