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Published Reviews

A Gathering of Doorways
Publishers Weekly reviews
Slick salesman Gil and weary, neurotic Melissa purchased their tiny farm for a song, but the bargain came with a hidden price. Their formerly strong marriage, now...
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Styled Bits reviews
When one looks for a Third Way, he finds John Michael Greer well along the path. I discovered his weblog a couple of years ago and was amazed at how reasonable his...
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REPAIR For Kids
Amazon.com customer review reviews
"REPAIR for Kids" by Marjorie McKinnon is a really important resource for children who have been abused. I wish that a copy could be found in every classroom so...
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Library Journal reviews
Cusumano, Camille. Tango: An Argentine Love Story. Seal, dist. by Publishers Group West. Oct. 2008. c.272p. ISBN 978-1-58005-250-4. pap. $15.95. DANCE Tango has...
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In For The Kill
Amazon reviews
I wondered if this would come up to the previous high standard of Pauline Rowson's other marine mysteries but I needn't have worried, I wasn't disappointed. In...
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In For The Kill
Amazon reviews
Great Read. Some people - I am told - read the last page of a book to help them decide whether or not to buy it. Well for this book you can just read the...
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In For The Kill
Amazon reviews
I bought this book solely because of where it was set, and was a little dubious as its not the genre i usually read. I picked it up at 10.30pm, thinking that I...
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In For The Kill
Book Tribes reviews
This is an incredible story, only work got in the way of finishing it in one go. Once you start to read this you will not be able to put it down. Pauline Rowson's...
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In For The Kill
Hampshire Life Magazine reviews
I was hooked from the first page. Pauline Rowson's thrillers are a contemporary take on the calssic page-turner. She weaves terrific plots around memorable...
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Ex Libris reviews
"Marchetta's writing is great. I felt as if I were in 1917 where the book was set."
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Willamette Week reviews
"South Carolina-based writer/English professor Keith lee Morris gets Americans—especially the small town variety. The fiction writer's latest book, a tight weave...
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Mosquito
Southern Review reviews
"Brave and exciting work."
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The Entire Predicament
EnfuseMagazine.com reviews
"Corin’s prose is playful but sharp; she invites readers to get comfortable, then yanks the rug up from under us....Collectively, these narrators’ musings on the...
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Literary Magic reviews
Christopher Meeks is a brilliant short story writer, and I knew I wanted to read this novel the minute I read the title. I read this luring title on Kindle, so...
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A Robe of Feathers and Other Stories
San Diego Union-Tribune reviews
A Robe of Feathers and Other Stories Thersa Matsuura Counterpoint, 192 pages, $14.95 The best fairy tales are equal parts beautiful and strange. Take...
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Publishers Weekly reviews
Publishers Weekly November 19, 2007 A Richer Dust Amy Boaz. Permanent, $26 (213p) ISBN 978-1-57962-159-9 In her beguiling debut, Boaz ambitiously plays...
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CITY OF DRAGONS ...  next Valentine's Day, leave more than your heart in 1940 San Francisco.
RT Book Reviews, February 2010 Issue reviews
4 1/2 Stars - Top Pick! "In this terrific book, Stanley puts all the right elements together to make the first in her new series a winner ... Stanley sharpens...
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Waltzing Australia
Review the Book reviews
Cynthia Clampitt’s Waltzing Australia is a very enjoyable and enlightening read....Her writing is superb and the reader is drawn into every detail of her adventure...
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New Poems by Scott Owens
The Taylorsville Times reviews
Scott Owens’ previous book of poetry, A Fractured World, was written to sustain a regenerative force inward, a personal witness to a troubling generation. In his...
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Echoes of History reviews
THE RAGE OF ACHILLES is Terence Hawkins’ first novel. Within its pages, he vividly brings to life the glory and guts of a long forgotten era. He recounts this...
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