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My Ongoing Struggle with Misanthropy reviews
The book was Dedra Johnson’s Sandrine’s Letter to Tomorrow. It is not a book that I would normally pick up. I usually go for the over-testosterone stories of...
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The Jamais Vu Papers 2010
Publishers Weekly reviews
In this fresh, experimental novel, a psychotherapist, Hector Glasco, attempts to cure Hilary, a jaded movie queen, of her "perpetual sense of déja vu." … Cleverly...
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Anna's World
Saffron Tree internet site reviews
It would seem that simplicity is, in fact, a remarkably difficult thing to achieve. And yet, surrounded as we are by the noise, pollution and violence that we...
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H-Net (Humanities and Social Sciences Online) reviews
Huber's novel reflects her poignant, sincere, moving effort to connect with a grandfather she never knew and a world she could only hope to imagine. All along, she...
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Desiree
Chico Enterprise Record reviews
Biblio File book review: A rollicking first novel from Doug Keister By DAN BARNETT Posted: 05/20/2010 12:00:00 AM PDT Perhaps best known for his beautifully...
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Brevity reviews
Huber had rediscovered her grandfather, a specter she’d only known in family stories and second-hand accounts. She’d cemented facts when she could cement them, and...
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Cover Me: A Health Insurance Memoir
Author Exposure reviews
I thought I knew what to expect from Cover Me by Sonya Huber, but I was so wrong. This book is much more than a diatribe about medical coverage in the United...
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Cover Me: A Health Insurance Memoir
Elevate Difference (formerly Feminist Review) reviews
Cover Me is a moving portrait of how access to healthcare determines who is a “have” and who a “have not” and in Huber’s hands, the issues surrounding healthcare...
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Publishers Weekly reviews
Like many, Goodman (French Dirt) moved to New York City in search of a home, a place in which he might feel comfortable and thrive. He found it "against the...
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Fortunate Harbor by Emilie Richards
http://www.amazon.com reviews
The five women who own cottages at Happiness Key could not be more different, but that doesn't stop them from being friends. Janya hasn't been able to get pregnant...
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Dead Man's Wharf
Kirkus reviews
Dead Man's Wharf is a starred review. ‘Rowson turns out an exemplary procedural with the requisite plot twists, double-crosses and all loose ends tied up neatly in...
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The Enoch Factor: The Sacred Art of Knowing God
Amazon.com reviews
I read this book straight through: could not put it down, largely because I have, like Steve, spent a good portion of my life as a preacher. His discovery of...
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Erotica Revealed reviews
In several of these stories, the appeal of circus performers for audience members and humble handymen is a source of erotic tension. In “Aiming to Please” by...
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Middle-East Mezze
DEUS LOCI reviews
David Radavich, in his latest book of poems, Middle-East Mezze, has created a work that begins in commentary on these twentieth-century places and ends in the...
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BookList reviews
  The novel shares some themes with other well known stories of immortality (Nicholas Monserrat’s The Master Mariner, for example), but it's anything but a...
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Depth of Deception (A Titanic Murder Mystery)
IndieReader reviews
Galant masterfully weaves together a multi-layered plot that doles out clues to keep the reader hooked and guessing. Each chapter moves from the story of one...
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What I Love About You, Mom
My Springfield Mommy reviews
What I Love About You, Mom is the perfect gift for all moms out there.  Mother’s Day is just around the corner and instead of the typical flowers and a card,...
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Amazon reviews
Becket Remains A Mystery, June 25, 2013 By Karen J. Dahood "moxie cosmos"Amazon Verified Purchase This review is from: A Canterbury Crime (A Belinda Lawrence...
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Narrative Magazine reviews
On occasion, the narrator looks around the room, and Ehrhardt has a gift for lucid description that has the hyperreal effect of a still life, causing one to...
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BarnesandNoble.com reviews
Customer Rating for this product is 5 out of 5 In-your-face-funny A reviewer, loves to laugh/loves irony, 07/29/2008 When you're in love, everything is Jewish....
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