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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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Amazon reviews
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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Amazon reviews
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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Amazon reviews
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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Amazon reviews
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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The Odyssey of a Manchurian
Library Journal reviews
Yang recounts the trek her father made down the length of China to escape civil war and hunger as Mao Zedong Communist battled Chiang Kai-shek's Nationalist for...
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Cookie's Book Club reviews
I’m always on the prowl for well-written short stories. In 2011, I stumbled upon a volume that became my favorite find of the entire year. No, make that my...
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Dead Man's Wharf
AudioFile Magazine reviews
Narrator Gordon Griffin speaks with an educated British accent, differentiating each character in this mystery through a slight alteration in pitch and...
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East Eats West
blogster.com reviews
   As a child I grew up reading books like John Bellairs’ The House with a Clock in It’s Walls,J.R.R. Tolkien’s The Hobbit and Madeleine...
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Shamokal, a Bangladeshi daily ,10th October 2008 issue. reviews
Sarojini Sahoo is a remarkable writer of Oriya language. She is known as one of the first ranking feminist writers of India. Known mainly as a fiction writer, she...
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Kindle and Nook available now; print available September 17
Amazon reviews
FIVE STARS  After enjoying Christopher Meeks' cleverly self-deprecating short story collection The Middle-Aged Man and the Sea, I decided to pick up his...
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Woman Lawyer
Stanford Law Review reviews
Called “Portia of the Pacific,” Clara Shortridge Foltz, who lived from 1849 until 1934, was the first woman admitted to the practice of law in California, and...
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The Banquet Bug
New York Times reviews
Geling Yan’s sly comic novel about the excesses — culinary and otherwise — of modern life in the Chinese capital... Although it may seem fantastical, her fiction...
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Some Secrets Should Stay Buried
Library Journal reviews
With this debut thriller, Ellison puts her mentoring by Lee Child to good use. A serial killer named the Southern Strangler is making the rounds of several...
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Romantic Times reviews
"an absolutely charming, feel-good read. Lauren Baratz-Logsted writes genuine characters, killer comedic timing and romantic blunders that are truly something...
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