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Published Reviews

Indie Reviews reviews
I’ve been a fan of ‘Nathan Burgoine’s short fiction since reading his first published story “Heart” in the critically acclaimed anthology Fool For Love: New Gay...
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The Covert Messiah
https://www.kirkusreviews.com/book-reviews/j-r-lankford/the-covert-messiah/ reviews
"extremely well-orchestrated plot...engaging, tense."
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Halfway to the Stars
Amazon.com reviews
the title of Daniel Curzon's new book might lead one to think it would be an innocuous collection of heartwarming tales that a tourist might choose for a vacation...
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Kaua'i Kids in Peace and War
Hawaii Book Blog reviews
In Bill Fernandez’s previous book, Rainbows Over Kapaʻa, the author touched on the expansive history of the small town he grew up in, “a place of opportunity...
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blurb, Tree Killer Ink reviews
“A Cute Tombstone” exists somewhere between poetry and prose. It satisfies me like a short story, creating a sense of urgency, while surprising me around every...
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Berkeley Poets Cooperative: A History of the Times
Cengage Learning, Gale Interactive reviews
Knowledgeably compliled and deftly edited by Charles Entrekin, "The Berkeley Poets Cooperative: A History of the Times" is a kind of literary/social/cultural/...
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Undercurrent - No. 9 in the DI Andy Horton Mystery Series
Library Journal reviews
Those seeking an outstanding British police procedural will devour the ninth entry in Rowson’s sea-oriented series (after Death Lies Beneath). Rowson’s plotting...
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Graveyard Rabbits Online Journal reviews
Rhoads is particularly adept at finding deeper meanings in what she sees, and the questions she puts to about the places she visits can gently guide us in our own...
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Charity's Heart
Amazon reviews
``````````````````````````````````````Charity's Heart"Charity's bedroom windowpane was chilled and wet from the cold evening air . . .she was locked inside the...
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Amazon reviews
Two Brothers : Origin is an engrossing YA Sci-Fi novel. We start out with teenage twins Argus & Tai who have been homeschooled all their lives by their "aunt...
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Come, Thief
Basalt Magazine reviews
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The American Poet Who Went Home Again
Amazon Reviews reviews
The American Poet Who Went Home Again will make me do something I never do--I will re-read this soul-exploring book again and maybe again. Going home is never easy...
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Damn Arbor reviews
One thought kept surfacing as I plunged through Brilliance, Flint native Marcus Sakey's fast-paced new thriller, which will be released tomorrow: this would...
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Shelf Awareness reviews
Picture the Dead by Adele Griffin, illus. by Lisa Brown (Sourcebooks Fire, $14.99, 9781402237126/140223712X, 272 pp., ages 12-up, May 2010) Adele Griffin here...
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www.knowledge.wpcarey.asu.edu reviews
Author Steve Bergsman is a real estate investment junkie much as others are political or sports junkies. His 2009 book, "After the Fall," subtitled "Opportunities...
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East Eats West
Readallday.org reviews
East and West Meet and Greet December 13, 2010 Andrew Lam's collection of essays, very cleverly entitled East Eats West: Writing in Two Hemispheres, is a timely...
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The River of Winged Dreams
Goodreads reviews
What I particularly noticed was the commentary on historical events, such as 9/11. There were also tributes to figures in American life past and present, figures...
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Lives of the Sleepers
Italian Americana reviews
Like the dreams, allegories, and legends he explores, Ned Balbo's second book of poetry reveals a compelling, elliptical interior logic. His erudite collection...
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Birds of Paradise Lose
Hyphen Magazine reviews
In 1999, Jhumpa Lahiri published a short story collection entitled Interpreter of Maladies. Though this was not the first short story collection to deal...
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The Book Review India reviews
It is difficult to beleive that the author could, in the same year, churn out something so eminently readable as SIMRAN. The novel starts with a bang with the...
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