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Shelley Mae Hazen, Book Reviewer

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Music Lessons

by Shelley Mae Hazen

A small Tennessee town comes to life through the vivid details of a family with high ambitions for their youngest girl. You should never forget where you’ve come from—that’s the central message of Frances Walker’s "Music... Read More

Book Review

American Neolithic

by Shelley Mae Hazen

A Neanderthal’s true nature threatens to tumble a pervasive and ignorant belief system and the powerful structure orchestrated to keep it together. "American Neolithic" is a strange tale, one that places a mirror before humankind so it... Read More

Book Review

The Smart Girl

by Shelley Mae Hazen

This humorous, bouncy send-up of British politics and journalism is consistent and clever. Sally Jane Smart is a celebrity-worshipping Brit whose job as a journalist gets her caught up in strange, sordid political circles, and she... Read More

Book Review

Tribulation

by Shelley Mae Hazen

Set in the near future, this intellectually stimulating take on the end of civilization is made more chilling by how easily it could all happen. Smartly written and exhaustively researched, Thomas A. Lewis’s Tribulation: A Novel of the... Read More

Book Review

Lack of Ambition

by Shelley Mae Hazen

This novel’s staccato storytelling keeps the reader in suspense and wondering how the parallel plotlines will reveal the motivations of the story’s troubled leading man. "Lack of Ambition" is the tale of an everyman who refuses to... Read More

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