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BOOK REVIEW: ‘The Real Peter Pan: J.M. Barrie and the Boy Who Inspired Him’

J.M. Barrie was already a successful playwright when he fell in love with the Llewelyn Davies family — mother, father, children — and from this pivotal event, the most significant of his long life, would come the work for which he remains best known, “Peter Pan, Or the Boy Who Wouldn’t Grow Up.”

BOOK REVIEW: ‘Lusitania: The Cultural History of a Catastrophe’

There have been so many books about the sinking by a German submarine of the British liner Lusitania off the Irish coast in May 1915 that you may well ask if we need another. Only the Titanic, felled by an iceberg three years earlier, spawned more books.

BOOK REVIEW: ‘House Revenge’

This is the story of Elinor Dobbs a little elderly woman in a yellow raincoat who took on the joint power of political and financial corruption in her fight to stay in her ramshackle flat.

BOOK REVIEW: ‘Scorched Earth: Restoring the Country After Obama’

“Scorched Earth: Restoring the Country After Obama” by Michael Savage is just what you’d expect from the stalwart radio talk show host — a no-holds-barred, tell-it-like-it-is recounting of leftist-controlled life under the Obama administration and warning of the potential dire decline of America if such administration policies continue under a Clinton presidency.

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