Book Review: “Not Pink” by Margaret Kasimatis
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Book Review: “Not Pink” by Margaret Kasimatis

“Not Pink” follows the story of Mary Therese Panos, a troubled young woman caught between her Greek patriarchal upbringing and the roaring counterculture of the ’60s. This hard-hitting but highly readable novel explores Mae’s demons and how she struggles to overcome them. Will she succumb to them? Or will she learn to address them in order to be a better mother for her daughter?

Book Review: “Through the Veneer of Time” by Vera Bell
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Book Review: “Through the Veneer of Time” by Vera Bell

Vera Bell takes readers on a time travel journey through past life regression in “Through the Veneer of Time.” Experience parallel story lines as Siena Forte and Neave McConway fight for their loves and survive the horror of a terrible enemy in this spell-binding tale. From the bustling streets of Washington D.C. to the rolling Irish hills, this is a story you won’t want to miss.

Book Review: “Pericles and Aspasia” by Yvonne Korshak
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Book Review: “Pericles and Aspasia” by Yvonne Korshak

Yvonne Korshak creates a remarkable look into the golden past of Athens in her novel “Pericles and Aspasia”. Breathtaking in execution, exquisite in detail, realistic in interpretation, Pericles and Aspasia tells the story of the statesman and general Pericles and his lover Aspasia, a hetaira and the daughter of a philosopher. Their love story will change history.

Book Review: “The American Plate” by Libby H. O’Connell
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Book Review: “The American Plate” by Libby H. O’Connell

Libby O’Connell crafts a respectable and informative book on America’s culinary history. Though well-placed to tickle the historical palate, “The American Plate” occasionally suffers from too much historical context and not enough history on the food itself. Still, this is a great introduction that should give readers plenty to digest.