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amazon.co.uk reviews
Very well written and keeps you interested. Keeps you turning the pages like a binding thriller, except that it's a real life story. It makes you say to yourself...
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Book Cover - Time Will Tell
amazon.co.uk reviews
You have got to read this book! It is an A M A Z I N G tale of a young boy's journey growing up in his father's country. If you are not aware of the culture in...
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Caribousmom reviews
He knew the way to find the right person. He should use the same approach that had always served him well: the scientific method. Use the scientific method for...
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Creative Acts of Healing: after a baby dies
Borders.com reviews
Very sensitive story of how a woman learns to accept the loss of her newborn child. Suprisingly open and despite the tragic topic not a heavy and depressing book,...
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Creative Acts of Healing: after a baby dies
Borders.com reviews
Creative Acts of Healing is an eloquent testament to the resilience of the human spirit. Van Praag provides the reader with an autobiographical account of the...
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Creative Acts of Healing: after a baby dies
Resources Hotline - The World Pastoral Care Center, Elgin, IL reviews
"'What do we do now?' is a question I have heard all too often in working with the bereaved. Bereaved parents can easily become stuck in the horror and terror...
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Creative Acts of Healing: after a baby dies
Hartford Courant, Hartford, CT reviews
"Nothing seemed worth the bother after Ariane died. Judith van Praag had long made her living in the theater, but that seemed petty now. She couldn't bring...
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Creative Acts of Healing: after a baby dies
The New Times (Seattle) paper edition reviews
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On A Silver Platter
AfterEllen.com reviews
Linda Morganstein’s Alexis Pope mystery series is filled with intrigue, humor and genuine suspense...As with the two previous Alexis Pope books, On A Silver...
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On A Silver Platter
Reviews by Amos Lassen reviews
I have been reading Linda Morganstein for about three or four years now and the only problem that I have is that when I finish one, I have to wait a while until...
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Internet Review of Books reviews
A magician never tells how his magic works, and we don’t want to know. But Stephen Evans’ first novel gives us all the pieces to put together. Propelled by a...
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HR Examiner reviews
Donna Ballman is an employee-side employment lawyer who has been practicing 25 years. She knows her stuff. Best of all, she can write. Ballman completely won me...
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Geographies of Light
Arab Studies Quarterly, Vol. 34 No. 2 reviews
   The theme of light and geography throughout the volume plots the layers of family and history through three continents and over several generations....
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Chains & Mirrors
Rattle reviews
Alex Grant is a native Scot currently living in North Carolina. His manuscript, Chains & Mirrors, won the 2006 Randell Jarrell/Harperprints poetry contest and...
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Various publications reviews
"Ganahl is at her best when she embraces the very real and understandable contradictions inherent in being an unmarried, unattached, older woman. 'Who am I kidding...
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Bookgasm reviews
Schmidt charms with a simple tale and draws it with an appropriate clean crispness.
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Daughters of the Revolution
The New Yorker reviews
It is 1969, and Carole Faust, one of this dexterous novel's several protagonists, becomes the first female student at a boys' boarding school in Massachusetts, "a...
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San Francisco Chronicle reviews
Model and artist walk a fine line A German and Israeli in exile form a bond, but each has baggage Reviewed by Charles Matthews Sunday, May 28, 2006 Blue Nude By...
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Alms for  Oblivion by Bryce Milligan
Bloomsbury Review reviews
Embarking on an ambitious, solemn, and passionate quest into a maze of his own making, the muse-poet in Bryce Milligan's latest collection of...
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Library Journal reviews
Not for the faint of heart, this debut novel will keep readers glued to the very last page.
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