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Category Archives: March 2015

James McPherson & the Civil War

THE WAR THAT FORGED A NATION: WHY THE CIVIL WAR STILL MATTERS. James McPherson. Oxford University Press. The title of this book says it all: after a century and a … Continue reading

March 24, 2015 · Leave a comment

In the Audio Corner

IRRITABLE HEARTS. Mac McClelland. Brilliance Audio. During the past 20 years, society has finally come to see Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) as a very real affliction with very real effects. In Irritable Hearts, … Continue reading

March 11, 2015 · Leave a comment

March 2015

FRACTURED. Kate Watterson. Forge. Do you ever wonder just what motivates a person to commit murder? The question has captivated people since the dawn of time. And author Kate Watterson … Continue reading

March 11, 2015 · Leave a comment

Coltrane Live On the Road

SO MANY THINGS. The European Tour – 1961. John Coltrane Quintet (featuring Eric Dolphy). Acrobat Records. This amazing 4-record set features the legendary John Coltrane live on the road with … Continue reading

March 2, 2015 · Leave a comment
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