The June issue of the Internet Review of Books is on-line now. The IRB is a top-rate source for book reviews and this edition is no different. There are a dozen non-fiction reviews, five fiction reviews, two poetry reviews, one "flash back" review, a great list of summer reads, and a brief review section. It is enough to inspire any reader.
My review of The Farmer's Daughter, a new volume of three novellas by Jim Harrison, is in the Brief Review section. It is another entertaining book by my favorite living author -- well worth reading.
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