Nice list. I’ve read all of those. Interestingly enough, Sparks critiques that Kitchen book pretty convincingly, at least in my mind.
Walton’s book is very good. Hess takes a different approach to ANE studies, but I appreciate his as well.
I think you will love Sparks. I convinced Tanner to start reading it and he is in love.
I’m writing the RBL review for Sparks. I’ll send it your way when I finish.
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