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In This Issue:

Our Relationship To Whom We Review

In the Spotlight: Portraits of Van Morrison’s Middle Period

Spotlight On Macmillan Audio: War Times From Different Perspectives

Snapshots On Fiction: August 2015

In the Spotlight: The Tropical Taste of Tiempo Libre

Spotlighting Elsevier: Summer Shelf Focus On Echocardiography & Psychiatry

Snapshots On Fiction: June 2015

In the Spotlight: Two Books Tell the Complete Story of the Brutal Boston Mob

American Idioms: Spotlighting Greil Marcus’ Mystery Train

Snapshots On Fiction: May 2015

The Three Kings: Eric Ward Interprets Latin America’s Greatest Poets In This New Exhibit

New From Brilliance & Macmillan: In the Audio Corner

Snapshots On Fiction: April 2015

In the Spotlight: Spotlight On James McPherson & the Civil War

Spotlight On Brilliance: In the Audio Corner

Snapshots On Fiction: March 2015

In the Spotlight: Coltrane Live On the Road

In the Spotlight: New From Brilliance Audio

Spotlight On Macmillan Audio: The First Wife

Blood On the Docket: Dylan’s Shadows In the Night

Spotlight On Medical Reference: Elsevier’s Best From the Otolaryngology Shelf

Snapshots On Fiction: February 2015

Snapshots On Fiction: January 2015

In the Spotlight: Elinor Frey Revisited

Spotlight On Medical Reference: New In Winter 2015 From Elsevier In Cardiology and Ophthalmology

Spotlight On Macmillan Audio: Modern American Snipers

In the Spotlight: Heinlein’s Predestination

In the Spotlight: Stephen King’s Revival

Spotlight On Reference: Surgical References From Saunders

In the Spotlight: The Shotgun Arcana & the World Beyond

In the Spotlight: The Search For Simon

In the Spotlight: The People’s Quest For Freedom

Spotlight On Jazz: Coltrane Complements Miles In All of You

In the Spotlight: Two New Audios Memorialize the Heartbeat of Homer

Quick Takes On New Fiction: Davies’ Ark Storm

Audio Spotlight For Autumn 2014: The Brilliance of Brilliance Audio

Spotlight On Reference: New In Oncology From Elsevier

Spotlight On Audio: The Roberts Court

Spotlight On Reference: New In Ultrasound From Elsevier

From Rat’s Notebook: John Aiello On the Textbook Debate

Spotlight On Reference: The Classroom Medical Shelf

Spotlight On Audio: The Lost Writings of Jack Kerouac

In the Spotlight: David Reed Reviews Dylan’s Gospel

Spotlight On Fiction: Kriss’ Zodiac Deception

Spotlight On Audio: MacMillan Audio Brings D-Day To the Young Listener

In the Spotlight: Dylan Pays Homage To the Father of the Modern Rock Song

Spotlight On Reference: Yanoff’s Ophthalmology From Elsevier

Spotlight On Reference: New This Winter From Elsevier In Cardiology & Oncology

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Spotlight On Poetry: Michael McClure’s Voice of the Animal Self

Spotlight On Reference: New This Term From Elsevier

Spotlight On Reference: Echocardiography and Valvular Heart Disease from Dr. Catherine Otto

New Reference Texts In Cardiology & Wilderness Medicine

Advancements In Heart & Kidney Transplants in Rat On Reference

  • For A Survey of Renal and Cardiac Texts, Go Here

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For extensive coverage of the medical sciences (in addition to other disciplines), go to our Reference and Industry News sections.

Notice To Publishers, Record Labels & Writers

John Aiello’s Biography

4 comments on “In This Issue:

  1. The redesigned website looks terrific. Well done! – Denise

    • Jacob Aiello
      August 6, 2013

      Thank you, Denise!

  2. tony burrell
    December 16, 2014

    Hi John, deepcoast14@yahoo.com Thanks

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