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MADAPPLE
Kirkus Reviews reviews
The haunting tale of one exceptionally disturbed family unfolds in this gripping page-turner. Locked away from the world behind heavy drapes in a house with no...
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Legend of the Nile by Paul Klee
Midwest Book Review reviews
Originally begun as letters to a colleague, Albert Flynn DeSilver's writing began to transform into a whimsical epistolary experiment that turned writing a...
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Legend of the Nile by Paul Klee
SANTA FE NEW MEXICAN reviews
Letters to Early Street by Albert Flynn DeSilver (La alameda Press, 2007) is a sequence of fifty-four epistlatory poems. Each poem is a free verse “letter”--...
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International Herald-Tribune reviews
"...A compelling story about what works and does not at a family-run, publicly-traded business, whether the product is wine or widgets."
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BusinessWeek reviews
"A fascinating chronicle" and "a twisted tale filled with big egos, beautiful backdrops, and charismatic-yet-flawed characters who pull off towering feats and then...
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The New York Times reviews
Asimov finds The House of Mondavi "clear," "detailed," and "compelling." He writes: "Call it Greek tragedy or Shakespearean drama, Biblical strife, Freudian...
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Vinography - www.vinography.com reviews
"With stellar reporting and clear, enjoyable writing Julia Flynn Siler... describes the long rise and sharp descent of California's most iconic vintner," writes W...
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The Last Queen
Publishers Weekly reviews
The 1492 conquest of Granada makes for high adventure and royal intrigue in this second sparkling historical from Gortner (The Secret Lion). Spanish Princess Juana...
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BC Magazine reviews
"Seabird, the debut novel by Sherry Thompson, is reminiscent of Lewis's classic series in terms of the rich fantasy world the author has crafted . . . . . . "The...
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River
CK2S Kwips and Kritiques reviews
No one would ever guess that RIVER is a debut novel unless you told them! Skyla Dawn Cameron has perfectly captured the angst of the teenage years in a format...
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Publishers Weekly reviews
In spare, refreshing prose, Louis writes of characters burned by love and searching for reprieve in this debut collection of eight short stories. Often peopled by...
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Publisher's Weekly reviews
Sixteen-year-old Sydney has just learned that a casual fling has left her pregnant (“I hadn't felt like I knew him well enough to remind him about the condom issue...
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Reviews by Jessewave reviews
All Lost Things provides a gritty mystery into which readers can really sink their teeth as well as be taken unawares by the twists and turns of the plot as it...
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The Story of Saint Catrick
Goodreads.com reviews
As one reads this book there are many different things that can come to one’s mind. When I first started reading the first thing I seen in the story line was a...
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The Prick of the Spindle reviews
In a time of persistent reproductions of classic literature through various media, it’s rare that one surfaces with such buoyancy as Terence Hawkins’s take on The...
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Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reviews
In A. Manette Ansay's "Midnight Champagne" (1999), a funny, tender novel about a Midwestern wedding, the music is beer hall polka, raucous and sentimental. (Ansay...
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POETRY reviews
Perhaps as a countercurrent to the disintegration constantly threatening its speakers, Jukebox is filled with efforts to catch and clench. A woman presses her hand...
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Hayden's Ferry Review Blog reviews
There is ritual in this book: a searching for ritual, a creation of ritual. There is something in this collection that is purgative of the glories and the shames...
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BC Blogcritics reviews
Rothchild, a Los Angeles based writer, is promoting her recent book chronicling the small steps leading to a failed marriage.
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The Dark Place
RTE 1 Arena reviews
    “Millar is possibly unique among crime writers, that I know of, and the real world that he experiences. He was in the Maze prison, on The Blanket,...
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