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Published Reviews

Beirut in Shades of Grey
Amazon.com reviews
"Beirut in Shades of Grey" is written from the pathos of one who has had their "hands in the fire." It captures the political conflict of the Lebanese civil war...
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Leah
Richard Bunning Books and Reviews reviews
Leah is not just a book with many of the traditional elements of romance, it is a life art experience. This is a moving tapestry, every bit as perceptive as we...
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Humble Musings of a Literary Kind reviews
I am ruminating upon the theme of literary mood; that overarching fluidity of nebulous things, defined and captured not in the solidity of word or specificity of...
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The Newsroom Mafia
Mid Day reviews
With the arrest of a journalist in the J Dey murder case, the media is under the scanner. The recent launch of a novel, The Newsroom Mafia, probing the nexus...
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The New Indian Express reviews
Oswald Pereira’s second novel, The Revenge of the Naked Princess takes the reader to unfamiliar and sinister stories of forced conversions in 16th Century India...
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The Speaking Tree, a Times of India Publication reviews
t’s a heady cocktail of violence, rape, lust, betrayal, Christian conversion and history, writes ARUN GANAPATHY  There’s more too, but all the elements...
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Buddha Breaking Up
Various reviews
"I bought this book looking for answers to why I was still hanging onto the pain and disappointment of my divorce, which occurred six years ago. This has been...
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PUBLISHER'S WEEKLY reviews
“Axioms like ‘One man’s trash is another man’s treasure’ and ‘Beauty is in the eye of the beholder’ come gracefully to life in Schindler’s tale about the value...
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Foolish Hearts: Gay Romance
The Romance Reviews reviews
I loved Nathan Burgoine's Struck, which was a beautiful tale of destiny, magic and the unexplainable. I mean a cute blond man called Lightening Todd telling you...
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Foolish Hearts: Gay Romance
3 Chicks After Dark reviews
Struck by ‘Nathan Burgoine - Absolutely didn’t want this story to end! Such great writing and characters, we could totally relate to Chris in just a couple...
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East Eats West
Diacritics reviews
Christina Vo revisits Andrew Lam’s two previous memoir essay collections, Perfume Dreams and East Eats West, and previews his forthcoming...
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The Manhattan Review reviews
  New & Selected Poems, 1957-present. Red Hen Press, 202 pp. $24.95 (paperback) This humorous, thoughtful, and delightful poet expresses a childlike but...
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"Beatrice's Mirror," by Melissa Morphew
http://www.chapter16.org/ reviews
"Marilyn Kallet’s new collection of wry, mostly romantic poems, The Love That Moves Me, takes its title from a line in Dante: “Amor mi mosse, che mi fa parlare...
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Mortgage Orb reviews
In the years following World War II, the town of Hempstead, N.Y., became the center of a real estate revolution when developer William Levitt created a new...
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Clover Doves
Raymond Mathiesen Book Reviews reviews
Filigenzi writes well and the plot moves its readers along, never boring them or dwelling too much on any particular point. There are a number of plot twists to...
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http://www.carolynjourdan.com/05b_reviews.htm reviews
A Best Book Club Book of 2008 says Book Sense A Best Book of 2008 says The Literary Guild THE FIRST EVER Book of the Month for Family Circle Magazine! A Most Fun...
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Depth of Deception (A Titanic Murder Mystery)
A Book Lover's Library reviews
       "This is one of the books you have to read for 2012. I more than enjoyed it. I  couldn’t stop reading it and completed it in one...
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The Golden Dice
Susan Coventry litblog reviews
Over a year ago, I read Elisabeth Storrs’ first book in the Tales of Ancient Rome series: The Wedding Shroud, reviewed here. It’s a marvelous novel of a young...
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Reading The Past Litblog reviews
Few authors have fictionalized the Etruscan civilization, especially when compared with the many who write about Rome. Though separated from the Roman Republic...
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2012 and the Cabala
Anazon reviews
This is the most unique book involving modern Cabala I have read! Perhaps it's because it's actually based on...Torah! Yes, that's right; this book is based on...
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