Professional Media | Social Sciences Reviews

A helpful resource for any library or museum staff dealing with local historical assets; a required text for any library administrator or staff looking to create better technology support services; a helpful tool for librarians looking to delve into social media or further harness it in new ways

Considering Education | Social Sciences Reviews

A detailed telling of how modern education may not match every students needs; a helpful tool for any parent seeking advice to address their child’s needs; honest insight into the available options for children’s education and the roles parents play

Rural Living | Fiction Reviews

A heartwarming story about the power of family, this novel of modern pioneering will engage many readers; for readers of contemporary literary fiction that plumbs the depths of rural American experience, especially that of women

Dublin Thrillers | Fiction Reviews

A well-crafted thriller that will leave readers on the edge of their seats; told by two competing narrators, this story is filled with twists that have readers wanting more

Televised Revolutions | Arts & Humanities Reviews

A must for anyone interested in learning about the creation of In Living Color, and the introduction of several well known comedians to the entertainment industry; Highly recommended for anyone interested in the shift within the entertainment industry from male dominated to female powered.

Renoir Reading | Arts & Humanities Reviews

Highly recommended for all art collections highlighting history and aesthetics; a new look at the intimacy within the paintings of Renoir; this new biography of Renoir shines a fresh light on misconceptions regarding the painter

Government Surveillance and Declassified Documents | Reference eReviews

THOSE OF US WHO can bear to watch the news have learned much more about the intelligence-gathering capabilities of both governments and nongovernmental entities over the course of the last year than we probably care to know. What the resources examined here tell us is that governments have been in this business for a very long time.

Raybourn’s Pick of the Month, Cleeves, Gardner, Kallentoft/Lutteman, Kepler, Shames, Siger, Nordic Noir | Mystery & Suspense Reviews

Raybourn’s intricately plotted and dramatic story features the independent, intellectual equal of the brooding Stoker; this atmospheric mystery vividly captures a diverse, contemporary Los Angeles that will still be recognizable to Raymond Chandler readers; a must-read for aficionados of golden age mysteries; the shiver-inducing Sandman will have you turning pages until the cliff-hanger ending

Kabuki Theater, Gotham by Gaslight, Louis Malle’s Paris, Night of the Living Dead, Tom Jones, Family Drama | Trailers: What’s Coming on DVD/Blu-ray |

From Batman: Gotham by Gaslight to Night of the Living Dead to classic Tom Jones

Glory, Kedi, The Madness of King George, Rebecca, Ronin | Fast Scans: Top Foreign & Indie Picks

Kristina Grozeva and Petar Valchanov adroitly skewer a corrupt bureaucracy; Ceyda Torun’s purr-fect meditation on the nature of felines and the people who love them; Oscar-winning art direction reigns in this HD debut; John Frankenheimer reestablishes his chops as an action-thriller director with Ronin