Non-Fiction Book Reviews

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Most recent Non-Fiction Book Reviews

Dinner with a Perfect Stranger David Gregory

Reviewed by Bob Pike CSP, CPAE

The invitation came to him at the office. Perfect in every respect from the Crane stationery it was embossed on to the choice of place—an upscale Italian…

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The Hidden Power of Prayer and Fasting Mahesh Chavda

Reviewed by Bob Pike, CSP, CPAE Speakers Hall of Fam
Chairman/CEO - The Bob Pike Group, Founder/Editor of The CTT Newsletter

Some people talk about it and some people do it. This saying goes…

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Protecting Your Teen From Today's Witchcraft: A Parents Guide to Confronting Wicca and the Occult Steve Russo

Reviewed by Andrea Sisco

Steve Russo, author of Protecting Your Teen From Today's Witchcraft: A Parents Guide to Confronting Wicca and the Occult, writes a comprehensive manual for anyone, not…

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100 People Who Are Screwing Up America (and Al Franken is #37) Bernard Goldberg

Reviewed by Andrea Sisco

Bernard Goldberg in 100 People who are Screwing Up America (and Al Franken is #37) has a list, with detailed information, of the 100 people he believes are…

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Faded Pictures From My Backyard Sue Carswell

Reviewed by Connie Anderson

Faded Pictures From My Backyard is the story of the Carswell family, told by oldest daughter Sue, using an age-appropriate child's voice through the years.

The…

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Fighting for America: Black Soldiers—the Unsung Heroes of World War II Christopher Moore

Reviewed by Connie Anderson

What an interesting subject, presented with historical perspective in Fighting for America, written by Moore to honor his GI Joe Mom and Dad.

I found myself saying…

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On American Soil Jack Hamann

Reviewed by Connie Anderson

The subtitle of this On American Soil says it all: Murder, the Military, and How Justice Became a Casualty of World War II. Seattle journalist Jack Hamman…

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The Professor, the Banker, and the Suicide King Michael Craig

Reviewed by Bob Pike, CSP, CPAE Speakers Hall of Fam
Chairman/CEO - The Bob Pike Group, Founder/Editor of The CTT Newsletter

If you're one of millions who have become intrigued with Texas Hold…

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The Ultimate Guide to Chick Flicks Kim Alderman

Reviewed by Connie Anderson

What's a chick flick? If I have to explain, this book is NOT for you. Most women know intuitively what they think makes a "chick flick," but after reading…

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The Polysyllabic Spree Nick Hornby

Reviewed by Kathy Perschmann (Librarian, Carver County, Minnesota)

Nick Hornby is the author of High Fidelity (yes, it was made into a movie with John Cusack) and About a Boy) (made into a…

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Basic Steps to Godly Fitness Laurette Willis

Reviewed by Andrea Sisco

Most of us have made the decision to go on a diet and incorporate an exercise program. Many of us have lost interest or found it more difficult than we thought it…

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Life With Mother: A Journey of Love, Death and Rebirth Myriam Maytorena

Reviewed by Connie Anderson

Myriam's mother was almost 100 years old when Myriam brought her home for her end-of-life journey.

This is an important personal story because:

  • The fastest growing…
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    The Fortunate Four and Other Journeys of the Heart Joy Kuby

    Reviewed by Barb Greenber
    Author of Hope Grew Round Me

    Have you ever snuggled next to your Grandmother on the sofa as she gently patted your hand and talked about her adventures as a young…

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    Hope Grew Round Me Barb Greenberg

    Reviewed by Andrea Sisco

    Greenberg's daughter suffers life-threatening injuries while in Australia. The author rushes to her daughter's hospital bed, hoping against all hope that she will…

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    On Hitler's Mountain: Overcoming a Legacy of a Nazi Childhood Irmgard Hunt

    Reviewed by Connie Anderson

    This World War II book is unique because it's told from a child's viewpoint. The author was born in 1934 and her home was in the Bavarian mountain area of…

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