Robert Bailey is the writer of “Between Black and White” that I will review next week. His debut novel, “The Professor”, won the 2014 Beverly Hills Book Award for legal thriller of the year and was an Amazon bestseller, spending several weeks at #1 in the legal thriller category. I requested the 10 Questions from this author because of how invested I became in “Between Black and White”. Bailey’s writing is compelling, as are his responses to our 10 Questions.
Faith and doubt in Western literature.
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Love her or hate her, Alison Arngrim writes a mean memoire.
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Not just another *diet* book or *way of living* outline, this book looks at the biology of the human body and how foods can affect your hunger.
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Laughter truly is the best medicine. Catnapped! isn’t just funny… it’s sidesplitting funny.
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Suspenseful ride, twists and turns, a story travels at incredible speeds. Except…
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Vivid characters living their lives in a touching and compelling story.
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Outside of my typical reading genre, this book is a re-read from 2011. What will this book nerd think this time around?
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Matt and Bubba… not exactly the names of talking dogs who deliver the benefits of being positive. And yet they do…
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