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Published Reviews

The Anatomist
The Melbourne Age, Australia reviews
Not many 19th-century textbooks are referenced in the title of a television series. But such is the literary afterlife and continuing medical relevance of Gray's...
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Black Butterflies: A Flock on the Dark Side
http://www.darkecho.com/JohnShirley/bb_pw.html reviews
Best known as one of the founders of cyberpunk for his novel City Come A-Walkin' (1980) and as principal screenwriter of the cult classic film, The Crow, Shirley (...
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Living Shadows: Stories, New and Pre-owned by John Shirley
New York Times Review of Books reviews
LIVING SHADOWS (Prime, paper, $14.95), is subtitled “Stories: New and Preowned” because much of it has been previously published: some stories in earlier, out-of-...
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Living Shadows: Stories, New and Pre-owned by John Shirley
New York Times Review of Books reviews
LIVING SHADOWS (Prime, paper, $14.95), is subtitled “Stories: New and Preowned” because much of it has been previously published: some stories in earlier, out-of-...
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Various reviews
“This debut novel by a successful screenwriter is a fast-paced thriller that you will want to devour in one sitting. Edgy suspense mixed with a touch of the...
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Runoff
January Magazine reviews
"[O]pens with one of the most original action sequences I’ve read ... This creative set piece and the chase that follows through the streets of Chinatown--a...
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Eros Zine reviews
If you've ever been told that dames are into the hearts-and-flowers, caress-my-inner-Goddess brand of eroticism, crack a copy of Sins of the Sirens...
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Vulture Capital
Salon.com reviews
"Coggins is … deftly using the tropes of classic private-eye fiction to give readers a cold, delightfully nasty look at the venture capitalists who rode to...
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You're Not the Boss of Me
The LA Weekly reviews
Schickel has a singular voice  and a point of view untrammeled by current parenting bromides.  In supple, economical and often very funny prose, she lays out the...
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You're Not the Boss of Me
Publisher's Weekly - starred review reviews
Candid and largely unapologietic, Los Angeles writer and mother of two Schickel indulges herself first, her kids next and arbiters of proper motherhood never in...
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Fang-tastic Books reviews
I like a book to surprise me. And this one did. Cassie and Leidolf are the two main characters and are fun to read- they are so into each other right from the...
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http://romancebookscene.blogspot.com/2009/09/romance-book-review-rituals.html reviews
This quick read novella gives readers a delightful look at light bondage. Both Maddie and Ryan are great characters having a great time exploring the new world...
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Washington Post reviews
Though the novel explores war primarily from the journalists' viewpoint, the secondary characters are generously drawn. In Soli's hands, edgy, frightened soldiers...
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Publisher's Weekly reviews
More fun than most recent books, Beasley's second collection can also get quite serious: in the best parts, the poet pretends she is any number of nonhuman things—...
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Booklist Review reviews
High-school senior Vera never expects her ex-best friend, Charlie, to haunt her after he dies, begging her to clear his name of a horrible accusation surrounding...
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Breaking Out of Bedlam
New York Times reviews
“A kick….Reading [Cora’s]“journals,” as she reawakens, finds a friend and a paramour, and plots her escape, is a hoot.”
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BLOOD STRANGERS: a memoir
Literarymama.com reviews
Blood Strangers, a new memoir by Kathy Briccetti is both a coming out and coming-of-age story as well as a genealogical mystery, which untangles a multi-...
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Publishers Weekly reviews
In this smartly restrained ghost story, orphan Jennie has already lost her twin brother to the Civil War, but when her brooding cousin, Quinn, returns wounded to...
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Wanda, Book Loons Reviews reviews
What an adventure, romance intertwined with werewolves, and some mystery in the mix. Refreshing and new, with fun and wit. Lots of sex appeal, with hot and steamy...
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Cindy's Love of Books reviews
If you are a regular reader of my blog you will notice that I don't read/review romance books and that is only because its a genre I never really got into until I...
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