December 29

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A Word from Our Readers

We love to hear from our readers. Check out what people are saying on Amazon and Goodreads:

 

WinningCashen in Both Leagues by Frank Cashen

“Great insight from a baseball legend! A must read for baseball enthusiasts.”
Eric (Amazon 10/26/14)

 

 

In Reach by Pamela Joern
“Wonderful. All of her writing is nostalgic, poignant, touching.” –
Colleen (Amazon 12/5/2014)

 

Now We Will Be Happy by Amina Gautier
9780803255395-Perfect.inddNow We Will Be Happy is as good a collection of stories as I have read in the past year or two. These are powerful, haunting stories that will have you wondering how the characters are doing weeks after you’ve finished reading it. Anyone interested in how immigrants and their descendants navigate multiple cultures is advised to pick up a copy without delay. And keep the name Amina Gautier on your radar; I suspect we will be reading many more impressive stories and novels from her in the coming years.” –W. Wolfe (Amazon 11/16/14)

 

The Wheeling Year by Ted Kooser
“This is a book to savor. Kooser has a marvelous eye for metaphor.” –Jane (Goodreads 11/22/2014)

 

The Michael-GameBeforeMoney.inddGame Before the Money by Jackson Michael
“ Personally, I think it should be required reading for all current NFL players so that they might take a few moments to reflect on what these legends did and sacrificed to build the league…and at a fraction of today’s salaries. The players’ passion and love for the game are what comes through in this book.” –L. Lozano (Amazon 10/3/2014)

 

Catholic Borderlands by Anne Martinez
“An important book – a fascinating look at the historical relationship between religion and nationalism and empire, very broadly construed, in the first half of the twentieth century.” –Chuck (Amazon 10/5/2014)

 

Packing for India by David MulfordMulford-Packing India.indd
“This is a tremendous book. David Mulford has a mastery of the English language along with breadth and depth of experience that may be unmatched in finance and international relations. Is a must read for anyone interested in these subjects and learning from an expert in these fields.” –A. M. Roberts (Amazon 11/17/2014)

 

Perfectly Awful by Charley Rosen
“A GREAT read that I’d definitely recommend.” –E. Alton (Amazon 11/8/2014)

 

SiebersonNaked Mountaineer by Stephen Sieberson
“Kind of makes me wish I was able to get out and see the world more than I do.” –Ted (Amazon 12/6/2014)

 

 

 

 

 

America’s U-Boats by Chris Dubbs
“I thoroughly enjoyed this book about a long-forgotten incident in history. It is well written, well researched, and entertaining,as well. I highly recommend it.” –
Anita (Amazon 10/27/2014)