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I was impressed by this true story of Dr. Ludwig Guttman, who helped rehabilitate British paralyzed veterans during World War 2. The movie did a great job in showing his vivacious personality. He...

When the ribbon is cut opening a public building or the owners of a new house start moving in, it's not the end of the construction so much as the beginning of the life of a building that will...

I was impressed by this historical novel which tells of Iris, an Australian nurse in World War 1. It shows how her family and life are affected by the war. This book gives an interesting look at...

I enjoyed this delightful biography. Alison Singh Gee,a Chinese-American journalist, tells of a crosscultural romance and marriage to Ajay, from a noble Indian family. She finds...

Mary Roach is known for her interesting non-fiction titles, most recently "Gulp" about the alimentary process. This title is a collection of her essays from her column in the Reader's Digest. She...

Imagine a history book written by someone who hated history in school. Andrew Carroll admits to an intense dislike of memorizing names and dates, but when he realized that the train station he...

I enjoyed this dvd, 942.082 SECRETS, because it gives a private tour of Highclere, the magnificent estate that is home to Downton Abbey. This dvd features interviews with the Carnarvon family and...

Just finished Mary Beth Keane's excellent novel Fever, the story of Typhoid Mary. The quote from Julia Glass on the cover says it all: "a gripping, morally provocative story of love and survival...

I'm enjoying reading Presidential Retreats by Peter Hannaford. From George Washington to Barack Obama, Hannaford gives...

Loved, loved, loved this movie! It's the story of a wealthy quadrapalegic in Paris who hires a poor and down-on-his-luck ex-con to be his caretaker because he is tired of being pampered and pitied...

I enjoyed this book about the signers of the Declaration of Independence, because it was interesting with short biographies of each signer. I was impressed by the variety of people, from...

I enjoyed this thriller because it combines several topics. The setting is an Alaskan island but the plot deals with Russian history, the 1918 influenza epidemic and modern science, as well...

Since his beloved violin was broken, Nasser-Ali Khan, one of the most renowned musicians of his day, has lost all taste for life. Finding no instrument worthy of replacing it, he takes to his bed...

Matthew Dicks' third novel, Memoirs of an Imaginary Friend, is told from the rather interesting perspective of young...

If you're looking for a quick, but insightful, read then Lauren Oliver's Young Adult novel, Delirium, might be just the...

If you've ever wondered what it would be like to work a hotel desk, wonder no more! Heads in Beds gives a behind-the-scenes glimpse into...

This DVD(2012) is an impressive 25th Anniversary stage production of the famous Phantom of the Opera. The stage setting is spectacular and music is great, too. I like the grand...

This wonderful 3-DVD set looks at 18th century homes in Britain and the people who...

Caveat Emptor is the true story of the art forging career of Ken Perenyi, a New Jersey technical school graduate...