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Amazon reviews
A Wickedly Good Read, October 24, 2013 By Marvin Allan Williams (Fayetteville, North Carolina) - See all my reviews This review is from: A Wicked Design: A Belinda...
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BigAl's Books and Pals reviews
Reviewed by: BigAl Genre: Thriller Approximate word count: 80-85,000 words Availability     Kindle  US: YES  UK: YES ...
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God Particle
Reader's Favorite reviews
Toby Tate did a great job with God Particle and I finished it in just two sessions...
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Adé: A Love Story
Advance reviews reviews
“I want to say Adé reads like a memoir, but this heartbreaking, poetic tale of romance versus reality does more than that: it reads like truth. Lush...
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Kirkus reviews
VanHecke’s free-verse narrative is compelling, informative and emotive, telling the story by year from 1861 to 1863. Ladd uses acrylic and pastel paints with...
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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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Banner Journal reviews
The latest statistics show nearly two-thirds of U.S. citizens are overweight with nearly half of all Americans qualifying as obese. To combat the condition,...
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The Writer's Guide to the Courtroom: Let's Quill All the Lawyers
Travel The Ages reviews
"Ms. Ballman, has a clear understanding of what it would be like to have to research a topic from scratch and write a fiction book because she gives the right...
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Fernando's Gift
Booklist reviews
Ages 5-8. Set deep in the Costa Rican rain forest, this bilingual (English and Spanish) story introduces young Fernando and his family. His mother takes care of...
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Bookgasm reviews
Schmidt charms with a simple tale and draws it with an appropriate clean crispness.
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Lassen Reviews reviews
  Martin, Marianne, “The Indelible Heart”, Bywater Books, 2011.  The Power of Friendship Amos Lassen When a good story comes together with beautiful...
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Journal of American History reviews
This is a highly readable and deeply engaged examination of the culture of capitalism in the contemporary United States. It is an ethnography, based on countless...
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The Edge of Maybe
Women's Voices for Change reviews
The Edge of Maybe speaks to those spaces in-between, both geographically and spiritually, that we mostly don’t think exist in the certainty of youth. In...
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Gravities of Center
MELUS (Multi Ethnic Literature in the US) Journal reviews
Barbara J. Pulmano Reyes's debut book of poetry, Gravities of Center, opens with an invocation echoing with the loss and longing of exile: "Found" asks...
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Velva Jean Learns to Fly
Association of Library Trustees, Advocates, Friends and Foundations reviews
During World War II, more than 1,000 women pilots ferried fighter jets and other military aircraft in a program started by Jacqueline Cochrane called Women...
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Clover Doves
Raymond Mathiesen Book Reviews reviews
Filigenzi writes well and the plot moves its readers along, never boring them or dwelling too much on any particular point. There are a number of plot twists to...
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