Phyllis Hanlon

Phyllis Hanlon’s book reviews have appeared in Addiction Professional, Behavioral Healthcare Tomorrow, and Science & Spirit.

Book Reviews by Phyllis Hanlon

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“Well written and quite readable . . .”

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“A thoroughly delightful book replete with humor, colorful writing, and an easygoing style . . .”

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“. . . paints a picture of Hillary Clinton as a person, praising her strengths, noting her foibles.”

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“Not merely an interesting and fun read, Pursuing the Good Life also offers some tips for achieving the same.”

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“One way to read this book . . . is as a study of the American tall tale.”

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“. . . a record of human existence—past, present, and what it might be in the future.”

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“This Pulitzer Prize winner’s universal appeal . . . shines through in Lots of Candles, Plenty of Cake . . .”

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“In addition to interviewing olive growers, harvesters, and processors, Mr.

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“The Secret Thoughts of Successful Women examines a common affliction and offers tools, insight, scientific evidence, and numerous examples that aim to banish the impostor for good

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“Life in a war zone inevitably changes a person. . . . Ms. di Giovanni deserves much credit for her ability to shift between the two worlds and still maintain her equilibrium.

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“Kathleen Sharp’s writing style leads the reader effortlessly through this horrifying saga of deceit, greed, and human destruction. . . .

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“The author offers considerable insight into the political climate in the country at that time—particularly President Woodrow Wilson’s tormented conscience regarding entry into the fray.”

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“While Waltzing with the Enemy contains an historic and personal account of life during the Holocaust, it also delves into the lasting repercussions such tragedies provoke in futur

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Nowadays it’s hard to escape it: politicians slinging mud throughout campaigns; drivers cutting off other vehicles during the morning commute; loud cell phone conversations in restaurants; coworker

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". . . affords the reader an opportunity to better know and understand their parents  . . ."