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Joanne Mallari

The Moon Before Morning

There is nothing more intimate than a memory. We can share experiences with others. We can delight in the same sunrise; we can mourn the

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Fiction
Vivienne French

Tributary

“My childhood among the Saints was no such thing. In a land built on belonging, I did not.” These first two sentences of Barbara Richardson’s

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This 'N That
Sunny Solomon

Reading Journal 4, Part 3

Without having Googled Jonathan Crary, all I know about the author, from five brief lines on the inside of the dust jacket, is that he

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Reviews
Sunny Solomon

Atomic Comics

Atomic Comics, Cartoonists confront the Nuclear World Atomic Comics is the 2013 winner of the ALAs “Choice Outstanding Academic Title” award. I read it in

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Fiction
Ann Ronald

The Truth According to Us

Co-author with Mary Ann Shaffer of the best-selling The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society and creator of a highly regarded children’s series starring

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Fiction
David Hartzheim

The Ginger Man

J.P. Donleavy’s The Ginger Man, the manic/sad antics of Sebastian Dangerfield, has never been out of print since its first publication in Paris, 1955. Now

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Crime
Sunny Solomon

Tallgrass

Is there anything to be gained by reading another book about the World War II internment of Japanese Americans to relocation camps?  If the book

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Autobiography/Memoir
Neal Ferguson

H is for Hawk

I never cease to thrill at the sight of a hawk sailing effortlessly on a thermal, wings spread, focusing on the ground below and a

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History
Sunny Solomon

German Voices

The reader who recalls Frederic Tubach’s and Bernard Rosner’s movingly honest memoir, An Uncommon Friendship, should not pass up Tubach’s latest book, German Voices. The

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