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Tia Dalley
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Book Review: The Radium Girls by Kate Moore
The best book I have read this year. The amazing story of these girls who worked hard for their paychecks and were placed at such high risks in their workplace. These ladies fought to improve the rights of workers, while many of them were slowly and painful...

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Book Review: Standing Strong by Diane Reeve
This is the true story of a man who knowingly infects numerous women with HIV and AIDS.  The women he preys upon are vulnerable and easily mislead. Sadly, most of the women buy into every lie he tells them. This author's writing is easy to follow and very e...

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Book Review: The Trials of Walter Ogrod by Thomas Lowenstein
I love a good true crime read. I enjoy seeing how the case is solved and how the perpetrator is captured. I have a feeling that Walter was not guilty of the crime he was convicted for. I didn't really connect with the book. I found it to be repetitive and i...

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Movie Review: King Arthur: Legend of the Sword
I recently saw a preview screening of King Arthur. The movie was so much better then I thought it would be. I would be lying if I said I was not a Charlie Hunnam fan! I was impressed with the movie. It was action packed and surprised me by making me laugh a...

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Book Review: A World Erased by Noah Lederman
This is one of my favorite Holocaust books. The fact that the author's grandparents survive, but are unwilling to share much, makes the story an interesting quest to connect the past to the present. I have no doubt that Noah will continue to love and honor ...

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Book Review: Avery: The Case Against Steven Avery and What "Making A Murderer" Gets Wrong
First, I must admit, I do have a bit of a fascination with this case. I feel so badly for Brendan.  I also feel badly for Avery. Of course, I also feel terribly bad for the family of Teresa Halbach. I honestly feel that maybe having Avery in jail for all th...

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Book Review: Nobody's Girl: A Memoir of Lost Innocence, Modern Day Slavery, and Transformation by Barbara Amaya
Barbara had a very hard life. She was sexually abused by her father and her brother. She told her mother, who didn't believe her. Life was so hard that she decided to run away from home. Soon she was 13 years old, living on the streets, had a pimp, and was ...

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Book Review: Escaping the Nazis on the Kindertransport by Emma Carlson Berne
I have read many books about the Holocaust. This one is aimed toward children, but is highly recommended for all ages. I learned several things from this book. I actually had no idea that the Kindertransport helped save ten thousand children. I also did not...

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Book Review: Justice at Dachau: The Trials of an American Prosecutor by Joshua M. Greene
This book was originally published in 2003. This review is in reference to the Updated book to be published April 1, 2017. This is the story behind the trials of several Holocaust war criminals. This book is not for the faint of heart. I had to divide the...

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Book Review: Don't Tell A Soul by M. William Phelps
Cherry Walker was mentally challenged. She was also very helpful with her friends and neighbors. No one thought much of it when she began babysitting for her neighbor's son. Soon Cherry was called to testify against the boy's mother in court. Sadly, Cherry'...
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