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The News Review reviews
Gail Perry Johnston and Jill Perry Rabideau launched Cupola Press to help people through challenging times. They take the approach of not telling anyone what to do...
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Washington Post reviews
Poet's Choice By Robert Pinsky
 Sunday, May 13, 2007; BW1 Poetry appeals to people who get bored easily. It can accomplish a lot in small spaces: sometimes, in...
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The Last Days Of Madame Rey
Kirkus Review reviews
THE LAST DAYS OF MADAME REY by A.W. Hill: • For more information on the author and the book/series, please check out his web site: www.awhill.net Praise: “A...
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A Journey into Michelangelo's Rome
Sacramento Bee reviews
Almost seven years ago, Angela Nickerson, a teacher and art lover, first walked into Michelangelo's Sistine Chapel. Like millions before, she was overwhelmed by...
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A Journey into Michelangelo's Rome
Sacramento Bee reviews
So you want to discover Michelangelo? Well, why not go to Italy with someone who wrote a book about him, his life and his art. That's what we did. And what a trip...
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Midwest Review of Books reviews
Bett Norris has crafted an impressive story that takes place after World War II and at the brink of the civil rights movement. Her prose is clean and clear with...
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JAWS magazine reviews
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Title: Miss McGhee Author: Bett Norris Publisher: Bywater Books ISBN:...
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Trekweb.com reviews
What makes this novel one of the best-written Trek novels in the past couple of years is Thorne's strong use of imagery and emphasis on the characters. For the...
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TRIANGULATION: END OF TIME
The Fix Short Fiction Review reviews
The universe is dying in Geoffrey Thorne’s “Eshu and the Anthropic Principle,” and all that’s left is the god Eshu and a few stubborn bits of matter. Having...
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Sci-Fi Online reviews
...my favourite story was Or The Tiger by Geoffrey Thorne, with lots of scenes involving Torres innate distrust and dislike of the surviving Equinox crew and a new...
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Fredericksburg Free-Lance Star reviews
"An intricate and sometimes very funny story. ...well-researched and carries the reader seamlessly from Oliver Cromwell's Ireland to a modern-day trailer park in a...
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VOYA reviews
Although a melange of piracy, reincarnation, dog-training tips, and prosaic family drama seems an unlikely basis for a young adult novel, King weaves an unusual...
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Roadwork
Don Carleton, Director, Center for American History reviews
A major contribution to the literature of rock and roll.
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Towers of Gold: How One Jewish Immigrant Named Isaias Hellman Created California
San Francisco Magazine reviews
BOOK FRANCES DINKELSPIEL: TOWERS OF GOLD (St. Martin’s Press) Visionary financier Isaias Hellman was the Warren Buffett and Alan Greenspan of early California...
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A Pocket Can Have a Treasure in It
Quill & Quire reviews
The story’s lovely conceit works perfectly….This one has the feel of a classic.
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The Washington Post reviews
At the center of "Waiting for the Apocalypse: A Memoir of Faith and Family" stands the figure of Veronica Chater's father, a one-time California highway patrol...
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King of the Castle
CM: Canadian Review of Materials reviews
This brief, concisely written and touching novel, crafted by award-winner Kathy Stinson, explores the difficulties of being an illiterate adult in a literate...
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Read About Comics reviews
"Egg Story is goofy in some places and deadly serious in others. From start to finish, though, it’s thoroughly enjoyable."
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New York Times Book Review reviews
“I once set fire to the woods,” Henry David Thoreau laconically confided to his journal in 1850, six years after he torched approximately 300 acres of Concord...
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The Globe and Mail reviews
"Holborn's double high-wire act leaps effortlessly between funny and tragic...(her)visuals are cinematic..."
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