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Published Reviews

Mediterranean Summer hardcover
San Francisco Examiner reviews
I couldn't put down David Shalleck's account of working as the sole cook on a 125-foot schooner owned by an extravagantly wealthy Italian couple as it sailed along...
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The Post-War Dream [2008]
Los Angeles Times reviews
Hollis' scouring memories of war are dramatic and evocative, to be sure, but it's the little things, like Hollis' unearthing green plastic toy soldiers in his...
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Friends of Radio 3 reviews
"The contrasts between black and white are understated: an old world and a new; the enterprising Rejoice has more to him than the prosaic Warren; the...
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Beer, Blood & Cornmeal
The Metro (Silicon Valley) reviews
"(Beer, Blood and Cornmeal) just makes you want to don a leopard skin and get paid 20 bucks to go in the ring and beat up a dude...
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Library Journal reviews
Two weeks after Queller's maternal grandmother died from kidney failure, her mother was diagnosed with metastasized ovarian cancer. Eleven months after she, too,...
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Kirkus Reviews reviews
Television writer Queller recalls testing positive at age 34 for the BRCA-1 gene mutation and her subsequent decision to undergo a double mastectomy. In 2002, the...
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Publishers Weekly reviews
TV writer Queller (The Gilmore Girls) was 31, single and healthy when her mother succumbed to ovarian cancer at the age of 58, having battled breast cancer six...
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The Gift: ESP: The Extraordinary Experiences of Ordinary People
Journal of Scientific Exploration reviews
  Research in parapsychology has tended to follow at least two different avenues of exploration. Many researchers have continued the work of J.B. Rhine by...
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Publishers Weekly reviews
Evans demonstrates his playwright’s mastery of dialogue and tension in his accomplished and whimsical first novel about love and the bizarre behavior it ignites....
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Genetic Programming and Evolvable Machines reviews
"I found Amos' writing style very forthcoming, clear and friendly. It was a pleasure to read the book... Detailed analysis of the complexity and...
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The Flag Keeper
The Midwest Book Review reviews
The Flag Keeper is a flat-spined softcover book designed to teach young children about the American flag. Simple color illustrations follow the bear girl Elizabeth...
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Killer by Dave Zeltserman
The Boston Globe reviews
Dave Zeltserman is at it again writing about ex-con antiheroes with the kind of panache that would make Jim Thompson, king of the psycho killer novels, proud. In...
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Peter and the Whimper-Whineys
Portland Book Reviews and also American Chronicle reviews
Do you have a whiney child? Then they need to meet Peter the whiney rabbit who lives in the forest and whines from morning till night. Peter and the Whimper-...
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Death-Defying Acts
New Southerner reviews
Louisville poet and journalist Erin Keane’s haunting new collection of circus-themed poems comes with a price: reading this book forces us to admit our fascination...
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Amazon reviews
Quense also shows his keen interest in matters anthropological and ethnographic in his revealing of the origins of Gunderland in "a godly sneeze," termed the "Big...
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LOLA,CALIFORNIA, the new novel by Edie Meidav (comes out July 5, 2011)
The Daily Beast reviews
‘Lola, California’ By Edie Meidav. 448 pages. Farrar, Straus and Giroux. $28. Edie Meidav's Lola, California is titled after the name two girls, Lana and Rose,...
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The Radiant City - Paperback
The Paris Voice reviews
In her beautiful new novel, “The Radiant City,” Canadian writer Lauren B. Davis evokes a Paris that is decidedly on the edge, a city in which everyone has come...
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Self-Publishing Review reviews
SPOILER ALERT! It’s a high-concept tale that could easily form the basis of a Hollywood blockbuster or season-long television narrative, such as 24.
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Silkki's Reviews reviews
There are so many great aspects in this book the thrills and suspense keep you on the edge of your seat...
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The Little Russian
Booklist reviews
“(A) sweeping saga… from its grim depiction of war’s depredations to its harsh portrayals of anti-Semitism to its fiery love story. A mesmerizing read.” —...
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