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Season of the Wolf
Horror World.org reviews
This might be the most ambitious novel Jeff Mariotte has ever written.  Aside from a large cast of characters, Jeff has managed to work in the politically...
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"Iron"
Al-Khemia Poetica reviews
"Zabrisky has hit the ground running with a strong literary debut that furthers the great tradition of Russian literature into the 21st century." “These are...
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Wayworn Wooden Floors
Prairie Fire Review of Books reviews
It’s hard not to notice and be moved by the dedication of this book to the memory of Alden Nowlan, and I find it comforting that a relatively young man like Mark...
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The Proxy Assassin"
ForeWord Magazine reviews
The Proxy Assassin Book Three of the American Spy Trilogy ForeWord Review “Dumb cowards live longer than smart heroes,” quips reluctant spy Hal Schroeder as his...
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The Manhattan Review reviews
  New & Selected Poems, 1957-present. Red Hen Press, 202 pp. $24.95 (paperback) This humorous, thoughtful, and delightful poet expresses a childlike but...
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"Iron"
http://georgedanderson.blogspot.com.au/ reviews
"The writing is clear & highly sensuous & which immediately sweep the reader into her quirky, dark world. The stories are raw but with an extraordinary...
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One A Day Y.A. reviews
This book was so powerful. It made me realise how little I know about people who are mentally challenged, and how very little the world knows about what their...
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National Post reviews
What Happened to Ivy will both make you cry and question your own feelings when it comes to the meaning of mercy. I recommend this smart novel to older readers...
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NewPages.com reviews
What is most refreshing about this novel is its honesty. So many novels with young protagonists shy away from giving characters real-life problems to negotiate....
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Maria's Mudpuddle reviews
For such a little book, this novel really tackles a big topic, and I admire how sensitive and honest Kathy Stinson‘s writing is. Although I have never lived with...
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East Eats West
Blogster.com reviews
Andrew Lam’s California is one of cultural collision, a land of fusion cuisine and religious diversity, a land shaped byimmigrants and the spices they bring...
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Publishers Weekly reviews
Jones’s excellent new historical (after the prequel, White Heart) reimagines the world of 13th-century Europe and the dramatic true story of four sisters who...
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Touch
The Hindu Literary Review reviews
MEENA KANDASAMY is a feisty new entrant into the duck-pool called Indian English poetry. In Touch, she makes a Rimbaudian attempt at clearing the decks and telling...
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Mrs.Giggles.com reviews
Jessica Inclán's Reason To Believe was previously released in trade paperback format back in 2006. It has been given a sexier cover more in vogue with the current...
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Jaclyn
T. Jefferson Parker and Clive Cussler reviews
“Alexander’s novel is everything you’d expect in a sequel to Time After Time. The sweep of history through time travel is dazzling, the characters are...
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Jaclyn
Felix Palma reviews
"H. G. Wells meets the Computer Age in this fascinating variation on the time-travel theme. A dazzling succession of plots, adventures and hairpin turns, smoothly...
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Inspiring Gardeners for 100 Years: Horticulture magazine reviews
From interview: "I think dirt is the reason I have spent my whole life in the South," offers Huntsville, Alabama poet, Bonnie Roberts, whose poem "Take Me Down...
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San Francisco Chronicle reviews
"Much of 'Dying Words,' a new novel by former Chronicle City Editor Ken Conner (whose nom de plume is K. Patrick Conner), is set in the Chronicle newsroom. I...
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Encyclopedia of the Harlem Renaissance by Aberjhani and Sandra L. West
Amazon.com reviews
"The writing is superb. The passages are about 1-4 pages each, and they confront the reader with the snap, crackle and pop of concise, crisp journalistic prose."...
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The Banquet Bug
The Asian Review of Books reviews
Yan leads the readers into a labyrinth of "phoney" things: freelance journalists from phantom newsgroups, flashing cameras that produce no photograph,...
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