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Big City, Bad Blood
Lansing State Journal reviews
A knockout . . . Chercover's atmospheric, violent, taut tale is easily a candidate for one of the best crime novels of the year.
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Big City, Bad Blood
Jackson Clarion-Ledger reviews
The best detective novel you will read this year. A realistic, scorching read.
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Big City, Bad Blood
Publishers Weekly reviews
Impressive. . .The author's considerable storytelling and characterization gifts compare favorably to those of Loren D. Estleman and other established masters of...
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Big City, Bad Blood
Associated Press reviews
[Chercover's] varied life experiences no doubt contribute to the gritty romanticism with which he portrays both his characters and the Chicago streets they inhabit...
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Big City, Bad Blood
South Florida Sun-Sentinel reviews
Authors such as Laura Lippman, Robert Crais, Steve Hamilton and S.J. Rozan continue to refresh this sub-genre. To that list, add Chicago author Sean Chercover,...
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Big City, Bad Blood
Chicago Tribune reviews
An impressively talented crime novelist . . . Chercover takes on two vicious and deadly industries: the Chicago Outfit and the Hollywood film business. He...
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Big City, Bad Blood
Chicago Sun-Times reviews
BIG CITY, BAD BLOOD is Sean Chercover's love letter to Chicago, and it is every bit as complex and conflicted as Ray Dudgeon, the private eye who travels its...
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Big City, Bad Blood
Detroit Free Press reviews
Thrilling. **** (4 out of 4 stars)
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Kirkus Reviews reviews
Gosline and Bossi's latest collaboration is an ideal gift for a newborn. Devoting one spread to each month of the year, Gosline outlines some of the personality...
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Chico Enterprise Record/ Buzz Arts Supplement reviews
Chico writer/photographer's delicious new children's book features old Beijing Time was when Chico's Doug Keister loped around the country photographing...
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Unique Logophilos website reviews
This is a story about love in its purest form ...
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Kirkus reviews
Through his popular "Moving On" column in the Wall Street Journal, which focuses on transitions in women's friendships, Zaslow (co-author: The Last Lecture, 2008)...
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More Magazine reviews
Jeffrey Zaslow, a Wall Street Journal columnist, took a year off from his job so he could travel around the country to study the 40-year friendship of 11 women...
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wowowow.com reviews
I envy women and their friendships. I envy the ease with which so many of them share their lives. I envy the vital ways they support each other emotionally. I...
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Debbie Wiley Book Reviews reviews
Stacy Juba evokes a wide range of emotions in this poignant tale. The mystery itself is well done while the structure of the novel itself makes the reading flow...
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Do They Know I'm Running?
Fresh Fiction reviews
"David Corbett's grainy realities bring these characters to life . . . dragging the reader on a journey he or she won't soon forget."
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Sandy Longhorn reviews
Readers who were with me for my AWP posts know that Suzanne Frischkorn helped me kick off the conference by having dinner with me that first night in Denver....
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Shameless Reviews reviews
This is a must have series for me. When I see the next edition coming out it is an automatic buy! I have been anxiously awaiting the release of Heart of the...
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Courting Constance--How to Win a Guy in Ten Days in Regency England
Fresh Fiction reviews
Inspirational Fiction Historical, Inspirational Fiction Romance This inspirational novel shows that true love can conquer all and that people can change their...
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Santa's Birthday Gift
Biblio Reads Children's Book Review reviews
I gotta tell you that I really love Sherrill's rhyme and way with words. This is the second book of hers that I have reviewed and I heartily recommend her as a...
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