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Book Review: ‘North of Here,’ A Novel by Laurel Saville

In 'North of Here,' Saville does a great job at getting into the psyche of her characters and bringing out the pain and sadness, as well as the confusion. She gives us a story of hope and redemption that doesn’t seem to have an answer.

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Book Review: ‘My Mother, My Mentor,’ by Pamela F. Lenehan

Children of working mothers are thriving and beautifully positioned for adulthood, according to a new book by former Wall Street executive Pamela F. Lenehan in "My Mother, My Mentor" which shows that integrating career and family benefits kids — and in some surprising ways.

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Book Review: ‘Life and Other Near-Death Experiences’ by Camille Pagan

In 'Life and Other Near Death Experiences,' Pagan takes us into the depth and despair of disease, and the heartache of discovery. Betrayal and pain, as well as love and romance are threaded through Libby’s rocky path of discovery.

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