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Virgins And Martyrs: An Aria Quynn Novel
Fiction Nation Reviews (http://www.fictionnationonline.com/reviews/virginsandmartyrs.html) reviews
Virgins and Martys by Earl Merkel I'm Kim Alexander and this is Fiction Nation. The book is Virgins and Martyrs by Earl Merkel. Is it possible to write a book...
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Towers of Gold: How One Jewish Immigrant Named Isaias Hellman Created California
San Francisco Chronicle Book Review reviews
"carefully researched and superbly written."
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Towers of Gold: How One Jewish Immigrant Named Isaias Hellman Created California
Los Angeles Times reviews
"impressively researched and engagingly told."
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Seriously
The New York Times Book Review reviews
THERE are first novels writers can't seem to match -- Ralph Ellison's ''Invisible Man'' is the archetype here. There's the posthumous first novel -- John Kennedy...
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The New York Times Book Review reviews
Most of us dread winding up in a subway car or an airplane seat beside characters like Lucia Nevai's. Off their medications, away from their A.A. sponsors or...
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Moms on the Move reviews
This beautiful book makes a great gift for a new parent, or as a birthday gift. It's a great way to celebrate the birth month of your child. Each page features a...
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KIDSVILLE Parentown Bookshelf reviews
Every day is someones birthday, which Januarys Child celebrates with creative attributes for each month of the year. More positive than the traditional Monday's...
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The John Batchelor Show website reviews
"He wants something now..." By John Batchelor on November 22, 2008 12:31 AM | 2 Comments Iraq, January 2005, George Bush Impatient. Speaking Sunday 23 to...
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WILD INFERNO - A WILD Mystery by Sandi Ault
Publishers Weekly reviews
Once again, we take the opportunity near year's end to review the year in books, highlighting the very best of what American publishing had to offer in fiction,...
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You Don't Know Me: A Citizen's Guide to Republican Family Values
Bookslut reviews
"You Don’t Know Me: A Citizen’s Guide to Republican Family Values by Win McCormack is really great bathroom reading. Organized alphabetically by topic, which range...
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Love Every Leaf, The Life of Landscape Architect Cornelia Hahn Oberlander
CM: Canadian Review of Materials reviews
... The intense personal interest of the author is reflected in the thorough research, attention to detail that brings the subject to life, and the conversational...
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The Big Issue (north) reviews
With Europe ravaged in the closing stages of world war two, Russia's advancing Red Army causes the civilian population of Germany to flee in terror. Alix, the...
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The Portland Phoenix reviews
"Doyon's writing is colorful and confident, in the way of John Irving and Richard Russo, and she is able to balance both the tragic and the comical with deft...
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Raliegh News and Observer reviews
Email Print Order Reprint Share: Yahoo! Buzz Text tool name close x tool goes here BY LUCIANA CHAVEZ - Staff writer Temple University professor Bryant Simon...
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Jamaica Plain Gazette reviews
Jamaica Plain resident Randy Susan Meyers’ first novel, released this month by St. Martin’s Press, was inspired by a horrific event in her own childhood and...
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CITY OF DRAGONS ...  next Valentine's Day, leave more than your heart in 1940 San Francisco.
South Florida Sun-Sentinel reviews
Unconventional characters provide the backbone of the mystery genre. And Kelli Stanley's riveting new series about 1940s San Francisco private investigator Miranda...
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Let's Book It reviews
Wow .... just wow. You know that feeling when your partner hands you a gift and it's in a really little package and you know it is going to be an expensive and...
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Grasping for the Wind reviews
This is an apocalyptic story to stand alongside such greats as Alas, Babylon by Pat Frank, The Road by Cormac McCarthy, or the Wastelands anthology edited by John...
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Respiring Thoughts reviews
"[A] masterfully crafted story about friendship and growing up."
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The Way Home
The Desert Sun reviews
Allison Johnson writes about people on the edge. In particular, people in Southern California who are living on the fringe, physically, emotionally, and mentally....
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