Cupid on Trial

What We Learn About Love When Loving Gets Tough
By Brian Jory, Ph.D.

Cupid on Trial by Brian Jory, Ph.D. is a collection of linked stories in which the character cast is fictional, but the events themselves are true to their word. At the center of each couple beats the thing that hides in the mind of Poe’s...

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College Mania

Is a University the New Doctor?
By Joshua Flapan

College Mania (Is a University the New Doctor?) by Joshua Flapan is a non-fiction educational book that would appeal most to a mixed audience of students considering college, parents with kids considering college, and those in college. This book focuses on the different elements involved...

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Cannabis, The Conundrum

Medical Mystery; Environmental Enigma, Neighborhood Nightmare
By Michelle Horkings-Brigham

Cannabis, The Conundrum by author Michelle Horkings-Brigham is a non-fiction work focusing on the social issue of the legalization of cannabis. It is sub-titled as an exploration of the ‘Medical Mystery; Environmental Enigma, Neighborhood Nightmare’ aspects of the drug. It considers how cannabis benefits the...

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Cockloft

Scenes from a Gay Marriage
By Kyle Thomas Smith

Cockloft: Scenes from a Gay Marriage by Kyle Thomas Smith is a clever glimpse into the author’s life. The story centers on Smith’s experiences living in New York with his husband, Julius. Through the use of vignettes and short tales, the author makes the ordinary...

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C.O.D..E

Living Happy, Healthy, and Whole Submerged in Tragedy, Trauma, and Death
By Anita Agers-Brooks and Darren Dake

C.O.D.E: Living Happy, Healthy, and Whole Submerged in Tragedy, Trauma, and Death by Anita Agers-Brooks and Darren Dake is a nonfiction, pioneering work that pays great homage to the men and women who sacrifice a lot — family, personal happiness, self-preservation — to provide emergency...

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Call Me Phaedra

The Life and Times of Movement Lawyer Fay Stender
By Lise Pearlman

Call Me Phaedra: The Life and Times of Movement Lawyer Fay Stender by Lise Pearlman is a spellbinding biography of an unflagging woman, a powerful lawyer whose contribution helped in shaping the societal conscience of her time, from the McCarthy Era until the '70s. Fay...

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Cardboard Confessionals

By Mitch Reed

Cardboard Confessionals by Mitch Reed is a compilation of responses provided by young students when he implemented a social experiment/project for his sociology students at Waverly-South Shore. Seven questions were composed and a cardboard box set up where the students could anonymously submit their answers....

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Common Sense for Our Common Good

A Parent Guide to Good Schools
By Jim Baumann

Common Sense for Our Common Good: A Parent Guide to Good Schools by Jim Baumann is a great guidebook for parents. The information is listed in groups of three and clearly explained. Essentially, it's an easy read and discusses what makes a school good, focusing...

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Confessions of an Old Man

How Millennials are Being Robbed
By Munir Moon

Confessions of an Old Man: How I Am Stealing From Future Generations by Munir Moon reflects the thoughts of an elderly man who looks past his age into what tomorrow holds for his offspring. Working from the premise that what millennials inherit depends on the...

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Connecting the Dots to the Caliphate

A Primer for the Thinking Person
By Husein Taherbhai writing as Shanbreen

Connecting the Dots to the Caliphate: A Primer for the Thinking Person by Shanbreen is an excellent book on the current state of affairs regarding terrorism in the world and its links with Islamic extremist groups. Clearly a lot of research and thought has gone...

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