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Wendy Hinman, Book Reviewer

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Midnight's Borders

by Wendy Hinman

Suchitra Vijayan’s complex history Midnight’s Borders shows how India’s policies have fueled border conflicts, with devastating effects. Vijayan uses precise language to explain the implications that India’s contested borders... Read More

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Little Anton

by Wendy Hinman

Self-interest and economic distress fan the flames of conflict in Little Anton: Part 1: The First Earl of Pluckden. John W. Warner IV’s newly released boxed set of the book series "Little Anton" includes Parts One, Two, and Three, and... Read More

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Little Anton

by Wendy Hinman

Little Anton: Part II: The Gift of the Lamp is a riveting novel that drives interest in the next book of this World War II espionage series. John W. Warner IV’s newly released boxed set, "Little Anton", contains Parts One, Two, and... Read More

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Little Anton

by Wendy Hinman

Little Anton: Part III: The Black Sun is a satisfying conclusion to this historical fiction epic; it includes constant action all the way to its climactic end. John W. Warner IV’s thrilling World War II trilogy, appearing in a newly... Read More

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The Wind Traveler

by Wendy Hinman

"The Wind Traveler" is a lyrical novel about loss and atonement. Ángel, seeking to numb the pain of losing his mother, abandons his law training and joins the army to fight against Peru’s Shining Path revolutionaries. He finds... Read More

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