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USA Today reviews
"A devotee of all things Austen… discovers the reality of life in Regency England: rampant body odor, sexual and class repression and a style of medical care...
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Publishers Weekly reviews
"breezy debut novel...a winner"
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The Fractured World
Wild Goose Poetry Review reviews
Poetry should disturb us; it should create an uneasy feeling in our stomachs. In “Fates Worse Than Death,” the first poem in section one, The Fractured World,...
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The Disorder of Longing
Fiction Nation reviews
Natasha Bauman's The Disorder of Longing takes a look at a very peculiar time in American history, the late Victorian period, when things like women getting the...
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The Bay at Midnight
TheBestReviews.com reviews
"Tense, engaging thriller."
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The Bay at Midnight
Readertoreader.com reviews
"You'll come away from The Bay At Midnight with sand in your shoes and salt spray on your lips so well drawn is the setting. This book is a rare treat for anyone...
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The Bay at Midnight
Booklist reviews
"Chamberlain's latest is both an enticing mystery and a rewarding love story."
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St. Paul Pioneer Press reviews
"I'm an overeducated fiction writer who's the product of a Borscht Belt childhood in the Jewish hotels of the Catskills," Linda Morganstein says with a laugh. "But...
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St. Paul Pioneer Press reviews
“The murder doesn’t even happen until the middle of the book, but the writing is so vivid, the character development so careful, and [Alexis] Pope so intriguing,...
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The Bay at Midnight
Publishers Weekly reviews
“The story...unfolds organically and credibly, building to a touching denouement that plumbs the nature of crimes of the heart.”
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Manic Readers site reviews
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AMAZON reviews
Steven Travers has produced a certifiable masterpiece with this portrayal of those Amazin' '69 Mets; the team that inspired the imagination of fans everywhere by...
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THE DOWRY BRIDE
Romantic Times reviews
Bantwal tells an engaging story about Indian culture. The mother-in-law character is particularly well drawn.
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MARIN I.J. reviews
FOR SEVERAL YEARS in the mid-to-late 1990s, San Anselmo native Steven Travers pursued the Hollywood dream, living in Hermosa Beach and attempting to pen a...
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The Possibility of Everything
www.outriggerhawaii.com reviews
You know the axiom that goes, “It’s not what you know but who?” Some would say that’s true about life on Kaua’i. I’ll never forget one Saturday afternoon a few...
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Kirkus reviews
Forman explores the many issues of premature birth without presuming to offer solutions or comfort, drawing directly from the raw outrage, torment and profound...
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CNN reviews
Here’s something to think about over your next cup of coffee. There’s a new book about one of America’s most familiar modern icons. It’s called “Everything but...
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Bookpage reviews
In The Disappearance of Irene Dos Santos, Margaret Mascarenhas’ American debut, the feminine mystique is juxtaposed with revolutionary chaos in the remote rural...
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Our Farm: By the Animals of Farm Sanctuary
Booklist reviews
The creatures on an animal sanctuary provide the voices in this collection of playful poetry.... From the cover image of one vulnerable lamb to the farm overviews...
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Our Farm: By the Animals of Farm Sanctuary
OurHenHouse.com reviews
Continuing with our childlike theme, we will talk with children’s book author and animal advocate, Maya Gottfried, about her new book, Our Farm, which is a...
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