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Months and Seasons & Other Stories
Caribousmom reviews
Christopher Meeks's stories are full of people who push through the obstacles of life and overcome their deepest fears in order to find joy in living. "Months and...
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Months and Seasons & Other Stories
Under the Midnight Sun (Sweden) reviews
Christopher Meeks’ collection of short stories "Months and Seasons" is a good read. It is interesting how the general narrative mode creates a sense of lightness...
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Deadly Waters
Booklist reviews
Give this series, making its first appearance in the U.S., a chance to find its legs. When a mutilated body is found on a buoy in the middle of a harbor, DI Andy...
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The Suffocating Sea
Kirkus Reviews reviews
A nicely complex plot... Murder and arson strike too close to home for a detective investigating someone else’s case.DI Andy Horton is still smarting from the...
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Trashotron.com reviews
There used to be a time when you couldn’t escape from mass-market paperback horror and most of it was not worth your time. Mariotte keeps you entertained and gives...
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The Galloping Ghost
Sports Illustrated reviews
IT'S DIFFICULT to imagine an athlete better suited for his time than Red Grange. Born in 1903, football's first superstar played with a ballerina's grace and a...
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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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Jen Robinson's Book Page reviews
The Dust of 100 Dogs is complex and dark (though with flashes of humor). But it's also unique and rewarding, written with a distinct voice, and featuring two very...
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A Sensible Match Book
www.romancereaderatheart.com reviews
A SENSIBLE MATCH is a sensible choice for summertime reading. It is entertaining and lively, romantic and funny. I loved watching the relationship between Abby and...
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A Sensible Match Book
www.ecataromance.com reviews
Teryl Cartwright’s A Sensible Match takes us back to a world of arranged marriages and uncertain futures. Abby wanted love in her marriage and did not want to...
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Chandra Mayor reviews
So I read a lot of books. (It's the best way to avoid writing, because then you can say you're researching). I just finished reading an amazing book that, unlike...
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Growing Up Dead: The Hallucinated Confessions of a Teenage Deadhead
Book Life reviews
In Growing up Dead: the Hallucinated Confessions of a Teenage Deadhead, Peter Conners tells the story of coming of age in the suburbs in the 1980s and discovering...
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reviewed by Jeannine Hall Gailey reviews
Letters to the World: Poems from the Wom-Po LISTSERV Edited by Moira Richards, Rosemary Starace, and Lesley Wheeler. (Los Angeles: Red Hen Press, 2008). 456 pages...
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American Son: A Novel (W.W. Norton)
New York Times reviews
Two half-Filipino brothers can pass for white, but their mother cannot; painful conflicts are in store for everybody in this novel's complex exploration of racism...
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The Possibility of Everything
USA Today reviews
The Possibility of Everything By Hope Edelman; Ballantine, $25, Sept. 15. The author of the 1994 sensation Motherless Daughters now writes about consulting a Mayan...
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http://llbookreview.com/2011/10/review-240-zaftan-entrepreneurs-by-hank-quense/ reviews
  The LL Book Review site has posted a review on my novel.  In part it reads: Hank has managed to combine elements of politics and humor to...
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amazon.com reviews
This is an engrossing story about one young boy's journey, being smuggled by his Dad from England to Nigeria with his little sister without his Mom's knowledge....
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Edited for Death
Midwest Book Review reviews
Edited for DeathMichele DrierMainly Murder PressA journalist searches for the truth, and that job sometimes leaks into a very similar profession. "Edited for Death...
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Waking Lazarus
Publisher's Weekly reviews
Hines handles the numerous flashbacks and switches in point of view well, and has a deft touch in knowing just how much information to give and how much to...
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ALAN Online reviews
"Ms. King has the reader hooked from the beginning and continues to pull one in as each chapter reveals more information about Emer’s life before and after she...
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