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Published Reviews

Hickory Wind: The Life and Times of Gram Parsons
New York Times reviews
Re: Gram Parsons: All this is quite a résumé for someone who didn't even live as long as Kurt Cobain, Jimi Hendrix or Jim Morrison. Parsons died from taking too...
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A Modern Myth
TCM Reviews reviews
This fascinating story intertwines the choices we, as human beings make every day, and illustrates the consequences each one has on our society. Lindstrom should...
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A clincher!
Publisher's Weekly reviews
Being with Him Jessica Inclán Zebra, $13 paper (320p) ISBN 978-1-4201-0112-6 In Inclán’s sweet but sometimes silly trilogy opener, finding a soul mate is child’s...
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Book Browse reviews
While characterization is a commanding aspect of Morris's book the author is equally adept at grounding the story with a powerful sense of place and time. He...
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Publishers Weekly reviews
Set in St. Petersburg in 1868, Morris's superb second novel to feature Porfiry Petrovich (after The Gentle Axe) puts the detective borrowed from Dostoyevski's...
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Library Journal reviews
“Reviewers and readers will draw parallels between Ault's enlightening, well-researched debut, set in northern New Mexico, and the mysteries of Tony Hillerman,...
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KMUW reviews
Audio review on Kansas public radio.
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Baba's Farm Life reviews
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Kirkus Reviews reviews
Silver and Krömer pair their considerable talents to create a successful second title in the Anh's Anger series (Anh's Anger, 2009). This straightforward,...
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Publishers Weekly reviews
By turns cheeky and cherubic, these 420-character shorts from the author’s Facebook page encapsulate in pithy form entire plotlines or character studies. Known...
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City Paper reviews
It’s rare to find a work as seamless and fascinating as Lou Beach’s 420 Characters . The book is itself a little piece of art, a pocket-sized...
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Cutbank reviews
With his books Human Rights, and the latest Broken World, Joseph Lease has created a body of work which is wholly innovative and musically alive. Perhaps more than...
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Families in Society, Vol 89, No 2 reviews
As a social work student, I have been fortunate to discover my two dedicated passions, in both my professional and personal life—international social work and...
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Finn: A Novel
Newsweek reviews
Clinch's Pap is a convincingly nightmarish extrapolation of Twain's. He's the mad, lost and dangerous center of a world we'd hate to live in--or do we still live...
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Lit Windowpane
Terrain - A Journal of the Built & Natural Environment reviews
Regardless of the elemental source—Lit Windowpane is full of earth and air and water—each poem settles over us like a fine dew—not suffocating, but synaptic and...
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Conquistador
Booklist reviews
The saga of Cortés, Montezuma, and the Spanish conquest of the Aztec Empire has been chronicled repeatedly, and with justification, since it is one of the seminal...
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