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Published Reviews

Hammers Paperback, a novel by Ron Dakron
Publishers Weekly reviews
"Dakron keeps the story moving along at a sprightly (not to say manic) clip . . . readers of his third novel (after infra and Newt) will discover a writer with a...
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infra, a novel by Ron Dakron
Ergo Magazine reviews
"Dakron is a poet and the language of this novel is eroticized poetry married to story . . . This is a sex and violence story told more in dream and nightmare than...
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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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SomethingDark.eu reviews
Rarely have I picked up a book – or, in this case, my laptop since Freak Parade is also self-published as an e-book by the author, Marilyn Jaye Lewis – and...
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Kindle and Nook available now; print available September 17
BookTrib Review Crew reviews
Five Stars! Three cheers for Christopher Meeks and his wildly entertaining picaresque novel about the gentle, bumbling hero physicist Gunnar Gunderson’s quest for...
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goodreads.com reviews
I just finished 'Time Will Tell' and I thoroughly enjoyed it. This is a touching memoir of Parent / Child, Family and Friendship / Relationships. It is a chronicle...
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amazon.com reviews
Read the book and was really moved by the story. Amazing boy who had the strength to find his own during such turbulent times. Really suggest this book to all.
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Book Cover - Time Will Tell
amazon.com reviews
This is an engrossing story about one young boy's journey, being smuggled by his Dad from England to Nigeria with his little sister without his Mom's knowledge....
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Book Cover - Time Will Tell
amazon.com reviews
Read the book and was really moved by the story. I could not put it down once I started. Like life it isn't always full of sunshine but this story is about an...
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amazon.com reviews
An inspirational story of courage and determination about a parentally abducted little boy taken to a another country and his journey into manhood. Written for...
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http://www.alamedamagazine.com/media/Alameda-Magazine/March-April-2007/Authors/ reviews
From the Carmel Authors & Ideas Festival: “Joe Quirk is a TV talk show darling for his hilarious non-fiction IT’S NOT YOU, IT’S BIOLOGY: THE SCIENCE OF LOVE,...
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The Disorder of Longing
Fiction Nation reviews
Natasha Bauman's The Disorder of Longing takes a look at a very peculiar time in American history, the late Victorian period, when things like women getting the...
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Scarecrow Gods
Macabra Ink reviews
"It’s rare to find a first novel with the depth, clarity, and complexity Weston Ochse’s Scarecrow Gods. The author seems to have dragged his characters form his...
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The Golden Dice
Amazon reviews
"The religion, traditions, customs, and lifestyle of the Etruscans are told in vivid detail in this book, which I actually read first, before "The Wedding Shroud...
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Globe and Mail, Canada reviews
In this collection of essays, 29 foreign women share their tales of conflict and discovery in Turkey. Spanning four decades and most of the country's regions,...
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The Blue Religion
Publisher's Weekly reviews
Mystery Writers of America presents a high-quality anthology of 19 original stories that explore a wide range of police experiences, from newcomer Polly Nelson's...
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Appalachian Heritage reviews
Kathryn Stripling Byer. Coming to Rest. Baton Rouge: LSU Press, 2006. 63 pages. Hardback $45.00. Trade paperback $16.95. This new collection by North...
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O, The Oprah Magazine reviews
“You may want to leave the horror behind you--that may be why you haven't yet picked up Columbine, journalist Dave Cullen's spectacularly gripping account of the...
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CHINA: Portrait of a People
China Daily reviews
"There is no single image that can adequately represent the diversity that is China. This is partly why Tom Carter's 638-page tome of photographs taken during his...
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www.npr.gov reviews
http://www.npr.org/2012/07/11/156488950/a-door-in-the-ocean-leads-to-dar...   Many of the key scenes in David McGlynn's striking new memoir, A Door in the...
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