Search Results: "Randal C. Moss"


BOOK REVIEW

NON-FICTION
Released: May 3, 2011

"Innovation, innovation, innovation—a solid, somewhat repetitive technology guide for nonprofit organizations."
Debut authors Neff and Moss tackle the sustainability of nonprofits through one encompassing keyword: innovation. Read full book review >

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OSAMA by Jonathan C. Randal
BIOGRAPHY & MEMOIR
Released: Aug. 26, 2004

"A masterful work of reporting, and of great importance in understanding the rise of modern Islamic terrorism and its singular personification."
Osama bin Laden: part Robin Hood, part Che Guevara, part Saladin, part "religious pop star in a land hungering for inspirational role models," and part Old Man of the Mountains, "whose votaries so intimidated Middle Eastern contemporaries that they were dubbed Assassins." Read full book review >

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NON-FICTION
Released: June 1, 1997

"An effective, affecting portrait of a resilient, dispossessed people who continue to believe that they shall overcome some day."
A veteran journalist's engrossing take on the Kurds, a people who pose a constant difficulty for governments throughout the Middle East and the largest ethnic group in the world (25 million) without its own country. Read full book review >

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INSIDE THE STRIKE ZONE by Randal Hendricks
NON-FICTION
Released: Sept. 1, 1994

"Tenaciously dull writing, but essential for anyone wishing to understand the business of baseball and how it got that way."
A labored, slanted, but worthwhile discussion of the often bizarre financial dealings of baseball, by a major player in the evolution of free agency and escalating salaries. Read full book review >

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BOMBS OVER LONDON by Marissa Moss
CHILDREN'S
Released: Sept. 9, 2014

"Lively writing and a smattering of line drawings make for an enjoyable adventure that will entice readers to go along with Mira. (author's note, bibliography) (Fantasy. 10-14)"
In the latest installment in the Mira's Diary time-travel series, Mira pursues her missing mother, Serena, to 1917 London. Read full book review >

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TRUE HEART by Marissa Moss
Released: March 1, 1999

"A rousing and romantic tale. (Picture book. 5-10)"
A deeply satisfying story of longing and hard work fulfilled, inspired by an obscure historical photograph. Read full book review >

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FASHION PHOTOGRAPHER by Miriam Moss
MUSIC AND THE ARTS
Released: April 30, 1991

"Of some limited use as a vocational introduction; anyone interested in hard information of any depth will need to go elsewhere. (Nonfiction. 10+)"
In the new ``Fashion World'' series—brief overviews of aspects of the fashion industry—an introduction to what it takes to begin and carry on this career, with sharply reproduced color photos and the outlooks of some important photographers presented in brief quotes. Read full book review >

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CARAVAGGIO by Marissa Moss
YOUNG ADULT
Released: Oct. 11, 2016

"Overall, Moss tells an absorbing, informative story set in a fascinating time replete with political intrigue, bustle, and corruption. (author's note, timeline, bibliography) (Historical fiction. 12-17)"
A fictionalized account of the Italian painter's tumultuous life hews to the historical timeline. Read full book review >

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THE AGE OF ELEPHANTS by Peter Moss
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: June 27, 2006

"A romanticized, tragic remembrance of well-loved experiences."
A graceful, elaborate and dizzying tale of innocents yearning for home. Read full book review >

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VANISHING NEW YORK by Jeremiah  Moss
Released: July 25, 2017

"Maddening if you're not mega-wealthy, and a vigorous, righteously indignant book that would do Jane Jacobs proud."
The Big Apple is morphing into a class-war amusement park for the very rich. Thus this irate argument for remaking it into a city for the rest of us. Read full book review >

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FIRE ALONG THE SKY by Robert Moss
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: Feb. 20, 1992

"Tom Jones as The Deerslayer."
A handsome young Irishman with theatrical leanings abandons the delights of George III's London to follow a melancholic friend to the Colonies, where he visits a kinsman and the restless Mohawks in upstate New York. Read full book review >