Search Results: "Charlene Edge"


BOOK REVIEW

NON-FICTION
Released: Nov. 21, 2016

"A frank, in-depth account of one woman's struggles in a controlling organization."
An author recounts her experiences with the religious group The Way International in this debut memoir. Read full book review >

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THE MANY WORLDS OF ALBIE BRIGHT by Christopher Edge
CHILDREN'S
Released: May 30, 2017

"The book is actually quite short, but it turns out to be exactly the perfect length. (Science fiction. 9-12)"
In theory, this adventure based in quantum physics could have gone on for another 100 chapters. In theory, it could have kept going forever. Read full book review >

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DEMON SPIRIT, DEVIL SEA by Charlene D'Avanzo
Released: June 1, 2017

"A fine entry in D'Avanzo's oceanography-themed series, which fills an unusual niche in the mystery genre."
In this mystery sequel, D'Avanzo (Cold Blood, Hot Sea, 2016) puts her heroine, Dr. Mara Tusconi, off the coast of British Columbia to investigate some fishy activity on Haida Gwaii archipelago. Read full book review >

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JOHN T. EDGE
by Megan Labrise

John T. Edge’s The Potlikker Papers: A Food History of the Modern South is no mere paean to peanuts, homage to hominy, and laudation to lard. Like the nutritive broth for which it’s named, this title is more substantive than it appears at a glance.

“One the primary aims of my book,” says Edge, a native Georgian who lives ...


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BOOK REVIEW

HEROES' CALLING REVISED EDITION by Edge Celize
SCIENCE FICTION & FANTASY
Released: June 7, 2011

"Difficult to read and understand; the presentation squashes an intriguing premise."
This ambitious novel, written mostly in the form of a play, combines action, mythology, religion and anime. Read full book review >

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THE WINTER WIDOW by Charlene Weir
MYSTERY THRILLER
Released: April 13, 1992

"A writer to watch."
This year's winner of ``St. Read full book review >

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CONSIDER THE CROWS by Charlene Weir
MYSTERY THRILLER
Released: Sept. 6, 1993

"Overall: fairly standard stuff."
Former San Francisco cop Susan Wren, now a widow and the police chief in tiny, insular Hampstead, Kansas, discovers that Lynnelle—the poor waif found dead in the woods—thought local college math professor Carena Egersund was the birth-mother who relinquished her years before. Read full book review >

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SHADOWS OF THE SILVER SCREEN by Christopher Edge
CHILDREN'S
Released: Sept. 1, 2014

"The spunky heroine is a captivating one, as is her deliciously sensational adventure. (Historical mystery. 8-12)"
In this sequel to Twelve Minutes to Midnight (2014), young author/publisher Penelope Tredwell becomes ensnared in a devious scheme to turn one of her thrillers into a motion picture.Read full book review >

BOOK REVIEW

NATURE
Released: Jan. 1, 1993

"Photos not seen. (Nonfiction. 12+)"
In the ``Issues in Focus'' series, Billings describes the origins and uses of pesticides; problems resulting from their residues; national and international regulatory agencies; and suggestions for a safer future. Read full book review >

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SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY
Released: May 1, 1991

"Many attractive, informative photos; index. (Nonfiction. 9+)"
Once over lightly: the frantic race to discover materials that exhibit superconductivity at higher and higher temperatures; today's attempt to make practical superconducting machines and circuits. Read full book review >

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HOW NIVI GOT HER NAMES by Laura Deal
CHILDREN'S
Released: April 1, 2017

"An affirming book for readers of Inuit heritage and a window into their world for outsiders. (Picture book. 4-8)"
A picture-book introduction to traditional Inuit naming practices and Inuit custom adoption. Read full book review >

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THE POTLIKKER PAPERS by John T. Edge
NON-FICTION
Released: May 16, 2017

"Without question, this is a book for foodies, but it is also for readers who may be indifferent to the food they consume yet care deeply about regionalism, individual health, and race relations, among other themes."
The director of the Southern Foodways Alliance at the University of Mississippi recounts the past 60 years of Southern food traditions, their effects on the South's culture, and vice versa. Read full book review >