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Published Reviews

The Brothers' Keepers
Academia.edu reviews
A Professor and Attorney team up to write a social issue novel about child abuse and neglect situated in 1930’s-1940’s North Dakota—and reveal the ongoing...
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Catalina Kiss
Amazon.com reviews
I truly enjoyed this book. I didn't think I would enjoy a "romance" per se, but the underlying dilemma of the main character was completely modern and realistic. I...
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Sign of the Throne
My Dear Bibliophage reviews
“Melissa Eskue Ousley’s Sign of the Throne is a beautifully written tale that will captivate readers from the first page until the very last page. Eskue Ousley has...
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Sign of the Throne
Novels on the Run reviews
“A beautifully descriptive book filled with imagination, brave gorgeous lads, ravens, black cats, shadows, nightmares, dreams, a Nixie, a Queen who won’t give up...
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Sign of the Throne
Chuckles Book Cave reviews
“The plot just keeps you interested the whole time…There is just the right amount of descriptive work and dialogue, no incomprehensible info dumps and just that...
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Sign of the Throne
The Parsons' Rant reviews
“Portals, parallel worlds, monsters and kidnapped heirs are all part and parcel of Young Adult fantasy stories. It is not so much that a story contains these...
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Flying Out of Brooklyn
Reader Views reviews
Flying Out of Brooklyn Beverly Magid iUniverse (2007) ISBN 9780595455867 Reviewed by Paige Lovitt for Reader Views (12/07) The year is 1943, and Judith Weissman’s...
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www.amazon.co.uk reviews
Loved the way two very different families from very different places blended together in the story. Made you wonder which family really are the richer. Great read...
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Amazon reviews
This review is from: Capable of Murder (A Belinda Lawrence Mystery) (Kindle Edition) Belinda Lawrence receives an envelope from her Great Aunt, whom she has met...
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LILITH
Amazon.com reviews
As of September 2013, this rings in as my third favorite DarkFuse novel published in 2013. These are the kind of horror novels I'd love to see them do more of in...
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THE FORBIDDEN DAUGHTER
Book Pleasures reviews
There is no doubt that Shobhan Bantwal has joined the ranks of such genuine Indian storytellers as Anita Rau Badami, Neil Bissondath, and others. In her impressive...
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Book Cover - Time Will Tell
amazon.co.uk reviews
You have got to read this book! It is an A M A Z I N G tale of a young boy's journey growing up in his father's country. If you are not aware of the culture in...
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Mediterranean Summer hardcover
Kirkus reviews
San Francisco foodie Shalleck pleasantly recreates his sweat-and-glamour season toiling as chef on a yacht cruising the Côte d’Azur.  At the time, he was an...
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The prophet Daniel saw two men, one clothed in linen.
Amazon reviews
A compelling look into the life and times of Jesus, February 9, 2012 By David Lloyd (Israel) - See all my reviews This review is from:...
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On sale July 17!
Texas Monthly reviews
The real-world town of Colma, California—home to about 1,600 residents and more than two million corpses in seventeen cemeteries (motto: “It’s great to be alive in...
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Library Journal reviews
  “Antihero PI Swann’s sophomore case (after Swann’s Last Song) delivers the goods in the well-paced literary mystery. Salzberg’s soft-boiled touch makes this...
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Lives of the Animals
Boston Globe reviews
One book that has brought me particular pleasure is written by Idaho's Robert Wrigley. His title, ''Lives of the Animals," can't tell all the richness of life and...
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The Calligrapher’s Daughter
Library Journal reviews
Kim, Eugenia. The Calligrapher’s Daughter. Holt. Aug. 2009. c.400p. ISBN 978-0-8050-8912-7. $26. F Kim’s debut is the first-person chronicle of Najin, a young...
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A Highland Werewolf Wedding
Night Owl Reviews reviews
A Highland Werewolf Wedding is every bit as good as I had anticipated, and I enjoyed every minute of it. It was fun to read. There was lots to keep me interested...
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7 Tattoos: A Memoir in the Flesh
SPIN reviews
"Rendered with wit, humility, passion, and a razor-sharp perspicacity that recalls Joan Didion in her prime. Seven Tattoos combines the accessibility of fiction...
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