Tuesday Evening Book Reviews

The Atlantic raises and eyebrow at MY BEAUTIFUL MOMMY, a picture book to explain plastic surgery and mommy-makeovers to the short-pants set, by Dr. Michael Alexander Salzhauer.

ALL THINGS SHINING: READING THE WESTERN CLASSICS TO FIND MEANING IN A SECULAR AGE, by Hubert Dreyfus and Sean Dorrance Kelly, doesn’t find an enthusiastic champion at The New Republic.

EVERY DAY BY THE SUN: A MEMOIR OF THE FAULKNERS OF MISSISSIPPI, by Dean Faulkner Wells, is a hit at The Los Angeles Times.

And THE PEACH KEEPER, by Sarah Addison Allen, weaves through the genres on some liquid prose, says The Denver Post.

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