The Origin of the Baltic and Vedic Languages by Janis Paliepa

The Origin of the Baltic and Vedic Languages Janis Paliepa AuthorHouse (2011) ISBN 9781456729028 Reviewed by Olivera Baumgartner-Jackson for Reader Views (8/11)   Although I speak several languages, I have to admit that my knowledge of the Baltic languages is practically non-existent. During my visits to the Baltic States I’ve always felt considerably lost, since... Continue Reading →

The Lovely Knowing by Mishi McCoy

The Lovely Knowing Mishi McCoy AuthorHouse (2011) ISBN 9781456750190 Reviewed by Olivera Baumgartner-Jackson for Reader Views (7/11)   Mishi McCoy’s life has been filled with more than her share of troubles, as she divulges in her deeply personal, autobiographical book “The Lovely Knowing.” While even the title of just one chapter, the “Death, Divorce, and... Continue Reading →

The Lost Sunset: A Story of Love by F.G. Mansour

The Lost Sunset: A Story of Love F.G. Mansour AuthorHouse (2011) ISBN 9781456720377 Reviewed by Marissa Libbit for Reader Views (5/11)   “The Lost Sunset” is the fictional journey of the main character James as he tries to discover the true meaning of love.  Having been hurt by a prior relationship, he is skeptical of... Continue Reading →

The Life and Time of a Country Surgeon: The Good and the Bad by James W. Sampsel, M.D.

The Life and Time of a Country Surgeon: The Good and the Bad James W. Sampsel, M.D. AuthorHouse (2011) ISBN 9781463409951 Reviewed by Olivera Baumgartner-Jackson for Reader Views (9/11) Personal memoirs are always a tricky proposition. How much of what the author deems so interesting would actually strike a chord with the general public? The... Continue Reading →

The Financially Literate Teacher (or what you can do to get there) by Mark A. Peacock

The Financially Literate Teacher (or what you can do to get there) Mark A. Peacock AuthorHouse (2011) ISBN 9781456757885 Reviewed by Christine Watson for Reader Views (5/11)   In his book, “The Financially Literate Teacher,” Mark Peacock shows in simple ways how to teach students to become financially literate.  He mentions many of his own... Continue Reading →

That Certain Summer by Mary Verdick

That Certain Summer Mary Verdick AuthorHouse (2011) ISBN 9781452047447 Reviewed by Marissa Libbit for Reader Views (5/11)   “That Certain Summer” by Mary Verdick is the fictional journey of the main character Sally Grimes.  Sally, an unemployed writer, gets hired by has-been actress Diane Fenwick to write her autobiography.  Moving to Connecticut from Iowa to... Continue Reading →

Tales from the Tailgate: From the Fan Who’s Seen ‘Em All by Stephen J. Koreivo

Tales from the Tailgate: From the Fan Who’s Seen ‘Em All Stephen J. Koreivo AuthorHouse (2011) ISBN 9781463416867 Reviewed by Joseph Yurt for Reader Views (10/11)   In his new book, “Tales from the Tailgate: From the Fan Who’s Seen ‘Em All,” Stephen J. Koreivo firmly establishes that he is not an ordinary college football... Continue Reading →

Son of (Entropy)2: Personal Memories of a Son of a Chemist, Joseph E. Mayer, and a Nobel Prize Winning Physicist, Maria Goeppert Mayer by Peter C. Mayer

Son of (Entropy)2: Personal Memories of a Son of a Chemist, Joseph E. Mayer, and a Nobel Prize Winning Physicist, Maria Goeppert Mayer Peter C. Mayer AuthorHouse (2011) ISBN 9781463420697 Reviewed by Marty Shaw for Reader Views (9/11) With “Son of (Entropy)2,” the author peels away the fancy, and prestigious, resumes of his parents to... Continue Reading →

Son of a Dress Maker: Life and Struggle of a Foreign Medical Graduate in USA by Dr. Carlos Cruz Soriano, M.D. FACAS (Retired)

Son of a Dress Maker: Life and Struggle of a Foreign Medical Graduate in USA Dr. Carlos Cruz Soriano, M.D. FACAS (Retired) AuthorHouse (2011) ISBN 9781456719319 Reviewed by Joseph Yurt for Reader Views (5/11) The panorama of the history of emigrants to this country is rich with the detailed accounts of their experiences and their... Continue Reading →

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