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Published Reviews

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 Golden Dice
ANZ Litlovers Litblog reviews
I’ve been reading some rather grim books lately, so The Golden Dice was a welcome change!  Elisabeth Storrs writes historical fiction set in the days of...
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The Golden Dice
Confessions of an Avid Reader Litblog reviews
The Golden Dice, the latest novel in Elisabeth Storrs' Tales of Ancient Rome series, takes readers back to the 4th century BC, to a time when ancient Etruria was...
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The Golden Dice
Newtown Review of Books reviews
The second book of Tales of Ancient Rome intertwines the stories of three women to again create a fascinating novel of love and war, richly steeped in history...
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Sown in Tears
American Association of Jewish Libraries reviews
This gripping book opens with the scene of a raid on a Jewish village in Czarist Russia as local peasants unleash a torrent of violence against its occupants....
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Gothic Beauty magazine reviews
Morbid Curiosity Cures the Blues is a good read for those looking for salacious and dark material, and for people who tend to think in terms of "What if...?"...
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Expat Info Desk reviews
"a perfect read, engaging and well-thought out":  ExpatInfoDesk.com's book review of my anthology Tales from the Expat Harem "If you’re considering...
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E. Charlton Fortune
The Cedar Street Times reviews
`` . . . beautifully written and brilliantly conceived . . . engaging, insightful, educational and most pleasurably entertaining. . . This is the way to teach...
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Mobile Mansions
January Magazine reviews
It wasn't long after our love affair with the car developed that we managed to combine it with another passion: travel. That seems an obvious statement since cars...
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Voya reviews
VOYA-Starred Review April 2007 Beaudoin, Sean. Going Nowhere Fast. Little,...
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The Wolf and The Lamb by Rosy Cole
Historical Novel Review Online (August - November quarter 2008) reviews
Mary Cole, a butcher’s daughter from Gloucester, is ignorant of the ways of the world. In a time when men of the aristocracy had “official” mistresses, the...
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Library Journal reviews
"Master of Ceremonies" is the dizzying, tender, and true story of a fledgling actor whose first break results in a two-year stint as the emcee at Chippendales, in...
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New West reviews
“As Margot Mifflin demonstrates in her absorbing book, The Blue Tattoo, the truth about Olive Oatman is more complicated than the many fictions about her.”
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Desirable Daughters
The New York Times reviews
Redolent with myth and symbol, Desirable Daughters is a signature work that shows why Mukherjee is the literary mother of the young Indian writers now flourishing...
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Metroactive.com reviews
If time were liquid, An Open Weave would be decades of warm sweet milk, deliciously consumed in one day. San Francisco poet devorah major's first novel is...
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