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Fiction
Ann Ronald

Alibi Creek

Alibi Creek Bev Magennis’s knack for characterization makes the men and women of Alibi Creek sound like real denizens of the American West. She sets

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Memoir
Ann Ronald

Anthem for a Burnished Land

ANTHEM FOR A BURNISHED LAND: WHAT WE LEAVE IN THIS DESERT OF WORK AND WORDS Sitting alongside the Little Walker River last weekend, contemplating Nevada’s

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Fiction
Sunny Solomon

The Age of Miracles

Is it possible for a novel to be both an apocalyptic and a coming of age story? Or would that be a literary oxymoron, an

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This 'N That
Sunny Solomon

Black History Month, Or Not

It is February fellow-Americans, and we know, as readers, students, television programmers and booksellers, what that means: It’s Black History Month! What I’ve never understood

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The Clockwork Crow
British Authors
Sunny Solomon

The Clockwork Crow

The Clockwork Crow, first in a new series by Catherine Fisher. I feel on pretty sure ground when reviewing children’s picture books, but lacking a

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Biography
Dan Erwine

Mantan the Funnyman

Mantan the Funnyman, The Life and Times of Mantan Moreland Mantan Moreland was a comedian and actor in old-time movies and was usually seen playing

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Sylvie
Autobiography/Memoir
Sunny Solomon

Sylvie

Sylvie – A graphic memoir and a story for the whole family. I am always a bit wary of reviewing any book, fiction or nonfiction,

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