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Doubt: A History by Jennifer Hecht
Doubt: A History by Jennifer Hecht
5.0 out of 5 stars Massive!, 11 April 2013
Amazingly massive book! Intensely informative and erudite, it was a lot more than I bargained for. I had expected something rather short and concise, boy did I underestimate Doubt's history! Jennifer Hecht does an amazing job with this book, both in pacing it and in writing a very accessible text that is compact but never dry. I would recommend it to just about anyone because it is historically and philosophically significant and though the text handles 'doubt' it is inoffensive (unlike a lot of other texts I'm sure people of religious or spiritual persuasions have come upon), instead it is simply informative.

Fantastic job JH! This book could and should be read by anyone and… Read more
Criminal Minds - Season 7 [DVD] <b>DVD</b> ~ Shemar Moore
Criminal Minds - Season 7 [DVD] DVD ~ Shemar Moore
5.0 out of 5 stars Strong as ever!, 11 April 2013
I felt a little bit nervous about buying season 7 without having seen most of it, I wasn't sure it was going to measure up to the other six seasons. My fears were unfounded - season 7 is fantastic! It's classic CM and all of my favorites are back together again (by curtesy of the first episode which more or less renders a large part of season 6 moot... the Prentiss story line was clearly a gamble that failed miserably and though I don't appreciate washing your hands of entire story arcs in this case it was the best thing they could do)

All in all a great season with a lot of strong stand-alone episodes.
Dominance in Dogs: Fact or Fiction? by Barry Eaton
3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Very interesting!, 11 April 2013
A very interesting "essay" I would say, I very much appreciated the read - though it's so short I wouldn't really describe it as a book but more of an essay. It has a lot of interesting information and the author is clearly learned in the topic. I don't really think it's worth the price however, as mentioned is really short and though it's interesting it's not exactly ''packed'' with information. If it had been part of a collection of essays it would have been one of the best but as a stand alone book, in the end, it's a let down.

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