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Published Reviews

Deadly Waters
Booklist reviews
Give this series, making its first appearance in the U.S., a chance to find its legs. When a mutilated body is found on a buoy in the middle of a harbor, DI Andy...
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The Suffocating Sea
Kirkus Reviews reviews
A nicely complex plot... Murder and arson strike too close to home for a detective investigating someone else’s case.DI Andy Horton is still smarting from the...
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Trashotron.com reviews
There used to be a time when you couldn’t escape from mass-market paperback horror and most of it was not worth your time. Mariotte keeps you entertained and gives...
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The Galloping Ghost
Sports Illustrated reviews
IT'S DIFFICULT to imagine an athlete better suited for his time than Red Grange. Born in 1903, football's first superstar played with a ballerina's grace and a...
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The Thin Red Line reviews
Forkner’s writing style and voice is fresh, unique, and insightful. It’s beautiful how she pulls you into the heart and mind of someone sheltered from life so much...
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Jen Robinson's Book Page reviews
The Dust of 100 Dogs is complex and dark (though with flashes of humor). But it's also unique and rewarding, written with a distinct voice, and featuring two very...
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A Sensible Match Book
www.romancereaderatheart.com reviews
A SENSIBLE MATCH is a sensible choice for summertime reading. It is entertaining and lively, romantic and funny. I loved watching the relationship between Abby and...
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A Sensible Match Book
www.ecataromance.com reviews
Teryl Cartwright’s A Sensible Match takes us back to a world of arranged marriages and uncertain futures. Abby wanted love in her marriage and did not want to...
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Towers of Gold: How One Jewish Immigrant Named Isaias Hellman Created California
J magazine reviews
Isaias Hellman might not have the Jewish name recognition of a Levi Strauss or an Adolph Sutro in California history, but he almost single-handedly launched the...
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FOREWORD reviews
The author arrived in Guatemala in 1991 a fresh-faced twenty-two-year-old, straight from life as a southern belle at the University of Alabama. She left at the...
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http://thefurnacereview.wordpress.com/2010/05/21/what-bright-messages/ reviews
May 21, 2010 Yes, we’ve featured Andrew Demcak’s latest book, A Single Hurt Color, before. But that was before we’d had a copy in our own hands. Now that I’ve...
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Justin Evans reviews
Girl on a Bridge Suzanne Frischkorn 60 pp., Main Street Rag $14 Suzanne Frischkorn, for her second full length collection, girl on a bridge, offers an inward look...
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The Stubborn Season
Quill & Quire reviews
"Lauren Davis’s debut novel, The Stubborn Season, is as close as you'd want to get to the Depression without being there ... meticulous research informs...
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People Magazine reviews
Three and a half (out of four) stars: Don't let the obscure title (it's from a Shel Silverstein poem, but who'll get that?) or the prep school heroine's name (...
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7 Tattoos: A Memoir in the Flesh
New Orleans Times-Picayune reviews
"Mr. Trachtenberg is a splendid, if curious, raconteur--world-class at literate whining . . . and close to that in assuming the comical stance of aesthete/thug (...
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Writing Begins with the Breath
LA Yoga reviews
Book Review Writing Begins with the Breath, Embodying Your Authentic Voice By Laraine Herring Shambala, 2007 Destiny dropped this book in my lap just in the nick...
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What Feeds Us
Poemeleon reviews
In this book, winner of the Quentin R. Howard Poetry Prize, as in her first collection, Eve’s Red Dress, Lockward is attuned to duality, the dark and the light,...
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Secrets She Left Behind
Manic Readers reviews
Secrets She Left Behind is an eloquently written and insightful novel. The story is seamless and the first person point of view for each character is fresh and...
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Bermudaonion's weblog reviews
Since The Disappearance of Irene Dos Santos by Margaret Mascarenhas is full of characters and is told in a non-linear fashion from different points of view, I had...
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Front page of book reviews
"Compelling. Frank. Funny. Disturbing. Michael Anthony loses his innocence in a slow motion train wreck you can’t help but watch. Mass Casualties opens up a brand...
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