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Deadly Times
Publishers Weekly reviews
History buffs and scholars of the modern Age of Terror will devour this detailed account. 
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Deadly Times
Amazon Books reviews
Lew Irwin has come along and set the record straight with an historical work that will leave its footprints on the sands of time.
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Deadly Times
Amazon Books reviews
Lew Irwin has come along and set the record straight with an historical work that will leave its footprints on the sands of time.
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Deadly Times
L.A. Weekly reviews
One can only imagine how an ideologically bent, academic writer would have treated such a subject. Fortunately Irwin, a veteran L.A. television journalist, is an...
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Reality Boy
Bulletin for the Center for Children’s Books at the University of Chicago reviews
Anger has long been the driving force in Gerald’s life, a fact that first came to prominence on national television, when he was five and his family starred in the...
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Reality Boy
School Library Journal reviews
✭"King’s trademarks–attuned first-person narrative, convincing dialogue, realistic language, and fitting quirkiness–connect effectively in this disturbing, yet...
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Reality Boy
Kirkus Reviews reviews
★ "Heart-pounding and heartbreaking...This is no fairy-tale romance, but a compulsively readable portrait of two imperfect teens learning to trust each other...
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Reality Boy
Publishers Weekly reviews
★ "This is a story about healing, and although Gerald stumbles as he takes his first steps, his candor invites sympathy from the first page." --PW
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Amazon reviews
Brian Kavanagh has done it again. Another great mystery "A WICKED DESIGN" starring Belinda Lawrence and Hazel Whitby. After learning of the death of a very dear...
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This is How You Die
Beguiling Books and Art reviews
But one of my favourite stories is Ryan North’s “Cancer”, which imagines a way the machine could help treat cancer. But more importantly, it’s a very affecting,...
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For One Who Knows How to Own Land
The South Carolina Review reviews
Owens's style is direct, unadorned, and consists of simple sentence, followed by a comma, then one clause and another and another . . . . There is absolutely no...
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Checkpoint by Lisa Saffron
Midwest Book Review - Cowper's Bookshelf MBR Bookwatch Volume 7, Number 6 reviews
The Israeli/Palestinian Conflict is not simply a battle between two opposing countries – it's a conflict between two groups of people who are close enough- and are...
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aethlon reviews
  Although the term "fan fiction" might strike some as praise that is as faintly damning as "journeyman pitcher" or "utility infielder," the stories in Final...
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Austin American Statesman reviews
A number of memorable people populate Shelley Seale’s “The Weight of Silence: Invisible Children of India”: The volunteers who selflessly run the orphanages that...
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ELEMENTAL, The Power of Illuminated Love
Amazon Reviews reviews
Elemental is an excellent collaboration between poet and artist. Aberjhani constructs beautiful visions through the creative task of placing words in a most...
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Bad-Ass Faeries
Tangent Online reviews
"At The Crossroads" by Danielle Ackley-McPhail is one of the true gems in Bad-Ass Faeries. Lance is a half fae, half human motorcycle gang leader. His...
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Wall Street Journal reviews
The DNA Dilemma Grappling With Bad News From Genetic Testing By LAURA LANDRO April 5, 2008; Page W8 Pretty Is What Changes By Jessica Queller Spiegel & Grau,...
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Come, Thief
Basalt Magazine reviews
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On The Brinks
Esquire Magazine reviews
 “Naked…for years on end in a freezing cell…beatings…whatever…Millar went through it all.”
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The American Poet Who Went Home Again
Amazon Reviews reviews
The American Poet Who Went Home Again will make me do something I never do--I will re-read this soul-exploring book again and maybe again. Going home is never easy...
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