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Published Reviews

Where Danger Hides
Publishers Weekly reviews
Odell follows 2010's When Dangers Calls with this sizzling suspense tale. Dalton, "just Dalton," is a sweet-talking Texas black ops contractor equipped with a...
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Michele and Jeff's Reviews reviews
Josh Aterovis has upped the suspense factor to a new level in The Truth of Yesterday, in both the natural and supernatural realms, while at the same time, offering...
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Ms Militancy
The Hindu Literary Review reviews
A man who saw the poet Meena Kandasamy read out from her latest poetry collection, Ms. Militancy, at the Jaipur Literary Festival this January apparently felt...
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The Midwife's Confession
Eileen Goudge, NYT bestselling author reviews
"The title screams, "Pick me up!" and you won't be sorry you did. The Midwife's Confession is an engrossing tale, one that keeps you guessing to the end, with all...
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The Midwife's Confession
Heather Gudenkauf, NYT bestselling author of The Weight of Silence reviews
"Diane Chamberlain's The Midwife's Confession is a compelling tale of friendship and motherhood told with compassion and vivid honesty. Through the points of view...
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The Midwife's Confession
Tatiana de Rosnay, NYT bestselling author of Sarah's Key and A Secret Kept reviews
"A beautiful novel about mothers and daughters, about secrets, friendship, love and loss, how we bring our children into this world and how we raise them. It will...
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Lori's Reading Corner reviews
Every woman has that group of friends in her life ~ her "go to girls" The friends that she can turn to who 'get it". The ones who are there for you no matter what...
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Visions & Affiliations, A California Literary Timeline I reviews
* excerpt from Jack Foley's "Visions & Affiliations, A California Literary Timeline" re: Uncle Dog: The Poet at 9 • 1962 - Robert Sward’s Uncle Dog is...
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Island Girl
http://www.awornpath.blogspot.com/2010/12/island-girl-intertwines-family-drama.html reviews
Lynda Simmons' latest novel Island Girl takes readers on a trip to Canada and the Toronto Islands, a small clustering of islands just off shore in Lake Ontario. In...
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Among the Departed by Vicki Delany
Library Journal reviews
Starred Review. The successful search for a missing boy in the woods near the British Columbian town of Trafalgar also uncovers a human bone that may belong to a...
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Believing Cedric
The Chronicle Herald reviews
  What I like most about this book is the quality of each section’s treatment of different cultural roots of Canada, the exceptional fluidity of Mark Lavorato...
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Veracity
Amazon reviews
"I believe this to be the best novel I have ever read. I was captivated by the choice of words used by Joshua and the others he conversed with, the interactions...
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The Prince of Ireland by Bryce Milligan
School Library Journal reviews
GR 4. . . . Milligan has taken a traditional Irish tale and synthesized many versions into a cohesive and delightful whole. His poetic prose demands to be read...
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The Art of Living
QueLibroleo.com reviews
El arte de vivir congrega a destacadas personalidades de distintas culturas del mundo, que comparten su visión y sus sentimientos sobre las cuestiones de la vida...
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THE FORBIDDEN DAUGHTER
Book Pleasures reviews
There is no doubt that Shobhan Bantwal has joined the ranks of such genuine Indian storytellers as Anita Rau Badami, Neil Bissondath, and others. In her impressive...
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The Enoch Factor: The Sacred Art of Knowing God
http://www.kirkusreviews.com/book-reviews/indie/steve-mcswain/the-enoch-factor/#review reviews
McSwain (The Giving Myths, 2007) examines Christian faith with an unofficial Buddhist perspective. He sees the search for God as a death of the ego and a letting...
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Bookin' With Sunny reviews
What a pleasure to be back with JP Kinkaid, his wife Bree, and the rest of the Blacklight entourage. Deborah Grabien, JP’s creator, has again set out to give life...
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Jaguar Fever
Bodice Rippers, Femme Fatales, and Fantasy reviews
The Cats are back in all their sensual, sinuous, sensational glory!! Terry Spear returns to her Jaguars in Jaguar Fever and boy does it sizzle. There is...
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Ron Silliman's Blog reviews
...fundamentally it demonstrates just how deep Finch’s commitment to language is.
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With the Wind, Kevin Dolan by Bryce Milligan
Skyline Magazine reviews
Milligan, who has written three books for children and young adults, including You Are There: Battle of the Alamo, recalls reading...
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