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Book Review: ‘Fashioning Fat: Inside Plus-Size Modeling’ by Amanda M. Czerniawski

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Czerniawski contributes to the important conversation about the conception of beauty in North America. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Caught Dead,’ A New Mystery Series by Andrew Lanh

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"Caught Dead" is an engaging beginning for this Rick Van Lam series. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Ethernet: The Definitive Guide’ by Charles E. Spurgeon and Joann Zimmerman

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A useful read for anyone curious about the evolution of Ethernet. Read More »

Comic Review: ‘Jack Rabbit’ by Goff and Hanna

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'Jack Rabbit' is like Sam Spade having to deal with Cthulhu. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Venom’ – A Suspense by Colin Falconer

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For Michael, anger is the only means of strength he can muster, and he thinks of nothing but revenge. He reaches his manhood in wartime Saigon, and remembers every betrayal and beating. With his survival skills and his good looks he builds his own little piece of life, surviving as a criminal. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Life, Lies, And Sex: A User’s Guide to Being in a Body’ by Mikaya Heart

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Heart has given a new perspective on feelings and beliefs. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Shaken Awake,’ An Inspirational Novel by Allen Madding

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An inspirational novel about a church community rediscovering itself. Read More »

Book Review: ‘The Aggressor Gene,’ An S-F Novel by Carl Pfeiffer

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A beautiful marine biologist investigates the mysterious disappearance of several deep sea divers. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Enlightened Indigo Child,’ A Memoir by Idelle and Diandra Brand

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A mother and daughter share the trials and tribulations of hyper-sensitive children. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Forget You Ever Knew Me,’ A Thriller by Judy Dailey

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This is not the stuff of conventional genre fiction. Read More »