Indie Book Reviews (page 5)

GLOBAL ECONOMICS by Victor R. Levine
Released: Feb. 27, 2014

"A brief but refreshingly broad-minded take on global economics that is invigorated by the tension between capitalism and government."
Levine, a medical doctor and Ph.D. who studies global trends in medicine and economics, explains how the destiny of capitalism means embracing what some mistakenly see as its mortal enemy: government regulation. Read full book review >
ON BECOMING A SWAN by Alice G. Miller
Released: Feb. 27, 2014

"A memoir about the power of listening by a passionate psychotherapist. "
After surviving an abusive childhood, a Christian woman goes on to become a counselor and psychotherapist in this highly readable memoir. Read full book review >

Abuse & Betrayal by Richard Joseph
Released: Feb. 26, 2014

An autobiographical account of an ugly divorce and the insidious effects of parental alienation. Read full book review >
The Shameless Full Moon, Travels in Africa by Carol Miller
Released: Feb. 25, 2014

"A tender love letter to the plateau continent. "
Miller, a Mexico-based American journalist, celebrates Africa in this compelling travel memoir. Read full book review >
BOON JUSTER by Garth Hallberg
Released: Feb. 24, 2014

"An urbane think-piece of a novel on alleged moon-landing—and baseball and business and marriage—lies, not to be mistaken for a sci-fi thriller."
Hallberg plants seeds of doubt about the Apollo moon landings in this social satire about a fallen adman's learning an astronaut hero, his deceased baseball teammate from high school, might have held a history-changing secret. Read full book review >

MEGAN'S CURE by Robert B. Lowe
Released: Feb. 23, 2014

"Another cohesive, engaging thriller in the Enzo Lee series."
In Lowe's (Project Moses, 2013, etc.) latest series novel, journalist Enzo Lee sets out to find a miracle drug for his ailing grandmother and stumbles upon a corporate pharmaceutical conspiracy. Read full book review >
The Winship Family by Michael J. McCarthy
Released: Feb. 22, 2014

"Mandatory for readers of the first Winship book, but this engaging blend of action, intrigue and history can stand alone."
The second installment of the Winship trilogy continues the story of turn-of-the-century Irish politician James Winship and also focuses on his children, William and Cornelia. Read full book review >
Love and Mayhem on The Sunny Isle of Jamaica by Hope Hamilton Tate
Released: Feb. 22, 2014

"A spirited, diverting thriller that's marred only by some narrative repetition."
In Tate's debut romantic thriller, the answer for a woman being obsessively pursued by dangerous men may lie in uncovering her mother's mysterious past. Read full book review >
MS Madness! by Yvonne Desousa
Released: Feb. 20, 2014

DeSousa's debut memoir chronicles her first year living with multiple sclerosis and some of the lessons she learned along the way. Read full book review >
PRONE TO LOVE by Jason Clark
Released: Feb. 18, 2014

"Fresh, engaging inspirational discussion, likely to challenge Christians young and old."
In this latest inspirational work by Clark (Surrendered and Untamed, 2011), he asserts that a Christian's relationship with God should be motivated by love, and not simply need. Read full book review >
Looking Down On Leaders  by Iain J. Martin
Released: Feb. 18, 2014

"An entertaining romp through corporate life that covers pithy truths in a sugar coating of funny, memorable anecdotes."
An executive coach by trade, Martin, in his debut, takes a look at the lighter side of leadership. Read full book review >
Released: Feb. 17, 2014

"A valuable resource for today's job candidates."
This nonfiction book offers strategies and examples to help readers ace the tough questions during a job interview. Read full book review >