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Channel 2, France reviews
“The book of the summer…If you read only one book, read The Year of Fog.”
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Le Figaro, France: "The Great Successes of the Summer" reviews
À la Fnac, Laurence Deschamps, chef de produit littérature, est ravie : « Le polar et la fiction se vendent encore mieux que l'été dernier. On sent que les gens...
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MODERN CONSERVATIVE reviews
erpt from One Night, Two Teams: Alabama vs. USC and the Game That Changed a Nation By Steven Travers Bill, I've just handed the South to the Republicans for fifty...
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PITTSBURGH POST-GAZETTE reviews
Who is Barry Bonds? Is he the arrogant player who skips the team picture shoot two years in a row, or the loving father who does anonymous charity work for kids?...
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Forgetting English
Reading Local Seattle reviews
The most emblematic story is the excellent tale, “The Road to Hana,” which hinges on a suggested mystery and division between Ethan and Sue, the couple in the...
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The Daily Beast reviews
A comic turned novelist debuts a dark tale. If you’re familiar with Teri Coyne’s former life as a stand-up comedian, get ready for something very, very different....
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RedRoom reviews
OUTWARD BOUND “Stone walls do not a prison make, nor iron bars a cage.” * But for mystics, the disabled and convalescent, those in enclosed orders, those dedicated...
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McClatchy-Tribune News Service reviews
Becoming the boss of your own destiny is the theme of Ernie Zelinski's Career Success Without a Real Job. He should know. Twenty-five years ago, the author was...
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LOS ANGELES TIMES reviews
On Sept. 12, 1970, USC played Alabama on a sultry night in Birmingham. By the numbers, the Trojans prevailed handily, 42-21. And yet, by all accounts, the Crimson...
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My Life Map
Angela Amman reviews
Untangling the different strands of my life goals can seem daunting at times. With only so many hours in a day and so many weeks in a year, I can fall into the...
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A Journey into Michelangelo's Rome
the Perceptive Travel Blog reviews
"Written by Angela K. Nickerson, A Journey into Michelangelo’s Rome looks like a coffee table book and acts like a travel guide and history/art lesson. It is also...
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Mediterranean Summer hardcover
Chow.com reviews
The personal chef journal is everywhere these days (thank you, Anthony Bourdain). Haven’t got your fill? Here’s a new twist: a chef on a boat. Mediterranean Summer...
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Harley's Ninth
VOYA reviews
Harley Columba first appeared in Harley, Like a Person (Winslow, 2000/VOYA October 2000) where readers were introduced to her very difficult family life-her...
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Months and Seasons & Other Stories
Book Club Classics reviews
Short stories can be a bit of an acquired taste, especially for readers who enjoy living with characters for hours, days, even weeks. On the other hand, a well-...
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The Times Literary Supplement reviews
From The Times Literary Supplement December 24, 2004 Being Derrida Josh Cohen PORTRAIT OF JACQUES DERRIDA AS A YOUNG JEWISH SAINT. Helene Cixous. Translated from...
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Good Books- Reviews of good books related to Small Business, Personal Finance and Self Improvement. reviews
"Journalist Geri Spieler met would-be assassin Sara Jane Moore while she was in prison; Taking Aim at the President is based on over two decades of interviews as...
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An Enviromystery
The Hindu reviews
It is a full moon night. The Green Ghost sends blood curdling cries and romps around with thunder-like din. Monika, who is on a holiday to Nainital to visit her...
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The Commercial Appeal reviews
"...a sheen of elegance and terror; one is reminded, in Barnes' language and locution, of Don DeLillo's scalpel-sharp delineation of American corporate culture and...
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When Falls the Colesium: A Journal of American Culture (or lack thereof) reviews
ryant Simon, author of Everything but the Coffee: Learning about America from Starbucks, is a history professor at Temple University in Philadelphia and has spent...
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