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Published Reviews

Fiddler's Dream
National Public Radio, All Things Considered reviews
When a gifted writer finds the language to combine a love of music and a knowledge of music, something just clicks. -- Alan Cheuse, NPR
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Publishers Weekly-- Religion Bookline reviews
"This book is 'a layman's response' to unimaginable anguish, a collection of powerful stories rather than a philosophical treatise. Writing movingly about victims...
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Retirement Planning: How to Retire Happy, Wild, and Free
New Delhi Organiser reviews
Photo of Author Ernie Zelinski and Jack Canfield A Place to Retire Sooner or later the retirement day would have come and gone. If you are in a corporate house...
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The Burning Man cover
SFX magazine reviews
As usual, Chadbourn takes it even deeper. He challenges accepted points of view, comments on religion and politics, and questions perceptions, all while cracking...
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Voices of the Lost and Found
C & G Newspapers reviews
One of the things Dorene O’Brien liked about being a reporter was meeting different people and listening to their stories. The former journalist puts her ear to...
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Style Weekly, Richmond, Va. reviews
Eliezer Sobel and his wife, Shari, live in an unassuming neighborhood in the Fan. Their lawn is well-groomed, the paint isn’t peeling and you can’t smell the...
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Publisher's Weekly reviews
The 99th Monkey: A Spiritual Journalist's Misadventures with Gurus, Messiahs, Sex, Psychedelics, and Other Consciousness-Raising Experiments Eliezer Sobel. Santa...
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Library Journal reviews
In Bethan, ME, 1987, Maren is pregnant; she claims that she is still a virgin. The story of her daughter, Aslaug, follows. She is raised by her severe mother in...
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Portraits in the Dark
http://www.reviewermagazine.com/ reviews
I started reading the stories in PORTRAITS IN THE DARK in a random fashion, picking out a story here, a story there, to get a general feel of what she’s all about...
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Portraits in the Dark
http://www.bookgasm.com reviews
Perhaps Nancy O. Greene’s PORTRAITS IN THE DARK is about what you don’t see in the darkness. Her short vignettes try to shine some light on what we’re quick to...
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Race With The Devil
Now Dig This, UK reviews
A moving account... [A] damned good read.
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infra, a novel by Ron Dakron
The Seattle Weekly reviews
"infra is a wild ride . . . there’s lots of sex, drugs, rock’n’roll, wild American tourists on the loose, and a level of writing that attains a very convincing and...
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THe Independent UK reviews
Fat: An Appreciation of a Misunderstood Ingredient, with Recipes is much more than a cookery book. McLagan explains and debunks the received wisdom about how bad...
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Do Gentlemen Really Prefer Blondes?
Associated Press reviews
Author reviews odd research into science of love Photo Gallery By DINESH RAMDE "Do Gentlemen Really Prefer Blondes? Bodies, Behavior and Brains — The Science...
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The Historical Novels Review reviews
In January 2006 Alix is tracked down by her birth son, Michael. He asks the question she has long dreaded: ‘who is my father?’ The answer is simple and yet so...
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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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Deidre's Secret
Long and Short Romance Reviews reviews
Deidre's premonitions are her gift, as well as her secret; because just how uncool is it to have visions? In Deidre's Secret, our heroine's second sight becomes...
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Book reviews
Leslie Davenport is an inspiring therapist and healer with a depth to her work that makes her an alchemist of the heart. She has a way of accompanying patients...
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Esquire.com reviews
"Yes, Yes, Cherries offers an intriguing batch of imperfect characters and unstable conditions. Otis has a sharp eye for people’s habits. She knows how to draw...
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The Entire Predicament
Rain Taxi reviews
"The Entire Predicament is fiercely strange and written with keen control. You don't read these stories: you undergo them. They are an event that is lived, not an...
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