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Published Reviews

The ART of WAR
Sonshi.com reviews
SONSHI.COM: You are the author of two interpretative books, "The Book of Five Rings" and "The Art of War". We are fascinated by them because they are from a true...
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The Fractured World
The Pedestal Magazine reviews
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Beer, Blood & Cornmeal
The Oregonian reviews
"...An epic and ribald account of seven years of Incredibly Strange Wrestling."
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Lupabitch reviews
Whether you’re pagan or not, whether you believe in progress, apocalypse, or some other potential future, and whether you’re a reader of Greer’s popular Archdruid...
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The New York Times Book Review, Fiction Chronicle reviews
THIS LIFE SHE'S CHOSEN: Stories. By Kirsten Sundberg Lunstrum. (Chronicle, $19.95.) Kirsten Sundberg Lunstrum makes an impressive debut with this collection of...
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Internet/Blogspot reviews
"Lunstrum’s writing reminds us that short stories are far from a lost art. Capable of entrancing more than any tome could, each story in Swimming with Strangers...
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Leading Lady
Anthony Scaduto Reviews reviews
So here comes Heywood Gould again with another exciting tale. Gould, author of "Fort Apache, The Bronx," "Boys From Brazil" and other novels and...
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Leading Lady
New Great Books That Are A Must Read reviews
As many readers know, I love a good thriller/mystery. Some are your conspiracy, big government types where the main character is a rogue agent trying to save...
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The Wolf and The Lamb by Rosy Cole
Kirkus Reviews/Discoveries reviews
Jane Austen meets Bleak House in an engaging historical novel about the demands of marriage in late 18th-century England. The first installment in a proposed...
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The Jewish Magazine, Toronto reviews
Cool Jew will have you proud to be a Heebster. Or wishing you were one.
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Seattle Times reviews
In Carol Cassella's strong first novel, the protagonist, Dr. Marie Heaton, is an anesthesiologist in a fictional Seattle hospital whose life is turned upside down...
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Dallas Morning News reviews
A suspense-filled debut novel by Carol Wiley Cassella, it benefits greatly from the fact that the author is a practicing anesthesiologist, as well as a good writer...
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Wisconsin State Journal, Madison reviews
... there's no denying the book's real destination is the passenger seat of anyone who likes traveling Wisconsin off the Interstate highways. Just about every...
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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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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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German edition of Switch
Facebook reviews
Hast Du Dich schon einmal gefragt, wie weit Du dafür gehen würdest, Deine Familie vor einem verrückten Entführer zu retten? Genau darum geht es in Grant McKenzies...
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Caribousmom reviews
Christopher Meeks has transitioned from short stories to his first novel -- and the result is a book which draws the reader in with humor, empathy, and a gentle...
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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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Amazon Reviews reviews
5 out of 5 stars This memoir is really two stories braided together. First, the writing. Many blogketeers today have a disregard for proper English. I approached...
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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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