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Broken Colors
Midwest Book Review reviews
FIVE STARS Broken ColorsMichele ZackheimEuropa Editions116 East 16th Street, 12th floor, New York, NY 100039781933372372, $14.95 www.europaeditions.com 1-800-283-...
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The Globe & Mail reviews
And so begins Ross's gripping story, filled with the stuff of spy thrillers. At various times, his remarkable tale has him racing down Germany's Autobahn with an...
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Creative Loafing reviews
Scott Owens has produced a more satisfying book in The Persistence of Faith.  There are some unforgettable imaginative feats in this thin tome.  Almost all occur...
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The Banquet Bug
The Asian Review of Books reviews
Yan leads the readers into a labyrinth of "phoney" things: freelance journalists from phantom newsgroups, flashing cameras that produce no photograph,...
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Snowfall at Willow Lake
BookPage reviews
Snowfall at Willow Lake is a charming addition to the popular Lakeshore Chronicles and readers will thoroughly enjoy revisiting the beloved residents and familiar...
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Appalachian Paradise
Asheville Citizen-Times reviews
Maggie Bishop's novel "Appalachian Paradise" is a romance that gets off to a good start and maintains an exciting tension that manages to carry to the...
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Emeralds in the Snow
Smoky Mountain News reviews
  Smoky Mountain News Enterprise Mountaineer. Review by JC Walkup Obsession begins and drives this tale of gems and greed set in these Western North...
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Murder at Blue Falls
Midwest Book Review reviews
I Jemma Chase works as a trail leader on her parents' ranch, the Blue Falls, where she is also an accomplished photographer, carpenter and fixer-upper. Jemma has...
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The Perils of Pleasure
All About Romance reviews
A rare A- and Desert Isle Keeper review from All About Romance:  "This is the best romance I have read in a long time. To start with, the novel’s prologue and...
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Singled Out (paperback)
www.feministing.com reviews
Social psychologist Bella DePaulo’s book Singled Out: How Singles Are Stereotyped, Stigmatized, and Ignored, and Still Live Happily Ever After gave me one of those...
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The Possibility of Everything
Entertainment Weekly reviews
When this California mom (and author of the 1994 best-seller Motherless Daughters) finds her 3-year-old suddenly in the grip of a very hostile imaginary friend,...
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Martha's Bookshelf reviews
4.5!! I really liked the alpha characters of Cassie and Leidolf. The author does a good job building the tension as they dance around their attraction for each...
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Winter of Secrets
Publishers Weekly reviews
Starred Review. The discovery early one Christmas morning of the bodies of best friends Jason Wyatt-Yarmouth and Ewan Williams, two privileged young men from...
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Booklist reviews
Every Little Thing in the World. de Gramont, Nina (Author) Mar 2010. 288 p. Atheneum, hardcover, $16.99. (9781416980131). Critically acclaimed adult author de...
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The Fall of Augustus
News Bureau, University of Illinois reviews
"Wisseman teaches an anthropology course and is director of the Program on Ancient Technologies and Archaeological Materials at the University of Illinois. And...
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Fredericksburg Free-Lance Star reviews
"if you, in your role as exemplary parent or guardian, are reading the book page in the vain hope of happening upon a hidden gem for your young adult reader, then...
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Diana Page Jordan reviews
Sascha’s hilarious, strikingly non-chronological account of how she married – and divorced – the obvious guy at the obvious time – hits a bit close to home.
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Diana Page Jordan reviews
Sascha’s hilarious, strikingly non-chronological account of how she married – and divorced – the obvious guy at the obvious time – hits a bit close to home.
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USA Today reviews
British journalist Precious Williams upends every expectation about race, class, gender and ambition in her startlingly powerful memoir. Of note: Williams' subtle...
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