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Published Reviews

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The Irish Times reviews
“One can read this work of non-fiction as if it were a sensational novel – with progressive feminist implications.”
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ACM netWorker reviews
Admittedly, the idea of a computer scientist, even a top-tier one like Ari Juels, writing fiction concerned me at first. It’s not that a computer scientist can’t...
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Blood Passion: The Ludlow Massacre and Class War in the American West
The New Yorker reviews
The review is of Thomas Andrews' Killing for Coal but draws also from Blood Passion, which Crain describes as "a lively journalistic account."
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The Peep Diaries: How We're Learning to Love Watching Ourselves and Our Neighbors
The Daily Loaf reviews
It’s strange not only what we share but how compulsive we have become about sharing. And it goes beyond sharing. In person, we can be private, almost secretive....
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Mysterious messenger
Midwest Book Reviews reviews
GHOST ORCHID by D.K. Christi L&L Dreamspell P.O. Box 1984 Friendswood, TX 77549-1984 www.lldreamspell.com ISBN 9781603181365 Mel, consumed by her love for a...
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CITY OF DRAGONS ...  next Valentine's Day, leave more than your heart in 1940 San Francisco.
RT Book Reviews, February 2010 Issue reviews
4 1/2 Stars - Top Pick! "In this terrific book, Stanley puts all the right elements together to make the first in her new series a winner ... Stanley sharpens...
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CITY OF DRAGONS ...  next Valentine's Day, leave more than your heart in 1940 San Francisco.
Publishers Weekly reviews
Set in San Francisco in 1940, Stanley's stunning first in a new series introduces a gutsy, independent heroine who isn't always likable. As the city celebrates the...
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In These Times reviews
Opening Lines: When Bryant Simon’s book, Everything but the Coffee: Learning about America from Starbucks (University of California Press, 2009) arrived in my...
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A Year in the Life of a "Working" Writer.
Santa Barbara Independent reviews
Montecito Journal columnist Ernie Witham writes to achieve what many consider to be the highest of all arts: generating laughs. His new A Year in the Life of a "...
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HTMLGiant reviews
Keith Gessen’s list of top short fiction from 2009, including Dreams Where I Can Fly, by Eric Barnes, a story that is, in part, the opening to Barnes’ novel...
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New York Times Sunday Book Review reviews
"What’s amazing is how much of Cullen’s book still comes as a surprise. I expected a story about misfits exacting vengeance, because that was my memory of the...
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Indy Week reviews
Nice review of Little Green Pig's production of Donald as a play: "At the center of the minimal but striking set (which was designed by the protean O'Berski), Alex...
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Robin Gerber, Author of Eleanor vs Ike: A Novel reviews
A Woman’s Way takes readers into the heart of a free-thinking feminist struggling against her times in 19th century France. Told with boldness and passion, this...
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The New York Times reviews
“We are formed by what we desire,” says Billy Dean, the fatherless narrator and chief hero of John Irving’s 13th novel, “In One Person.” Irving likes to track his...
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The Hits Just Keep on Coming: The History of Top 40 Radio
KRT News Wire reviews
Ben Fong-Torres tells how (Omaha radio station owner) Todd Storz and his program director, Bill Stewart, noticed how patrons at a bar kept playing the same few...
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The Seattle Times reviews
The Peace Corps volunteers I've met are a singularly humble bunch. They never brag of bravery, rarely name-drop diseases and usually refrain from dazzling language...
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Sage Woman Magazine reviews
Reviewer Barbara Ardinger calls the novel "a complex, sometimes disturbing, sometimes enchanting fairy tale about a long line of Sicilian* women who worship...
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HEROES ARISE by Laurel Anne Hill
Lady Ozma's Blog reviews
Futuristic Romance - Heroes Arise: OK, this one I had to read. This was a gift from an author for interviewing her. My last year was so nightmarish that we don't...
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The Dead Sea Codex
Mississippi Valley Archaeology Center reviews
"...Sarah Wisseman’s second entry in the Lisa Dona hue series is entertaining and satisfying. It is a slim volume (only 150 pages in length) and this is a...
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Morningcable.com reviews
Poetic and lyrical, the novel aspires to create an impressive array of metaphor, mysticism, and reality within the juxtaposition of 8 protagonists, each...
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