Books reviewed by Cindy Anderson at BookBrowse.

Cindy Anderson
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Cindy Anderson holds a Ph.D. in English, specializing in 15th – 17th C. British Literature. In addition to working independently as an editor of academic essays, and a writer of online informational articles, she currently teaches in the Mays Business School at Texas A&M University. She is a self-confessed “geek” who loves reading and attending book conventions.

Books reviewed by Cindy Anderson

The Beggar King (02/06/13)
I Am J (04/20/11)
Thirteen Hours (10/06/10)
The Passage (06/09/10)
Nothing (03/17/10)
Eating Animals (01/13/10)
Leviathan (11/05/09)

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