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Fresh Fiction reviews
Environmental activist Ben Maki has devised an ingenious plan to acquire clean drinking water from the Antarctic Peninsula. The Soldyne Corporation has invested...
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Romantic Times Book Reviews reviews
Dionne is going to be an author to be reckoned with if her debut novel is any indication. A fascinating blend of science fiction and fact, it weaves a great deal...
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Lives of the Animals
Boston Globe reviews
One book that has brought me particular pleasure is written by Idaho's Robert Wrigley. His title, ''Lives of the Animals," can't tell all the richness of life and...
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The BARK Magazine reviews
...Frost and Makris prepare the public (in adopting a dog) a I wish I had been prepared. Many chapters are entirely helpful. Even "How to Find a Dog to Rescue"...
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DWAA newsletter reviews
The DWAA(Dog Writers Assocaition of America) newsletter just reviewed Salty Dogs! This book of color photographs of dogs taken at the beach by Jean M Fogle is...
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South Coast Today reviews
By Brian J. Lowney Fur, fins and feathers April 05, 2008 6:00 AM Jean Fogle knows that the simplest pleasures often bring the most joy in life. She also...
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New York Post reviews
"A Charles Kurault-Albert Brooks-style romp where they meet up with nudists, robbers and more."
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Elle Magazine reviews
"When a self-proclaimed Long Island Princess, who never imagined that finding the perfect campground would be more important that finding the perfect pair of shoes...
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Chicago Tribune reviews
Hot Summer Read list.
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Tulsa World reviews
"Orion's husband had an idea — leave behind their lives as psychiatrists and travel around the country in a converted bus. 'Why can't you be like a normal husband...
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Book reviews
Like icebergs floating in the sea--only partially visible to others and ourselves--a good part of what goes on in us lies beneath awareness. It helps to connect...
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www.bookideas.com reviews
Angels in Mourning by David Wind Rating: **** Reviewed by: Kelly Davis I'd never had the pleasure of reading any of David Wind's 33 previous novels, but when I...
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Pique Newsmagazine, Whistler CA reviews
Good skiing, good food and good drink. Somewhere along the way, that trinity has more or less replaced sex, drugs and rock ’n’ roll as my most frequently enjoyed...
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Kill-Grief by Caroline Rance
Farm Lane Books reviews
This book transports you straight into the horrors of an 18th century English hospital. The problem was that I’m not sure it is a place I ever want to witness! The...
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SAN FRANCISCO CHRONICLE reviews
IT SOUNDED like a terrific opportunity, chronicling Giants superstar Barry Bonds in what would become perhaps the best single-season performance in baseball...
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The Possibility of Everything
Perceptive Travel reviews
“What do you believe in?” Uzi asked me one night. “I’m a card-carrying member of the Church of the Senses,” I said. “I have to see to believe.” “No, I’...
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Bone Worship, by Elizabeth Eslami
Meagan Brothers, Author of Debbie Harry Sings in French reviews
"In a voice at once acerbic and lyrical, Elizabeth Eslami deftly navigates the choppy waters of a cross-cultural father-daughter relationship bowing beneath the...
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Something Must Happen
Rattle: Poetry for the 21st Century reviews
Something Must Happen is notable for Balbo’s specificity of language, well-paced lines, grace, and patience for erecting tiny statues in honor of personal and...
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The Elf Queen
amazon.com reviews
5.0 out of 5 stars Good read!!!, By mjshoop - This review is from: The Elf Queen (Clan Elves of the Bitterroot) (Kindle Edition) I thoroughly enjoyed this...
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