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James Broderick
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James Broderick teaches English and Journalism at New Jersey City University. A former reporter and editor, he writes both non-fiction and fiction.

Books reviewed by James Broderick

The New Odyssey (03/08/17)
Tribe (02/01/17)
The Terranauts (01/04/17)
City of Dreams (11/16/16)
Hag-Seed (10/19/16)
What We Become (08/03/16)
Mothering Sunday (06/22/16)
The Loney (05/18/16)
Sunny's Nights (04/20/16)
And West Is West (11/18/15)
The Blue Guitar (11/04/15)
The Wake (10/21/15)
The Oregon Trail (08/12/15)
Paradise Sky (07/22/15)
Pirate Hunters (06/17/15)
The Black Snow (06/03/15)
The Last Unicorn (04/01/15)

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