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Book Review: The Chiron Confession by Thomas Greanias

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If you love all things Ancient Rome, and are simultaneously drawn to the historical account of the birth of Christianity, The Chiron Confession, by Thomas Greanias, is for you. The reader is brought into  this dangerous time period of double … Continue reading

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Book Review: Immoral Certainty by Robert Tanenbaum

Robert Tanenbaum’s legal series, the Karp-Ciampi  collaboration to rid the world of criminals, sociopaths, and all around bad guys, continues with the next installment, Immoral Certainty. At this point, our legal duo is happily ensconced in the Manhattan District Attorney’s … Continue reading

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Book Review: No Lesser Plea by Robert Tanenbaum

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I had reviewed Robert Tanenbaum’s latest foray into the world of Butch Karp and Marlene Ciampi, Infamy, this past summer. As is with most of the books in this series, it can stand alone as a legal thriller. But it never … Continue reading

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Book Review: Into the Lion’s Den by Linda Fairstein

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You may know of Linda Fairstein from her popular and intriguing Alexander Cooper mystery series. Always interesting, and full of surprises, Fairstein keeps us on our toes when it comes to the genre of who-done-its and legal thrillers. Bringing into … Continue reading

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Book Review: Exploring Depression and Beating the Blues by Tony Attwood and Michelle Garnett

Twenty years ago when I was trying to understand my son’s autism diagnosis one of the first places I turned was to the books written by Tony Attwood. He had a clear, concise and useable approach to DSM defunct term … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Candidate, A Newsmakers Novel by Lis Wiehl

The United States is in the middle of a Presidential election season. There are several candidates vying for this nation’s highest office. The latest debate is set to begin. Then a bomb explodes killing a popular candidate and his wife. … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Future Tense of Joy by Jessica Teich

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Written in poetic prose, the author, Jessica Teich, takes us on a journey of self-understanding. Why did she hide herself from those she loved? Why did she derail her own right to love and be loved? Why did she ultimately … Continue reading

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