Hamas: Politics, Charity, and Terrorism In the Service of Jihad.
Author: Matthew LevittISBN: 0300110537 The following review was contributed by: NORM GOLDMAN: Editor of Bookpleasures. CLICK TO VIEW Norm Goldman's Reviews Matthew Levitt , Senior Fellow and Director of Terrorism Studies at the Washington Institute for Near East Policy and who has served since 2005 as Deputy Assistant Secretary for Intelligence and Analysis at the U.S. Department of Treasury has placed the hot-button issue of Hamas into perspective with his exhaustive exposé Hamas:...
ANATOLE and the CAT
Title: Anatole and the CatAuthor: Eve TitusPictures by: Paul GaldoneISBN: 037583902X
What The Press Had To Say About Lily's Art Work
ARTICLE PUBLISHED AUGUST 14, 2003CJNGoldman goes places with watercolours By HEATHER SOLOMON Special to The CJN Lily Azérad Goldman, who has a solo exhibit at Pavillon des Arts de Sainte-Adčle, is also partners with her husband Norman on the Net. Just give Lily Azérad Goldman a bottle of water and a glass, and she’ll soon have her paper filled with summer blooms, lakeside scenes and open markets. The water isn’t for drinking but to slake her creative thirst in the production of...
Lost on Earth Romantic Thriller by Lily Alex
The Following review was contributed by: Molly Martin Appearing as a respectable businessman bored, forty two year old Robert Noirson must follow the rules of society when he attends a charity event helping to fund a Catholic run orphanage. Chapter 1: part 1 begins with the meeting between orphaned Mary and Noirson. Mary is quick to understand that despite her misgivings she must accept the ministrations of Noirson. After all he is wealthy and can do much for the orphanage. If angered he can...
THE LAST JEW
Author: Noah GordonISBN: 0312300530The following review has been contributed by Lily Azerad-Goldman: CLICK TO VIEW Lily Azerad-Goldman's Reviews The Last Jew is set historically from Aug 23, 1489 to April 3rd, 1509, when the Spanish Inquisition was at its worse. Noah Gordon recounts in micro-history format the vanished world of the Spanish Jews. With zest and eloquence, he is able to capture the sociological, political and moral elements of the clashing worlds of Catholicism and Judaism....
CEO by Patricia E. Gitt
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Although over one half of the labor force in corporate America is made up of women, there is still a very small percentage that makes it to the top as CEO or President.
It is with this theme in mind, that author Patricia E. Gitt focuses her debut fictional novel, CEO.
Gitt has created a character, Melissa Lyn Horn (known as ML to her colleagues), who becomes...
Days Like These by Tom McCoy
The following review was contributed by: PAULA BARDELL For over thirty-three years, Tom McCoy composed poetry purely to satisfy a personal need and to share his deepest thoughts with family, friends and neighbors, never once considering publication or wider recognition. From his home in Silver City, a rural New Mexico town in the foothills of the Pinos Altos Range, he earned his living as a stained glass artist, farmer and mechanic, while calmly absorbing the subtle details of the quiet,...