Answered By: Maureen Perry
Last Updated: Jan 23, 2015     Views: 3

Academic Search Complete is a good starting choice: be sure to start with only the key terms.  If you get a lot, then you can get more specific.  Narrowing by date would be effective, as that book only came out in 2012.  Book reviews are tricky, though, and I didn't find one in ASC either.

Using OneSearch is a good option, because it searches across a wide range of catalogs, databases, etc.  Also, you can limit for Book Reviews as a content type.  Make sure that you uncheck reviews when you first go to Content Type: book reviews are blocked unless you do so.

Start at the library homepage   Instead of the Databases A-Z link you'd use the search box in the center of the page.


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