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LOLA,CALIFORNIA, the new novel by Edie Meidav (comes out July 5, 2011)
Mostly Fiction reviews
http://bookreview.mostlyfiction.com/2011/lola-california-by-edie-meidav/
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THE BRAHMS DECEPTION
Historical Novels Review reviews
This finely researched tale speculates on Brahms and Schumann’s relationship. The characters, setting and plot convince the reader of the veracity of the unfolding...
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http://www.antoinettemay.com/enterprise/bookworm/articles/signings.html reviews
What do we seek in poetry? by Antoinette May According to an expert— Kevin Arnold—it’s the unexpected, the undreamed of. What is found in poetry is that which is...
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LOLA,CALIFORNIA, the new novel by Edie Meidav (comes out July 5, 2011)
The Faster Times reviews
Meidav succeeds brilliantly in creating an authentic friendship between Lana and Rose, one that is messy, captivating, and durable. The Lolas are their most...
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Booklist Magazine reviews
★ Fifteen-year-old Lucky Linderman doesn’t feel lucky. After creating an ill-conceived school survey on suicide, he is besieged by well-meaning but...
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Where All The Dead Lie
Publishers Weekly reviews
Ellison's seventh Taylor Jackson thriller (after So Close the Hand of Death) reduces the body count from previous installments but maintains the tension as the...
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THE BRAHMS DECEPTION
Tor.com reviews
The Brahms Deception is the follow-up to Louise Marley’s Mozart’s Blood. (I wrote about this novel here, and the new book has a few glancing references to its...
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THE BRAHMS DECEPTION
Publishers Weekly reviews
“Marley’s second excursion into musical history (after 2010′s Mozart’s Blood) plays what-if with the relationship between Clara Schumann and Johannes Brahms, 14...
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BC Bookworld reviews
In life, one of Sarah’s goals was to understand China and its people, and she succeeds. In "The Empress and Mrs. Conger", Hayter-Menzies succeeds at understanding...
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THE TEACHER
NewBookReviews reviews
Robert Banfelder's newest psychological thriller,THE TEACHER, involves a diabolical and cunning serial killer. Clarence Emery is described as the most prolific...
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Classroom at the End of the Hall
Publishers Weekly reviews
Starred review*--Peculiar happenings are the norm in the classroom that serves as the setting for this droll collection.  Occasionally reminiscent of Louis Sachar’...
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Road- to-Health.com reviews
The Joy of Not Working by Ernie Zelinski (Ten Speed Press). This book does not come up on Internet searches for retirement books. Why? Because "retirement...
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Madame Magazine reviews
Deeply moving.
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Bitten by Books reviews
Haunted Hearths & Sapphic Shades Edited by Catherine Lundoff Review by Alecia Categories: Adult Content, Anthologies, Book Reviews, GLBT, Ghosts, e-books...
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Comixfan reviews
Like both Watership Down and Toy Story, Egg Story works so well because it has a lot of heart. Schmidt has avoided turning the whole book into one long joke, and...
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The Proxy Assassin"
Kirkus Reviews reviews
Knoerle hits precisely the right note of humility and bravado when his protagonist, American Office of Strategic Services agent Hal Schroeder, declares in the...
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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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