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Deep Water: The Epic Struggle over Dams, Displaced People, and the Environment
Columbia Journalism Review reviews
... Deep Water is not a book about dams, as it were, but about three people whose lives have been lived in the tall shadows of dams. This makes all the...
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Deep Water: The Epic Struggle over Dams, Displaced People, and the Environment
OnEarth Magazine reviews
Leslie has written a volume that is heir, both in organization and in power, to Encounters With the Archdruid, John McPhee's classic profile of Brower and...
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The Goddess of Happiness
Midwest Book Review reviews
A compilation of stories, insights, and humor "If you only have time (and the energy) for one self-help, self-improvement book for personal growth, then make...
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The Goddess of Happiness
Publisher's Weekly reviews
".... a perfect gift for girlfriends on the go."
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Monsters and Critics reviews
Recently, in those nanotech & multiverse-rich intersections of science fiction, reality, and pop culture reporting, there's been a lot of talk about the...
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Big City, Bad Blood
WGN Radio reviews
Not only a great crime novel, but also a great Chicago novel. I absolutely love this book.
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Big City, Bad Blood
Lansing State Journal reviews
A knockout . . . Chercover's atmospheric, violent, taut tale is easily a candidate for one of the best crime novels of the year.
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Big City, Bad Blood
Jackson Clarion-Ledger reviews
The best detective novel you will read this year. A realistic, scorching read.
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Big City, Bad Blood
Publishers Weekly reviews
Impressive. . .The author's considerable storytelling and characterization gifts compare favorably to those of Loren D. Estleman and other established masters of...
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Big City, Bad Blood
Associated Press reviews
[Chercover's] varied life experiences no doubt contribute to the gritty romanticism with which he portrays both his characters and the Chicago streets they inhabit...
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DarqueReviews.com reviews
To Tempt the Wolf is the third installment in the werewolf series by Terry Spear. Each release has been even more exciting than the last, and they can also be...
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Romance Readers Connection reviews
TO TEMPT THE WOLF is a wonderful love story with lots of adventure and twists and turns. I thoroughly enjoyed the story and look forward to more from Terry Spear.
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EW, PW, The Independent reviews
“Based loosely on D.H. Lawrence's 1924 pilgrimage to Taos, N.M., where he hoped to create an artists' utopia, Amy Boaz's diamond-cut debut, A Richer Dust, follows...
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Sia McKye's Thoughts...OVER COFFEE reviews
Anyone who knows me, knows I love animals. God knows, I have enough of them, including the privilege of having had Micah, a grey wolf, from pup to death (12 years...
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ReadersFavorite.com reviews
Pepe and Po live on the streets after a fire destroys their apartment building. They find shelter in an abandoned building along with other street kids. Jose is a...
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Kirkus reviews
Through his popular "Moving On" column in the Wall Street Journal, which focuses on transitions in women's friendships, Zaslow (co-author: The Last Lecture, 2008)...
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wowowow.com reviews
I envy women and their friendships. I envy the ease with which so many of them share their lives. I envy the vital ways they support each other emotionally. I...
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Winnipeg Free Press reviews
Wall Street Journal columnist Jeffrey Zaslow became a household name with the publication of The Last Lecture, the non-fiction book he co-wrote with terminally ill...
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Trollhalla.com reviews
"This afternoon I finished reading POW!erful Tales, edited by Michael C. Lea, published by Peryton Press. And I really liked it. I thought at first that it was...
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Bloodstorm
Booklist reviews
  “Irish crime writer, Sam Millar (The Redemption Factory) is back with a brand new anti-hero, Karl Kane… Thirty years ago Robert Mitchum and Michael Winner...
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