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Reflections on Mortality

by Thomas H. Brennan

"Reflections on Mortality" is a noteworthy addition to the literature about death and dying. Some books, as Francis Bacon remarked, should be chewed and digested. "Reflections on Mortality", a series of nineteen essays edited by Robert... Read More

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Non Semper Fidelis

by Thomas H. Brennan

With intriguing looks at military loyalty, "Non Semper Fidelis" takes a thoughtful look at American marines. Sam Foster’s "Non Semper Fidelis" skillfully examines the inner workings of a Marine Corps base, Quantico, during an uneasy... Read More

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The Third Swimmer

by Thomas H. Brennan

"The Third Swimmer" is an engaging novel and a welcome addition to the literature of understanding the destruction of war. Rosalind Brackenbury’s "The Third Swimmer" is an intricate, well-crafted gem of a tale. The first part finds two... Read More

Book Review

Thank You, Teacher

by Thomas H. Brennan

Teachers will love these letters for they way that they vividly validate the hard work they do in the classroom. "Thank You, Teacher" is a collection of delightful letters expressing gratitude to educators, compiled and edited by Holly... Read More

Book Review

The Great Spring

by Thomas H. Brennan

A writing guru offers meditative reflections on her working life in this personable collection of vignettes. In her collection of essays The Great Spring, Natalie Goldberg writes with honesty and intensity about her life and how it has... Read More

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