Lois C. Henderson


Reviewer Lois C. Henderson: Lois is a freelance academic editor and back-of-book indexer, who spends most of her free time compiling word search puzzles for tourism and educative purposes. Her puzzles are available HERE and HERE Her Twitter account (@LoisCHenderson) mainly focusses on the toponymy of British place names. Please feel welcome to contact her with any feedback at LoisCourtenayHenderson@gmail.com.





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Author:  Kathryn J. Atwood
Publisher: Chicago Review Press, Inc.
ISBN: 978-1-55652-961-0


Author:  Jay Katy Weselcouch
Publisher: SLG Publishing
ISBN: 978-1-59362-211-4



Author:  Aidan Rankin
Publisher: John Hunt Publishing
ISBN: 978 1 84694 438 3
 



Author: Erin Healy
Publisher: Thomas Nelson
ISBN: 978-1-59554-751-4


Author: Maffin, June Mack
Publisher: Circle Books
ISBN: 978 1 84694 615 8
 




Author: Sue Macy
Publisher: National Geographic
ISBN: 2010027141
 





Author: Dr. John Diamond
Publisher: Enhancement Books
ISBN: 1-890995-02-09




Author: Dr. John Diamond
Publisher: Enhancement Books   
ISBN: 1-890995-14-2 





Author: William Blake
Edited, and with an Introduction by: Dr. John Diamond
Publisher: Creativity Publishing  
ISBN: 1-890995-03-7





Author: Dr.John Diamond
Publisher: Enhancement Books
ISBN: 1-908995-27-4



Author: John Diamond
Publisher: Enhancement Books 
ISBN:  1890995266




Author: Dr. John Diamond
Publisher: Enhancement Books   
ISBN: 978-1-890995-56-0 



Author: Dr. John Diamond
Publisher: Enhancement Books
ISBN: 1-890995-22-3



Author: Dr. John Diamond

Publisher: Paragon House
ISBN: 1-55778-281-4





Author: Dr. John Diamond

Publisher: Enhancement Books
ISBN: 978-1-890995-52-5
 






Author: Dr. John Diamond
Publisher: Enhancement Books   
ISBN: 1-890995-37-1



Author: Dr. John Diamond
Publisher: Enhancement Books
ISBN: 1890995258




Author: Dr. John Diamond
Publisher: Warner Books  
ISBN: 0446911186
 





Author: Dr. John Diamond
Publisher: Enhancement Books
ISBN: 1-890995-33-9



Author: Dr. John Diamond
Publisher: Enhancement Books
ISBN:  1890995282




Author: Philip Shepherd
Publisher: North Atlantic Books
ISBN: 978-1-55643-911-7



Author: Jenny Smedley
Publisher: Hay House
ISBN: 978-1-84850-204-8

Both life-enhancing and elevating. Feel truly blessed–obtain a copy for yourself, and keep it with you at all times. It works for me!
 



Author: Eva-Maria Mora
Publisher: Synergy Books
ISBN: 978-0-9845040-1-5

  A book well worth reading for all those who are interested in healing self and helping to heal others.   
 



Author: Hank Quense
Publisher:  CreateSpace
ISBN: 9-781456-349387
 
Following in the wake of Avatar and many other politically correct works of the 21st century comes Hank Quense’s first book in the Zaftan trilogy—Zaftan Entrepreneurs.



Author: Elizabeth Atkinson
Publisher: Carolrhoda Books
ISBN: 978-0-7613-5604-2
 
For anyone who has ever felt out of place growing up, I, Emma Freke is an absolute treat.



Author: Janice Stump Clark

Publisher: Tate Publishing
ISBN: 978-1-61739-011-1
 
This tale of three dogs, an English bulldog and two Scotties, is both enjoyable and instructive.



Authors: David M. White and Susan M. Guyette
Publisher: O-Books
ISBN: 978 1 84694 389 8
 
At the start of Zen Birding, David White and Susan Guyette extend a gracious invitation to you, the reader, “to accompany us as we examine the divergent habits, activities and behaviors of birdwatchers and birders, to consider how these different approaches affect self-awareness and awareness of the natural world, and experience what this can mean for your own life path.”


Author: Robert Jay
Publisher: Cloverleaf Publishing
ISBN: 978-0-615-29645-6
 
The award-winning first in a series of Carty Andersson mysteries, Montooth and the Canfield Witch is both exciting, no matter your age, and educational.


Author: Dan and Alison Zarrella
Publisher: O’Reilly
ISBN: 978-1-449-38848-5
 
If you own your own business, can you afford to ignore or neglect an online market that consists of over 500 million active users, half of whom log in every day?  Hardly.


Author: P.J. Sullivan
Publisher: Infinity Publishers
ISBN: 0-7414-6167-6
 


Author: C.S. Lakin
Publisher: Living Ink Books
ISBN: 978-0-89957889-7

Ideal for the general reader, who does not need to be faith-based to enjoy it,


Author: John Diamond, M.D.
Publisher: Enhancement Books
ISBN: 1-890995-17-7

Diamond’s approach as a holistic healer is clearly evident in his work Facets of a Diamond: Reflections of a Healer, in which he insists on the capacity of patients (or “sufferers,” as he prefers to call them) to heal themselves, with the assistance of a qualified and committed professional who is able to facilitate the unbundling of any blockages in the Life Energy system.


Authors: Roger & Jennifer Sulham
Publisher: Inkblot Press LLC
ISBN: 978-0-9826414-9-1

This is a great book for those who would like to introduce their children to a range of forest-dwelling critters–I just wish that such colorful books were around when I was a kid!
 


Authors: Elliot Tiber, with Tom Monte
Publisher: Square One Publishers
ISBN: 978-0-7570-0333-2


Author: Elaine B. Fischel
Publisher: Bascom Hill Books
ISBN: 978-1-935456-03-2

Defending the Enemy: Justice for the WWII Japanese War Criminals provides insight into the background to trials about which the average American, according to Fischel, knows very little.




Author: Laura Legere
Publisher: Outskirts Press, Inc.
ISBN: 978-1-4327-5049-7

Don’t miss this chance to come into touch with a gentle and inspiring woman who has a great deal of compassion for, and empathy with, those who seek a deeper meaning in life.             


Author: Katherine Branning
Publisher: Bluedome Press
ISBN: 978-1-935295-06-8

Yes, I Would Love Another Glass of Tea is worthwhile reading for those who have little knowledge of Turkey—with its multiple black-and-white photographs, on which Branning clearly prides herself, and its coverage of numerous topics relating to Turkey the work provides a useful overview of the country and its people.


Author: Debbie Macomber
Publisher: Howard Books
ISBN: 978-1-4391-0896-3

Not only is God’s Guest List truly a work worth investing in, but most likely, if you haven’t yet had the pleasure of reading Macomber’s other works, don’t be surprised if you feel the call to read others of her works once you have finished this.


Author: Susan Jay
Editor: Steve Evans
Publisher: esssjaaa llc
ISBN: 978-0-9845914-0-4

The House of Yes 
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Author: Judy McFadden
Publisher: Summit Mountain Publishing
ISBN: 0-982455-40-2

A delightful and heart-warming book, Life with McDuff is unputdownable and inspirational.


Author: Charles Brokaw
Publisher: Tom Doherty Associates, LLC
ISBN: 978-0-7653-2093-3

Excitement pulsates from the very first page of this eagerly awaited follow-up to the international and New York Times bestseller The Atlantis Code, though it does somewhat fizzle out towards the end.


Author: Tim Ostermeyer
Publisher: Synergy Books
ISBN: 0-9845040-0-1

This charming picture book tells of two red fox cubs that set out to explore the forest and the animals that live in it.


Author: Ray Sikes
Publisher: CreateSpace
ISBN: 1-4505-6169-1

Sikes’ honesty and integrity shine out from these pages, and are most refreshing in these days of over-the-top hype and gutless mudslinging. Do read him—he’s well worth it. 


A uthors: Cooper, Pat; as told to Rich Herschlag and Steve Garrin
Publisher: Square One Publishers
ISBN: 978-0-7570-0363-9

Pat Cooper’s sensitivity and insightfulness shine out from behind his ostensibly brash and offensive style in this memoir of six decades and more in show business.


Palm Trees on the Hudson: A True Story of The Mob, Judy Garland & Interior Decorating
Author: Elliot Tiber
Publisher: Square One Publishers
ISBN: 978-0-7570-0351-6


Author: Gilman, Felix
Publisher: Tom Doherty Associates
ISBN: 978-0-7653-2552-5
 
Psychological insights into the functioning of those living in the mythical old and new world are key to understanding the progression of The Half-Made World.


Author: Snyder, Jenn; with Betsy Thorpe
Publisher: Foot Soldier Publishing
ISBN: 978-0-9830782-03-3

This ennobling text was written, according to its author, Jenn Snyder, “to help inspire people to seize moments in their lives to help others.


Author: Jorge-Calderón, Doramas
Publisher: Mill City Press, Inc.
ISBN: 978-1-936107-72-8
 
Ever wished that Market Economics 101 was written in the form of an easily accessible story?


Author: Njaga, Mucheru
Publisher: M&K AuthorHouse
ISBN: 978-0615378770

Patch, Mucheru Njaga’s debut novel, was loosely based on his own experiences at the school.


Author: Hayes, Joseph
Publisher: Synergy Books
ISBN: 0-9843879-4-3

When No One Is Watching might appear at first to be a straightforward detective story, but, in fact, has far deeper and more lasting implications



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