Category: Book Reviews

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Book Review: The Orphan Master

In 1663, the small Dutch colony of New Amsterdam, situated on the edge of the wilderness on present dayManhattan, is populated by Dutch, English and Native American inhabitants. It is a hardscrabble life for...

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Book Review: The Gods of Gotham

In 1840s New York City, a raging fire destroys bartender Timothy Wilde’s place of employment and meager apartment. His face partially disfigured in the fire, Timothy is persuaded by his politically connected older brother...

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X” by Keigo Higashino

REVIEW By Brian Barrett, Readers’ Advisory Librarian In this riveting mystery, the focus is not on who commits the crime, but what happens after the crime is committed. Early in the story,Yasuko Hanaoka kills...

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“Winning” by Gary Brackett

“Winning” is Gary Brackett’s story about how he became a Super Bowl champion, the captain of the Indianapolis Colts, the captain at Rutgers and the Glassboro Bulldogs (his high school football team in New...

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Book Review: “Winning” by Gary Brackett

“Winning” is Gary Brackett’s story about how he became a Super Bowl champion, the captain of the Indianapolis Colts, the captain at Rutgers and the Glassboro Bulldogs (his high school football team in New...