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Published Reviews

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BusinessWeek reviews
"A fascinating chronicle" and "a twisted tale filled with big egos, beautiful backdrops, and charismatic-yet-flawed characters who pull off towering feats and then...
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The New York Times reviews
Asimov finds The House of Mondavi "clear," "detailed," and "compelling." He writes: "Call it Greek tragedy or Shakespearean drama, Biblical strife, Freudian...
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Vinography - www.vinography.com reviews
"With stellar reporting and clear, enjoyable writing Julia Flynn Siler... describes the long rise and sharp descent of California's most iconic vintner," writes W...
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The Last Queen
Publishers Weekly reviews
The 1492 conquest of Granada makes for high adventure and royal intrigue in this second sparkling historical from Gortner (The Secret Lion). Spanish Princess Juana...
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BC Magazine reviews
"Seabird, the debut novel by Sherry Thompson, is reminiscent of Lewis's classic series in terms of the rich fantasy world the author has crafted . . . . . . "The...
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River
CK2S Kwips and Kritiques reviews
No one would ever guess that RIVER is a debut novel unless you told them! Skyla Dawn Cameron has perfectly captured the angst of the teenage years in a format...
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River
ParanormalRomance Reviews reviews
This is a terrific book, filled with unique and well-drawn characters, realistic dialogue, and a great deal of humor, as River has to deal with a sudden and...
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Booklist, Starred Review reviews
"Schrand’s deeply textured memoir of life in a small Idaho town boasts a rich palette of glittering iridescent hues, somber earth tones, and delicate, evocative...
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Virgins And Martyrs: An Aria Quynn Novel
The Mystery Gazette; Harriet Klausner Reviews reviews
Virgins and Martyrs-E. L. Merkel Virgins and Martyrs E. L. Merkel Five Star, Apr 2008, $25.95 ISBN: 9781594146350 In Spanish Bay, Florida, a powerful bomb...
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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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Gather reviews
Terry Spear’s wolves are neither wild not tame. They live in small towns, keeping their identity secret from their human friends, running hospitals, schools,...
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Book reviews
Leslie Davenport is an inspiring therapist and healer with a depth to her work that makes her an alchemist of the heart. She has a way of accompanying patients...
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Starquest
Long And Short Reviews reviews
Ms. Lyn does a great job making surprise characters, like Jaii and other ships’ computers, seem ordinary. And, it’s refreshing that various characters share a...
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Starquest
The Pen and Muse reviews
This wonderful tale takes place in a trouble time. A time in which the Union’s stranglehold on Earth is strong and the enemy, the Grakk's have spies lurking in...
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Publishers Weekly reviews
"The seven far-out stories in Goldfaden's impressive debut explore the absurd without giving in to it. The first story, 'The Veronese Circle,' encapsulates a four-...
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Kirkus Reviews reviews
“In lyrical, honest language, a painter describes her adolescence in a New York psychiatric hospital…Complex, chilling, luminous: not one false step.”
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Pop Culture Junkie reviews
The Brightest Moon of the Century is one of my favorite kinds of stories. It explores a large portion of one person's life. You get to see how a person grows and...
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Blog Critics reviews
This is the first novel by short story writer Christopher Meeks, author of the acclaimed collections "The Middle-Aged Man and the Sea" and "Months and Seasons."...
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The Sunday Tribune reviews
Set in the U.K., Inglistan is Rajesh Talwar’s debut novel. It portrays various faces of England and highlights the life of Indian immigrants there. The protagonist...
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Sun Sentinel reviews
"Craig McDonald gives a peek behind the creative curtain with this illuminating compilation of 16 author interviews. McDonald shows his skill at getting writers to...
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