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Something Must Happen
Verse Wisconsin Online reviews
In Something Must Happen, Baltimore poet Ned Balbo gives shape and heft to the formless, fleeting past—both historical and personal—through his rich language and...
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Verse Wisconsin reviews
In The Kingdom of Possibilities, Tim Mayo introduces us to a sensitive, thoughtful, complex speaker. The voice in these poems is consistently the voice of someone...
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Sacramento Book Review reviews
The United States, mostly controlled by conservatives (the Reds), has been pursuing questionable policies for years to include an endless number of military...
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THE UNEXPECTED SON
CentralJersey.com reviews
Shobhan Bantwal may be on her way to becoming the next Joyce Carol Oates — or at least an Indian-American version of the prolific writer. For the past half decade...
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THE BARFIGHTER
Publishers Weekly reviews
The Barfighter Ivan G. Goldman. Permanent, $28 (248p) ISBN 978-1-57962-182-7 Goldman (Where the Money Is) brings to life the sleazy underbelly of professional...
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THE BARFIGHTER
Kirkus Reviews reviews
A witty, fast-paced, well-plotted addition to boxing literature from The Ring magazine columnist Goldman (Where the Money Is, 1995). The novel opens in Los Angeles...
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THE BARFIGHTER
Booklist reviews
Booklist The Barfighter. Goldman, Ivan G. (Author) Apr 2009. 248 p. Permanent Press, hardcover, $28.00 At 41, Lee Cheskis is a part-time junior-college instructor...
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Sacramento Book Review reviews
The United States, mostly controlled by conservatives (the Reds), has been pursuing questionable policies for years to include an endless number of military...
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Nowhere to Hide
Got Romance Reviews reviews
The plot is an interesting twist on a police procedural, giving the reader an insider’s view of the workings of the Orange County Sheriff’s Office. But the main...
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Nowhere to Hide
Thoughts In Progress reviews
Terry Odell’s novels are listed as romantic suspense. However, I think she writes action-packed suspense and intrigue with just enough romance sprinkled throughout...
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The Soul of Creative Writing
The Writer Magazine reviews
This book is not just for writers then, but for lovers of words and writing. For renewing my excitement about what I've chosen to do for a living, this book...
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Le Courrier (Switzerland) reviews
Dans Les Anagrammes de Varsovie, Richard Zimler allie avec virtuosité les dimensions fictives et historiques. Sur une toile de fond relatant d’authentiques...
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Hystera
Jenn's Bookshelf reviews
“Set in New York the 1970s, in the midst of the Patty Hearst kidnapping case, Hystera tells the story of one young woman’s battle with intimacy and independence....
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SuzyNelson.org reviews
"A clever and entertaining story.  She puts the reader inside the head of the heroine.  Ms. Nelson taught in an urban Los Angeles high school and knows...
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The Stubborn Princess
Barnes and Noble review reviews
A new classic! Aesop's, Grimm, Mother Goose and The Stubborn Princess... classics! This fascinating tale draws you into a beautifully crafted world of characters....
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Flavorwire.com reviews
Curious Pages is a blog that scans and posts strange and wonderful children’s books that time forgot. Browsing through its archive, we were reminded of just how...
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Money to Burn
Bookwatch reviews
“Carol Cowan's reading of this mystery is one of the best dramatic monologues on tape. Listeners will be captivated by an undulating, dynamic mystery. Highly...
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A NEW BOOK FROM RORY NUGENT
BOOKLIST reviews
Nugent, a sailor and a rambunctious travel writer, lived in New Bedford, Massachusetts, for 17 years, collecting the edgy stories that fuel this transfixing...
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Japan Times reviews
Whether you have just embarked on your kanji-learning adventure, have attained "kanji guru" status, or find yourself somewhere in the middle, "Crazy for Kanji"...
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Me & Emma
Bookreporter.com reviews
“Flock’s deceptively simple prose belies not only a seriousness in subject matter but also clever subtleties in the plot…Suffice it to say, you won’t soon...
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