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Do You Believe: Conversations on God and Religion

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Do You Believe?: Conversations on God and Religion by Antonio Monda

Review by John Bloom

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The Conqueror Worms

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"The Conqueror Worms" by Brian Keene
Reviewed by Tracy Satterlee

It's raining. It's been raining steadily for months, and it  won't stop. The floodwaters are rising, and although the National Guard keeps evacuating people, little higher ground remains.

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Rogue Warrior: Seize the Day

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Rogue Warrior: Seize the Day by Richard Marcinko
Review by Tracy Satterlee

Silver-and-bronze-star recipient and former SEAL commander Dick Marcinko (the author and the main character are the same guy—the novels are his heavily fictionalized exploits) runs Red Cell International, a for-hire private security group that the US government calls on when it can’t officially be involved.

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Dead Souls

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"Dead Souls" by Michael Laimo
Reviewed by Tracy Satterlee

In 1988, a minister murders his family, crucifying all but his youngest son in a bizarre cultish ritual. Seventeen years later, that son is informed that he's inherited his father's estate that has been held in trust. He hadn't known that he was adopted, so he travels to the small town where the family farm is located.

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Going Gray, Looking Great! The Modern Women's Guide to Unfading Glory

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"Going Gray, Looking Great!: The Modern Women's Guide to Unfading Glory" by Diana Lewis Jewell with photographs by Peter Freed
Reviewed by Carol L. Bracken

Currently in America we have approximately 78 million baby boomers who are asking the question, "To gray or not to gray?"

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Havana Passage

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"Havana Passage" by Jay Lillie
Reviewed by Steve Chaput

With the end of the Cold War, thriller writers have had to search for a new foe for their heroes to confront. International drug cartels just don't cut it anymore, so since 9/11 various Islamic nations or terrorist groups have become the main focus.

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"Temptation" by Glen Dakin
Reviewed by John Platt

On the surface "Temptation" seems simplistic. It features just two main characters: a hermit, living in the desert, and the devil who is trying to buy his soul. Each one-page strip (there are  about 75) features the hermit and the devil in a battle of wits.

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Fabulous Small Jews

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"Fabulous Small Jews" by Joseph Epstein
Reviewed by Andrea Speed

These stories have a unique common theme--middle-aged, mostly male, Jews in Chicago, all facing a turning point in their lives. It sounds narrow, so it's all the more amazing that Epstein manages to make this volume as engaging as it is.

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"Rage" by Steve Gerlach
Reviewed by Steve Chaput

Nothing like reading about some guy who gets off on snuff films to pass the time.

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