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Brilliance
Kindle Post US reviews
Gillian Flynn is an American author and former television critic for Entertainment Weekly. As of 2013, she has published three novels: Sharp Objects (2006), Dark...
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The Final Cut
Publishers Weekly reviews
Bestseller Coulter (Bombshell) teams with Ellison (Edge of Black) on a thriller that manages to be both intricate and full of jaw-dropping action sequences. Det....
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The Accidental President Returns
Amazon.com reviews
Thoroughly enjoyable political fiction trilogy! I wish some of our elected officials in DC would read the books andadopt the "recommendations". Cannot wait for the...
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The Accidental President Returns
Amazon.com reviews
Abby's accidental presidency is over, she is married to the Sexiest Man Alive, and her post-doctor and post-presidency life is about to begin with he love of her...
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Amazon.com reviews
This is the second book I have read in Dr. Swanson's trilogy and I cannot WAIT for the third!!!!!! The character Abigail Adams is as smart as a whip, funny as...
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Amazon.com reviews
Every reader fell in love with Abigail Adams in "The Accidental Senator", and the love affair has continued into this book. Her sound logic, reasoning, and...
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Amazon.com reviews
Wow! I normally don't read books of this kind, but it was so highly recommended by a few friends of mine while we were on the road, I gave it a shot and just a...
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Amazon.com reviews
Book Two in the trilogy, The Accidental President, adds romance to the Senator's life. Through three freak accidents, Abby Adams finds herself in the position of...
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The Accidental Senator
Amazon.com reviews
I really enjoyed the book and heartily recommend it for others. The characters are strongly delineated and they quickly grabbed my interest. Dixie Swanson's eye...
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The Accidental Senator
Amazon.com reviews
This is the story of a sister's love, a doctor's ability to overcome, and the wonderful family they grew up with. But it is also so much more than that. It is...
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Tofu Ling
American Library Association's Newbery-Caldecott Committee member reviews
As a librarian and two year member of the American Library Association's Newbery-Caldecott Committee, I was instantly drawn to the spinning movement and...
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Publishers Weekly reviews
Set in St. Petersburg in 1868, Morris's superb second novel to feature Porfiry Petrovich (after The Gentle Axe) puts the detective borrowed from Dostoyevski's...
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www.reviews4reviews.com reviews
The Making of Tibias Ivory: Freedom's Quest by D. Allen Jenkins Review by John Howard Reid I am not a fan of kindle, nook, iPad and other such devices. True, they...
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The Hits Just Keep on Coming: The History of Top 40 Radio
KRT News Wire reviews
Ben Fong-Torres tells how (Omaha radio station owner) Todd Storz and his program director, Bill Stewart, noticed how patrons at a bar kept playing the same few...
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Random House reviews
"Elizabeth Flock has created a young heroine who will win your heart. Caroline Parker is fierce, bright, and endlessly lovable. Amid this well-plotted mystery,...
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Lit Windowpane
Savvy Verse & Wit reviews
Suzanne Frischkorn’s Lit Windowpane is a slim collection of poems, published by small press Main Street Rag, that examines what humanity has done to the...
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Diary of a Witness
School Library Journal reviews
Ernie and Will stick together to minimize or deflect the regular bullying aimed at them by a cruel group of five jocks. Ernie’s mom and his Uncle Max provide a...
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For One Who Knows How to Own Land
North Carolina Literary Review reviews
Most of the poems in For One Who Knows How to Own Land convey the pain of people learning to endure the circumstances of their life. However, the collection is a...
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Diwata
Coal Hill Review reviews
A Diwata, in Philippine culture, is a guardian spirit of nature similar to a nymph or elf who resides in large trees and is capable of delivering both fortune and...
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http://colleenanderson.wordpress.com/2009/11/12/book-review-the-sweetest-kiss/ reviews
The book opens with “Midnight at Sheremetyeo” by Remittance Girl. It is a simple tale, not really new in plot, of a vampire who breaks the rules that keep them...
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