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An Absolute Gentleman

by R. M. Kinder
Sunday, February 24, 2008

"This novel portrays a segment in the life of a serial killer and his relationships with the people he is surrounded by as a professor and an author. The raw honesty about the killer's perspective on other people, in particular women, and his own psychological breakdown of himself was fascinating. This book does not go into much detail about the murders and has a surprisingly sparse amount of violence considering the premise. Instead, the book focuses on the human interaction of a serial killer. Philosophical types will definitely enjoy this novel."

Jen, Circulation &...

Sunday, February 24, 2008

This story tells a tale both harrowing and enlightening about American Indian children taken from their parents and brought up to conform to the
customs of  "the white man." The author is a descendant and his story is that of his grandfather. This is a brilliant read and must watch movie.

Check our catalog for the book and...

Monday, January 28, 2008

Considering the writer’s strike and the abysmal choices on television right now, my almost-14-year-old daughter and I have a new guilty pleasure: Season 1 of the now extinct television show...

Monday, January 28, 2008

Joe Leaphorn and Jim Chee of the Navajo tribal police come face to face with the underworld of illegal archaeological excavation against the backdrop of Navajo witches, spirits and folklore.

Special appearances by Peter Fonda and Graham Greene. Robert Redford is one of the Executive Producers. Also try...

Monday, January 28, 2008

I was raised in a home that my parents built when I was 5 years old.So I know the history of the house.I currently live in a home built in 1927 and I often wonder about the history of the house. I know a little of the history through the original deed I was given when we purchased the house.For instance, the property was originally owned by one of the McPherson brothers of Howell.Technically I live in the McPherson subdivision in Lansing.But what I really wonder about is the people who lived there before us and what their lives where like.I want that personal glimpse into the past….

When Hope was 8 years old, her mother was killed in a car...


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