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Fiction
Ann Ronald

My Last Continent

MY LAST CONTINENT On one level Midge Raymond’s novel, My Last Continent, shadows the initial attraction and then the developing love between Deb and Keller.

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Four Seasons in Rome
Autobiography/Memoir
Ann Ronald

Four Seasons in Rome

Four Seasons in Rome – On Twins, Insomnia, and the Biggest Funeral in the History of the World Reportedly, Anthony Doerr took ten years to

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Fiction
Ann Ronald

The Children’s Crusade

Shrewd and subtle are two adjectives I would use to describe Ann Packer’s novel, The Children’s Crusade, which traces several decades of dysfunctional California family

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Fiction
Ann Ronald

Her Fearful Symmetry

Audrey Niffenegger possesses an astonishing imagination. Often weird, often egocentric, often wildly fanciful, her mind pivots, swivels, dives, soars from one tangent to another. The

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Reviews
Ann Ronald

18 In America

18 In America: A Young Golfer’s Epic Journey to Find the Essence of the Game Standing on the first tee, with the sun just coming

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Biography
Ann Ronald

Nothing Daunted

Dorothy Wickenden, the author of Nothing Daunted: The Unexpected Education of Two Society Girls in the West, describes the story of her grandmother’s year in

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Fiction
Sunny Solomon

Falling Man

In four months, it will have been six years since 9/11. The reading public has, since that ominous day in American history, been plowed under

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