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Local Flavors

If you prefer Double Cola over Coke, can’t live without Grippos chips, and have a family recipe for burgoo, you were probably born in this area. Those of us that aren’t from Southwestern Indiana can learn more about the local flavors by checking out these area cookbooks. Newburgh Entertains was published in 1998 by The […]

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Step into the Supernatural..

Every  now and then, I feel the need to read a book based solely on the catchy title or pretty picture.   So that is exactly what I did with this book, I mean, face it with a title like, Demon’s are a Girl’s Best Friend, how could I resist?! And the cover art isn’t too […]

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Murder and Mayham in the Big Easy…

In a new book by Heather Graham, Phantom Evil, Harrison Investigations is at it again.  Tortured by past experiences, former behavioral expert Jackson Crow is now working with Harrison Investigations in a high profile killing.  After the death of his former partners, he is unsure whether it is a step in the right direction or […]

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Annoying: The Science of What Bugs Us

Each and every one of us is annoyed by someone, something or some action.  What is the cause of this annoyance? What is going inside our brains, when we are annoyed? What parts of our body are the most stressed when annoyed? These questions and more are discussed in this intriguing book. Annoying: The Science […]

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It’s Grilling Season!

The Memorial Day weekend marks the unofficial start of summer. And summer means cooking outdoors. Whether you’re a novice griller or a whiz on the Weber, we have a cookbook for you.   Backyard Grilling by Jim and Ann Casada, Kate Fiduccia, and Teresa Marrone is a great book for first time grillers. With step-by-step […]

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