2013 Reading: The Buddha is Still Teaching, edited by Jack Kornfield

The Buddha Is Still Teaching: Contemporary Buddhist Wisdom edited by Jack Kornfield The contents, of course, being the teachings of many…

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2013 Reading: The Muslim Next Door by Sumbul Ali-Karamali

The Muslim Next Door: The Qur’an, the Media, and That Veil Thing by Sumbul Ali-Karamali The author is the American daughter…

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2013 Reading: The Varieties of Scientific Experience by Carl Sagan

The Varieties of Scientific Experience: A Personal View of the Search for God by Carl Sagan Our Reading Liberally book club…

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2013 Reading: Flashes of War by Katey Schultz

Flashes of War by Katey Schultz is a surprisingly good book. I say this even though the author is a friend…

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2013 Reading: The Forty Rules of Love by Elif Shafak

The Forty Rules of Love: A Novel of Rumi by Elif Shafak I read this for one of the book clubs…

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2013 Reading: Cimarron Rose by James Lee Burke

Cimarron Rose (Billy Bob Holland) by James Lee Burke isn’t a book you should read for the writing. The story is…

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2013 Reading: Damascus Gate by Robert Stone

DAMASCUS GATE.by Robert Stone I confess that I’ve only read one other novel by Robert Stone, and I have to…

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2013 Reading: River of Dust by Virginia Pye

River of Dust: A Novel by Virginia Pye I’d really been looking forward to reading this novel because the author is…

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2013 Reading: Heading out to Wonderful by Robert Goolrick

I was at a library fundraiser Friday night when Robert Goolrick spoke and read Chapter 2 of Heading Out to…

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2013 Reading: Guardian Angel by Sara Paretsky

Guardian Angel by Sara Paretsky is, at least, entertaining, and that’s all it pretends to be. Oh, Paretsky’s protagonist, private investigator…

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