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1. Title:Solved Problems in Analysis As Applied to Gama

Author: Orin J. Farrell, Bertram Ross

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Publisher:Dover Pubns





Jacqueline Quackenbush Review: I was disappointed in this book. While I have some background in logic it’s in rather selective topics so I thought a book like this that was targeting beginners would be useful but, while not difficult, this books isn’t particularly accessible. It’s organized as an alphabetical list of the different logical fallacies one might encounter, with a short list at the end of the book sorting the already discussed fallacies into their various groups.

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Kumiko Lei ~Lost In A Book~ Review: **complimentary copy received from author for review purposes

Have you ever read a Danielle Allen novel? If you haven't, go get one, doesn't matter which one, any of them will do. You'll be hooked.

If you've read more than one, you know that you never get the same thing with any of them. Each one is unique, whether it's the situations, the emotions, or the humor each can hold their own.

Broken Clocks is no different. I've read the majority of Danielle's books and each one touches me differently, bu


Abdiel Cabral Review: This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. I finished reading the book "Ashes of Roses." This is another book i enjoyed reading alot. I finished reading this book in 2 weeks. Every time I would read a page, I would never want to finish. Sometimes i would even get in trouble for reading in class.

This book is all about an Irish girl named Rose who plans on living in America to start a new life. Throughout the book, more and more family members start going away and she ends up alone with her little sister Mauhreen. This book helped me under


Denise Review: Why does this series have to end?? I love these characters and I want to continue following them. I'm hoping maybe we'll at least get another novella out of it at some point. I won't give any spoilers, but there are a lot of loose ends tied up (finally!). At times, it almost felt a bit rushed -- it's definitely faster paced than the first two books in the series, but very satisfying. I will recommend that you read books 1 and 2 before starting this one. You'll be lost if you start with book 3.



Liz Review: This is the second in the Meg Jenkins and Hawk series. The FBI is receiving clues from a serial killer. The clues, written in code, are addressed to Meg and in each case refer to an abducted woman who bears a striking resemblance to Meg. In each case it's a race against time to see if the woman can be found before she's dead.

This book moves at a fast pace. I read and enjoyed the first book, but I don't feel it's necessary to have read it before starting this one. Driscoll’s writing is nothing f


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