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Book Review: The Tipping Point

Tipping Point seems to remind us that sometimes if we take care of the small things, the big things will take care of themselves.

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When Washington Burned An Illustrated History of the War of 1812

If one is looking for a book that summarizes the Second War of Independence, as to the War of 1812 has often been referred, this is the book. There is something in this book for the aficionado as well as for the uninitiated. When Washington Burned is beautifully bound and richly illustrated volume which takes the reader through the war, start to finish.

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CD Review: Susan Tedeschi

If you’re a Bonnie Raitt fan, especially her older stuff, and are in the mood for some fun, upbeat and energetic music, buy this CD.

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Tool Review: Work Sharp 3000

If you’ve got some chisels to sharpen, this is the tool for you!

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Book Review: Franco, The Man and His Nation

Franco was more than just a fascist dictator, and certainly no Nazi. The biographer, George Hills, did meticulous research and conducted extensive interviews with many of the participants in the Spanish civil war. He neither deifies nor demonizes Franco in his book.

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CD Review: Forgiven

Forgiven has great lyrics and an awesome sound. While there are some similarities to a lot of other artists, their sound is unique.

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