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Book Review: ‘Hope Never Dies: How 20 Late-Stage and Terminal Cancer Patients Beat the Odds,’ By Rick Shapiro

'Hope Never Dies' is an inspiring new book by cancer care expert Rick Shapiro. Its profiles of cancer survivors and experts prove that integrative and alternative treatments may be your best allies.

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Book Review: ‘The Halo Effect,’ A Novel of Suspense by Anne D. LeClaire

In 'The Halo Effect' by Anne D. LeClaire, we meet a family in crisis. Their daughter has not returned home, and when her body is found in the woods days later, they find that love isn't always enough to bind them. Can they make it through this crisis without destroying themselves in the process?

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Book Review: ‘The New Senior Man: Exploring New Horizons, New Opportunities,’ by Thelma Reese and Barbara M. Fleisher

The New Senior Man by Thelma Reese and Barbara M. Fleisher is a much-needed guidebook for men heading into retirement. Its authors are experts in aging and issues facing senior men and women – and what they've gathered for this latest offering proves that retirement is nothing like it used to be.

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Book Review: ‘Running On Empty No More: Transform Your Relationships with Your Partner, Your Parents, and Your Children’ by Jonice Webb, PhD

Childhood Emotional Neglect, or CEN is a crippling syndrome that can ruin relationships. Clinical psychologist Dr. Jonice Webb offers a compassionate guide to healing from CEN in 'Running on Empty No More.'

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Book Review: ‘The Book of Dust Volume 1: La Belle Sauvage’ by Philip Pullman

'The Book of Dust Volume 1: La Belle Sauvage' by Philip Pullman is a wonderful book which should please any who read and enjoyed 'His Dark Materials'. It promises to be every bit as interesting and exciting as the previous series.

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