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Tide of Death
Amazon.Com reviews
A good quality domestic thriller. There is a strong plot and some nice characterisation and dialogue, which makes this a notch above the average fare out there....
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In Cold Daylight
BookTribes reviews
Pauline Rowson has the knack of captivating the audience. You will be taken on a thrilling mystery and just when you think you know who done what to whom, the...
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Do Gentlemen Really Prefer Blondes?
Library Journal reviews
Former science editor Pincott explores the science of attraction based on the latest scientific studies in biology, evolutionary psychology, neuroscience, and the...
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Do Gentlemen Really Prefer Blondes?
Publishers Weekly reviews
[starred review] Do Gentlemen Really Prefer Blondes? Bodies, Behavior, and Brains—the Science Behind Sex, Love, and Attraction Jena Pincott. Delacorte, $20 (384p...
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Poetry Review / Volume 98:3 /Autumn 2008 reviews
"...It is this ability to perceive hope in despair, joy in grief - not in the abstract but in daily lives - which infuses these poems with a rare beauty. The...
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Sharp Words reviews
Chief among [the book's] appealing elements is the sense of time and place ...
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Publisher's Weekly reviews
"Doyon writes pungently, with a wry slant, and pulls no punches regarding gossip, jealousy, schadenfreude and the myriad human foibles that are the backbone of...
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The Portland Phoenix reviews
"Doyon's writing is colorful and confident, in the way of John Irving and Richard Russo, and she is able to balance both the tragic and the comical with deft...
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BookPage reviews
"In her striking debut novel, Stephanie Doyon, who has ghostwritten several novels for young adults, creates characters so rich that readers will automatically (...
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The Anniston Star reviews
"Certainly one of the deep pleasures avid readers can experience is discovering a writer who has always seemed to have been a part of their lives. There's a kind...
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Deadly Bones
East Hampton Star reviews
Corpses and Coq au VinBy Michael Z. Jody(03/24/2009) “Deadly Bones,” the new thriller by Boris Riskin and the second Jake Wanderman novel, is barely four pages...
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Ruby
The Thin Red Line reviews
Forkner’s writing style and voice is fresh, unique, and insightful. It’s beautiful how she pulls you into the heart and mind of someone sheltered from life so much...
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The Oregonian reviews
"[Pictures Showing What Happens on Each Page of Thomas Pynchon's Novel Gravity's Rainbow] can be enjoyed on its own or read simultaneously with the 1973 novel,...
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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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Courting Injustice
The Hindustan Times reviews
'There were two reasons why after four years study and seven years of practice I gave up the law. One was that I would not make a living out of it; the second, I...
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Graham Nash reviews
A remarkable story about the transcendent power of music.
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SEEING RED
Romantic Times Magazine reviews
4 Stars Crandall weaves a tight and suspensful story that will have readers guessing until the last chapter. Poignant in places and nail-bitingly tense in others...
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Romance Studio reviews
"Do not attempt to start reading this book unless you have a full two hours to sit and be held spell bound by what begins to unfold from the first page of this...
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The Calligrapher’s Daughter
Washingtonian reviews
Everything is churning on the Korean peninsula in Washington writer Eugenia Kim’s debut novel, The Calligrapher’s Daughter. In a dream, Najin--the willful young...
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