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The Accidental Senator
Amazon.com reviews
I guess I qualify as an "accidental reader". My wife bought this book and I took it with me on a recent trip: it was the best thing I did. What a masterfully...
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The Accidental Senator
Amazon.com reviews
The characters are interesting and the sentences flow smoothly, but what I found myself staying up late into the night to read more of were the details. Details...
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Che Guevara's Marijuana & Baseball Savings & Loan
The Internet Review of Books reviews
Let's call it CGMBSL to save time and energy, but what really should be said first is, If CGMBSL ain't a roman a clef, it ought to be. The author is a native...
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Talking Heads Fear of Music (33 1/3)
The Guardian reviews
"At the peak, in 1980 or 1981, my identification was so complete that I might have wished to wear the album Fear of Music in place of my head so as to be more...
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Dissident Gardens
Publishers Weekly reviews
While collective memory might offer some hazy grasp of McCarthyism and the Hollywood blacklists, all but forgotten is the real American Communist Party and its...
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Old Man River
Booklist reviews
"Nonfiction lovers with eclectic tastes and readers bored by a single-discipline approach will love Schneider’s multiple-angle portrait of the Mississippi...
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Clover Doves
Amazon.com reviews
If you like romance and the paranormal, you can't go wrong with Clover Doves, a brilliant debut novel that has forever changed my concept of "forever" and "...
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Clover Doves
Amazon.com reviews
As I read the first part of Clover Doves, I knew I was reading a very well written story which, I believed, was directed toward the young adult population. Whether...
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Amazon.com reviews
If you want an easy read, an intriguing read, an emotional and move at a great pace read you have found it. Mike Tabor does a great job with character...
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Amazon.com reviews
Only few short days and I am already done! Usually, it takes me a couple years to finish a book because I am constantly busy, but not this book. This book had me...
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Blog Business World reviews
For me, the power of the book is how Donna Ballman presents the relevant employment law, for the various phases of an employee's career, in an clear and no...
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A clincher!
Publisher's Weekly reviews
Being with Him Jessica Inclán Zebra, $13 paper (320p) ISBN 978-1-4201-0112-6 In Inclán’s sweet but sometimes silly trilogy opener, finding a soul mate is child’s...
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Whispers From God
San Francisco Chronicle reviews
Pat Montandon packs 'em in at Litquake event Surprisingly, on a rather cold Monday night, the queue outside the Swedish American Hall for Litquake's Porch Light...
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Night of Many Dreams
San Francisco Chronicle reviews
Tsukiyama tells a quietly powerful and understated story of women finding their way in the world, and the strength they derive from family ties.
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Kirkus Indie reviews
    Speller explores the intersections of race, sex, violence, and art in this experimental poetry collection… Many of these poems use dialogue as their...
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PACKING LIGHT: NEW and Selected Poems
http://www.public-republic.net reviews
"Marilyn Kallet, author of 14 books, opens her anticipated selected poems with "Jonah on Oprah," a dramatic monologue that epitomizes how through wit, rhythm, and...
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Marin I.J. reviews
Redwood High Baseball Team of 1977 to be Remembered Keep your eyes peeled for the IJ next week, because we''ll have a piece in the sports section on Redwood High's...
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Kindle and Nook available now; print available September 17
To The Point reviews
In an effort to be as thorough with my exploration of the romance genre as possible, I decided that the last book I'd peruse would have a male author. It seemed...
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The Enoch Factor: The Sacred Art of Knowing God
The Veritas Magazine reviews
Being from a non-religious background I will admit to circling around this book several times before biting into it. The title seemed a little daunting and,...
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Stories in Stone
Sunset Magazine reviews
Keister has done for cemetery exploration what Audubon did for birding.
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