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Publishers Weekly reviews
"The right wing is eroding women's reproductive rights, and America's pro-choice majority must sound the battle cry, writes Feldt, president of Planned Parenthood...
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Amazon.com reviews
Women's reproductive rights are under the greatest threat we've faced in the past thirty years," writes Gloria Feldt, president of Planned Parenthood Federation of...
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Book Reviews reviews
In her thought-provoking book, The War on Choice, Gloria Feldt raises an alarm. Her intention is not to present a nuanced discussion regarding the abortion debate...
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Tourist Development Council's mothly newsletter reviews
KEY WEST BY THE BOOK By Carol Shaughnessy Florida Keys News Bureau From a literary standpoint, Key West is best known as the one-time home of Tennessee Williams...
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Los Angeles Times reviews
“In every chapter, [Huber] weaves stories of her activist life with richly imagined scenes of her grandfather, reconstructing his life from anecdotes and...
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The Marin Independant Journal reviews
When Max Sindell was a kid, adults inundated him with books about how to cope with divorce. He remembers one: "The Dinosaurs Divorce," about Mommy and Daddy...
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The Book Connection reviews
THE RIVER, BY MOONLIGHT is a powerful, gripping story. Exquisitely written, filled with diverse, well developed characters, and brimming with rich descriptions,...
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nycBigCityLit_Reviews reviews
Margo Berdeshevsky achieves an unusual trinity in her first book of poems, But a Passage in Wilderness. The collection is wonderfully experimental, exceptionally...
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Dirty Words: A Literary Encyclopedia of Sex
Penthouse reviews
Ellen Sussman has compiled the outrageous book we all wish we could've snuck into our school bookbags. — Penthouse
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Elle Magazine reviews
School's out, but you can still expand your mind and possibly your repertoire by picking up Ellen Sussman's DIRTY WORDS: A Literary Encyclopedia of Sex (Bloomsbury...
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Front page of book reviews
"If you are afraid of the TRUTH don’t read this book. SPC Michael Anthony’s personal experience of WAR has no censor. Reading his book is a journey into the...
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Front page of book reviews
"Michael Anthony's book Mass Casualties is unique and important. It is unique because it is written from the perspective of an army medic and provides insights...
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A Year in the Life of a "Working" Writer.
Donna Shepherd reviews
I've been reading Ernie Witham's columns for several years, and love his sense of humor. I looked forward to reading A Year in the Life of a "Working" Writer. I...
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CITY OF DRAGONS ...  next Valentine's Day, leave more than your heart in 1940 San Francisco.
Petaluma Argus-Courier reviews
Kelli Stanley would have made Chandler proud. She writes us into an authentic world of urban brutality where someone like Miranda Corbie can survive without...
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Simply Stacie reviews
I like to read…a lot…..from self help books to romance novels, I’ll read them all! The Chimera Seed is one of those books that you just can’t put down! Plus the...
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The Crowded Leaf reviews
“Upon arriving at the house, he paused to look at the statue of Venus one last time. No rainbow emanated from her shoulders and the cloudy, gray sky seemed to...
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Library Journal reviews
Biologist Cassie Roux, a rare red lupus garou raised in the wild by real wolves, has devoted her life to keeping the wolves safe and her true identity secret. Now...
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The Writers' Center reviews
In memoir, it can be dangerously easy to force a life that is, as most lives are, messy and non-linear into a sentimental and familiar plot structure. Satterfield...
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The Oregonian reviews
"Throughout his final years, Mailer's mind was as sharp as ever and the work ethic that produced more than 40 books remained strong. He was also generous and...
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Chapter 16 reviews
unlike Taylor Branch's trilogy on the civil rights era, which lionizes King, Lewis focuses instead on the young activists and the way the early rush of triumph and...
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