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Shadows and Ghosts
Ivory Owl Reviews reviews
Let me say first off that this book is the perfect example of why you should not judge a book by its cover! The cover would lead a reader to believe the story is a...
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Cute Eats Cute
Pioneer Press, St Paul, MN reviews
One of the fiercest annual political/social battles in Minnesota is fought over deer. This year was no exception. Some folks in metro-area suburbs want bowhunters...
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Death Surge
Publishers Weekly reviews
Rowson plunges readers into the midst of the  series’ intricate backstory in her 10th Det. Insp. Andy Horton mystery (after 2013’s Undercurrent).  Within...
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"Iron"
http://litseen.com/?p=15205 reviews
"Books have a habit of dying on me, but this one didn’t (my wife couldn’t put it down, which was slightly disconcerting). One thing holding my attention is how...
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Amazon reviews
***** A Good Read, November 13, 2013 By Joseph Gilpatric Amazon Verified Purchase. This review is from: A Canterbury Crime (A Belinda Lawrence Mystery) (Kindle...
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The Black Church
Examiner.com reviews
The Black Church is a tightly spun story that leaves little time for the reader to catch his breath once it gets started... I would definitely recommend this...
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The Black Church
Goodreads reviews
Now this is how to write a novella...I am blown away on just how good this story was and how well written it is.
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Halfway to the Stars
Amazon.com reviews
(from Amazon.com) By William Neville – October 14, 2013                 ...
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Publishers Weekly reviews
In staccato verse, VanHecke (Raggin’ Jazzin’ Rockin’) illuminates an absorbing slice of Civil War history: runaway slaves’ establishment of a settlement in newly...
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The Black Church
Horror World reviews
Though the story is at times emotionally wrenching and heartbreaking, it honors its classic horror roots and it never loses it way when it comes to terrifying...
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BOOKLIST reviews
"The revolution is a complicated and multifaceted event, and, in some ways, Hellmann’s story of tragic love oversimplifies it; yet she does take care to ensure...
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Studio: The OnLine Literary Journal reviews
The writer we know by the name Edgar Allan Poe famously refers again and again to a central fear of being buried alive. Ned Balbo—who shares with Poe some vital...
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The Enoch Factor: The Sacred Art of Knowing God
Liverpool, UK reviews
" A book that challenges the reader to open up their view and experience of God far wider than most churches dare to endorse! Steve combines a spiritual biography...
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NewPages.com reviews
Brown Glass Windows by Devorah Major is one of those novels told partly through the confines of the conventional prose story form and...
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AIR
Library Journal reviews
Humans have always had a desire to fly. From Leonardo da Vinci and his studies and drawings of flight to Orville and Wilbur Wright's flying machine to Amelia...
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FOOL FOR LOVE
Three Dollar Bill Reviews reviews
“Heart” is one of the more poignant stories in this anthology and captures the essence of what we wouldn’t do in our power to keep the one we love in our arms and...
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Erotica Revealed reviews
"Next in the book is the astounding “Pleasure's Apprentice” by Remittance Girl. In measured, polite, almost distant prose, the author introduces ex-college...
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Vampire Boy's Good Night
Publisher's Weekly reviews
Bela, a vampire with a fanged overbite, and his witch friend, Morgan, set out to look for children on Halloween night, though they aren't sure they exist ("I've...
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The Anatomist
Nature: The Int'l Weekly Journal of Science reviews
 [In addition to telling the stories of Henry Gray and H.V. Carter,] The Anatomist also concerns the progress of a third anatomist: Hayes himself. Early on in his...
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