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Amazon reviews
I love to read books that are character driven however in the past few years I have picked up more books and then put them down after the first few chapters than I...
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Webs of Power is a work of fiction; however, if you happen to fill a high-level position in some corporate hierarchy, you may think you're reading a story about...
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If you like Barbara Taylor Bradford or Danielle Steel, you will love Darlene Quinn. She is among the best women fiction writers today. Her book "Unpredictable Webs...
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I think the best advice I can give anyone considering "Unpredictable Webs" is to be ready to spend some time enjoying this book because it is really hard to put...
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I cracked the lid to Darlene's latest web-tastic book Unpredictable Webs wondering what drama to expect from the well-drawn out characters in the 4th book of the...
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"Unpredictable Webs" is the second novel that I've read in the Web Series. The first being "Webs of Fate". In that novel and in this one as well....Quinn, an...
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I can honestly say...I generally don't write reviews..but I have to make an exception...this book.is like....WOW!!!....I never seen so much useable content in any...
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This is a wonderful and enlightening book. Winning the Money Game certainly separates the myths from the truth. This is a must read for everyone including...
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If you are part of the "buy term and invest the difference crowd" then be prepared. This book will change your "kool-aid" induced euphoria. If you've been told...
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Amazon reviews
I purchased Ike's book, "Winning The Money Game: Everything You Don't Know About Achieving Financial Independence (Vol 1)" soon after my stock trading mentor sent...
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Readers Favorite reviews
5-star review: Henry Mosquera has written one of the most fast-paced books I have ever read. You will be enthralled with the action and adventure. WARNING!...
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Publishers Weekly reviews
Growing up, Oakes (Slanted and Enchanted) felt many a dark night of the soul, though at the time she didn’t know to call it such, and rather than turn to God,...
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Sun Sentinel reviews
The great thing is the stigma of divorce is less at 29. You can say, ``All right, I've made a mistake. I don't have to live the rest of my life in misery.''...
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What I Love About You, Mom
Post-Gazette.com reviews
Having trouble finding just the right words to use to tell Mom how much she means to you? Let authors Kate and David Marshall help.  In "What I Love about You...
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The Fix reviews
Jennifer Pelland’s first collection, Unwelcome Bodies, is a compendium of dark tales that are truly speculative. Each one embraces a cosmic “what if”—many of the...
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The Disorder of Longing
Library Journal reviews
An engrossing blend of female self-discovery and grand adventure that is reminiscent of both Kate Chopin's The Awakening and Avi's The True Confessions of...
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Forgetting English
John Keeble, author of Nocturnal America reviews
“Midge Raymond’s exquisitely written stories turn on relationships, and not just of one kind — between lovers, yes, but also within families, between sisters,...
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The Evolution of Shadows
Bookforum.com reviews
Jason Quinn Malott's debut, The Evolution of Shadows, is a devastating, often dizzying novel of returns and turnarounds. [...] a meditation on both the horrors of...
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San Francisco Chronicle reviews
"Cool Jew" provides directions for making a shofar, the ram's horn trumpet used in synagogue. These begin with boiling the horn in water and baking soda for a...
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Addiction: What's Really Going On?
Chicago Sun-Times reviews
In "Addiction: What's Really Going On? substance abuse counselor Deborah mcCloskey takes us inside a southern California treatment program for heroin addicts. We...
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