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Book Review: The Tools of Argument: How the Best Lawyers Think, Argue, and Win by Joel Trachtman

Joel Trachtman is a Professor of International Law at Tufts University.  He holds a JD from Harvard Law School and a BA in Political Science from Columbia College.  116 more words

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Review: A Monster Calls by Patrick Ness

A Monster Calls by Patrick Ness is a breathtaking story of loss and heartbreak.  The book follows Conor, a thirteen year old boy with a very sick mother.  326 more words

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JFK and the Reagan Revolution: A Secret History of American Prosperity

by Lawrence Kudlow and Brian Domitrovic
Portfolio Books

reviewed by Christopher Klim

“Circumstances called for final and definitive policy—and Kennedy chose Treasury’s recommendation: supply-side economics.” 702 more words

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My Side of the Diamond - Sally Gardner Review

Rating: ★★★

I went into this book completely blind, having been sent it a few months ago by the publisher. This isn’t a book I would typically pick up, but it did impress me. 631 more words

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The Bloodprint - Ausma Zehanat Khan

Genre: Fantasy
Publisher: Harper Voyager

A dark power called the Talisman has risen in the land, born of ignorance and persecution. Led by a man known only known as the One-eyed Preacher, it is a cruel and terrifying movement bent on world domination—a superstitious patriarchy that suppresses knowledge and subjugates women.

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"The Ruined House: A Novel" by Ruby Namdar

Translated by Hillel Halkin. Harper. 528 pp. Hardcover $29.99.

This breathtaking tale of a prominent professor’s undoing is expertly woven with biblical passages. 401 more words

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