Search Results: "Jenifer Ringer"


BOOK REVIEW

DANCING THROUGH IT by Jenifer Ringer
BIOGRAPHY & MEMOIR
Released: Feb. 24, 2014

"Told with modesty and humility, Ringer's memoir exposes the unrelenting rigor of a dancer's life and the passion and exhilaration of dance itself."
Faith buoys one dancer's life. Read full book review >

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ROTHAKER by Jenifer Ruff
MYSTERY THRILLER
Released: April 1, 2015

"Absorbing, at times gory thriller featuring an oddly compelling killer 'heroine.'"
Beautiful, superfocused,yet troubledBrooke Walton, now in medical school, is involved in yet another disappearance of a fellow female student in this second installment of a dark thriller series. Read full book review >

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Released: May 18, 2016

"An all-too-relevant and eminently practical book that offers health strategies in a gadget-packed world.
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A wide-ranging self-help guide explores the potential perils of the modern sedentary, screen-obsessed lifestyle and offers tips for achieving resilient health and memory. Read full book review >

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THE SEA OF LIGHT by Jenifer Levin
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: Jan. 11, 1993

"An awkward mix of the profound and the political as Levin's well-defined characters offer tiresomely banal and tendentious comments on life and love—without adding much new to either."
Ambitious new fiction from Levin (Shimoni's Lover, 1987, etc.) degenerates, despite some vivid writing, into a mawkish—and always politically correct—paean to the redemptive power of love, especially women's love. Read full book review >

BOOK REVIEW

BIOGRAPHY & MEMOIR
Released: Jan. 1, 1992

"Despite organizational problems, a vigorous account packed with action and adventure. (Two b&w photo inserts—not seen.)"
As the Columbus quincentennial approaches, a swashbuckling marine archaeologist/adventurer and his wife—with over 20 books to their credit (Into the Deep, 1977; Still More Adventurers, 1976, etc.)—recall how for three decades he searched for and found evidence of pre-Columbian contact between the Old World and the New. Read full book review >