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Book Review: The Trial of Fallen Angels by James P. Kimmel Jr

With the holiday season past us, it's now a great time to bundle up in a bulky sweater, blanket or, let's face it, a snuggie and settle down with a good book. Many people tend to feel the winter blues around this time and why not escape a little bit into someone else's thoughts ...
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Book Review: Forgotten by Catherine McKenzie

I quite enjoy Catherine McKenzie's style of writing, so I was looking forward to reading Forgotten. If you've ever wondered what would happen if you were presumed dead and your life had moved on without you, and I honestly have, then this book might be a beautiful, fictional read for you. There are ...
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Book Review: The Sisters MontClair by Cathy Holton

The Sisters MontClair by Cathy Holton is a story of the secrets that a woman, motivated by love, sadness and her own failures, can hide from the ones she loves. Alice is a 94-year-old woman who has achieved many successes, but has few people living who truly give her love, attention and caring. ...
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Book Review: What Happened to My Sister by Elizabeth Flock

I tend to hate sequels. I tend to hate them a lot. At times, though, a book does not do justice to its character and a sequel is a must. This is the case with What Happened to My Sister by Elizabeth Flock, which is the sequel to Me and Emma. ...
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Book Review: Understanding Combat Related Post Traumatic Stress Disorder by Walter F. McDermott

I've spoken about my feelings on military mental health before in this blog, so it shouldn't come as a surprise that I'm interested in Combat related PTSD. In Understanding Combat Related Post Traumatic Stress Disorder by Walter F. McDermott I found an open portrayal of Combat Related Post Traumatic Stress Disorder told in a way ...
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