Posts Tagged ‘Scott Haas’

Here’s the link to February’s column in the Concord Monitor (the books I reviewed are listed here.) My editor decided that after a few months of trying an “also noted” section where I mention books of local interest that I didn’t review, the column is going back to just what I have the time and inclination to read. The novels under the heading “self-published” in this column were “also noted.”

I think the Monitor has worked through it’s pay wall issues, but if the link doesn’t work for you, let me know and I’ll post the full text.


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Here’s what I’m reviewing for The Mindful Reader column that will run on 2/10/13 in the Concord Monitor.

Back of the House:the Secret Life of a Kitchen  by Cambridge food writer and psychologist Scott Haas

with shorter reviews of

The Truth About Death by Northwood, New Hampshire poet Grace Mattern.

The Promise of Stardust by Maine native Priscille Sibley.


When Doctors Don’t Listen: How to Avoid Misdiagnosis and Unnecessary Tests by doctors Leana Wen and Joshua Kosowsky

“Also noted” this month are two self-published books:

Vivian’s Window by Concord author and lawyer Jason Dennis

and Split Thirty by Concord criminal defense attorney and former Concord Monitor Board of Contributors writer Michael Davidow.


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