Sunday, July 08, 2007

Today's Inquirer Reviews ...

... Cecil Johnson is impressed by Doug Stumpf's business truths disguised as fiction: Of soles and the soulless

... Michale McHale happily discovers Martin Cruz Smith's detective Arkady Renko back at work: Arkady Renko's Russia still haunted by Stalin

... Dan DeLuca finds Haruki Murakami's new novel a little underwhelming: Murakami works in a lower key.

... Scott Stein explores Brink Lindsey's views on American wealth and economic, cultural, and religious history: Cogent, coherent examination of U.S. culture now

I apologize for the delay in this posting. Like opportunity, internet connectivity can be fleeting.

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