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Making Gardens

by Ellen Pisor

British horticultural writer Patrick Taylor’s beautifully photographed book, Making Gardens, might be more aptly titled, Visiting Gardens. Displayed against a backdrop of castles, walls, pergolas, and Grecian urns, the gardens he... Read More

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Ultimate Voyage

by Sophia Tarila

Sailor, painter, journalist, historian, adventurer and author of ten non-fictional nautical works, William Gilkerson brings together his many talents and knowledge in this altogether satisfying seafaring tale. Ultimate Voyage combines... Read More

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Breath by Breath

by Lynn Brach

While breathing in long, one knows: “I breathe in long.” While breathing out long, one knows: “I breathe out long.” True to the title of Breath by Breath, even the act of reading led me to greater awareness. Author Larry... Read More

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Born to Grill

by Marly Wyckoff

To grill is not just to barbecue or smoke. That is the first thing learned upon reading the Jamison’s latest cookbook. Having previously dealt with smoke and barbecue cooking in Smoke & Spice (1994) and Sublime Smoke(1996), a James... Read More

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The Ark of the Marindor

by Ray Nargis

In this cinematically potent novel, we meet protagonist, Katherine Dennison, who suffers from a series of acute personality foibles due to the death of her son and subsequent divorce from her husband. She has spent the last three years... Read More

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The Woman Awake

by Karen Wyckoff

“The only woman awake is the woman who has heard the flute!” These telling words from the long stilled tongue of a 13th century poet provide the framework for Regina Sara Ryan’s ambitious quest to define and concurrently celebrate... Read More

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