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The Anatomist paperback
New York Times Book Review reviews
Henry Gray, the man behind Gray’s Anatomy (he had the help of a fellow doctor who created the drawings), became Hayes’s obsession. He finds out as much as he can...
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Choate Rosemary Hall Bulletin reviews
When I told friends I was moving to Japan in 2006, two who had previously lived in the Land of the Rising Sun had some advice about the Japanese language. The...
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Bing West reviews
"A raw, honest narrative by a young soldier thrust into an atmosphere that demanded care for the wounded, yet seemingly deprived of leaders who understood their...
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David Bellavia reviews
"Anthony's painful account of his time at war is at times difficult to read. This coming of age war memoir details the very gut wrenching journey he takes into...
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Philip G. Zimbardo reviews
“There is a curious similarity between Michael Anthony's "Mass Casualties" diary of daily survival as a young medic in the Iraq war with one of my favorite books,...
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http://www.columbiaspectator.com/2009/09/07/eric-barnes-novel-shimmer-science-fiction-meets-ponzi-sc reviews
. “[The] characters are the novel’s primary concern …. Shimmer is pervaded by a sense of solitude. … The descriptions of computers, networks, and information are...
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The Columbus Dispatch reviews
A spunky Louisiana girl survives tears and triumphs with the help of friends, family and the Moon Lady in the latest novel by Rebecca Wells, the belle of Southern...
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Austin American-Statesman reviews
First came the Ya-Yas, a tight-knit foursome drenched in Southern charm and grit. Now comes Calla Lily Ponder, who forges her own way in small-town Louisiana, with...
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Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reviews
It's hard not to fall in love with the people in this magical place, where love is as plentiful as the dancing, gumbo and ice-cold Cokes. "Crowning Glory," much...
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The Times-Picayune reviews
When readers are invited into novelist Rebecca Wells' Louisiana, they follow as if led by the Pied Piper. Who can resist those moonlit nights, those swimming holes...
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NPR - WGCU Southwest Florida reviews
Now let’s hear what our book reviewer, Linda Fasulo, has to say about “Catching Genius” by Kristy Kiernan.
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Author C.B. Smith - Internet reviews
What do you get when you combine a frond of frogs, a bushel of babes, and one benighted bulldog? You get Susan Culp’s zany otherworldly modern era dating adventure...
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ENWorld.com reviews
I’ve been a fan of Greek mythology since I was a kid and, as I look over this book, I feel a sense of nostalgia. In itself, the world of Hellas has all the tropes...
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Fear of Moving Water
Red Room reviews
As someone from a family with a long naval history, who has relatives lost or buried at sea, I tend to hold my breath when a camera pans below the tideline. So the...
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Chicago Sun-Times reviews
"Assiduously reported...particularly entertaining...Roby and Schreiber seem to have tracked down almost everybody who crossed paths with Hendrix..."
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After 50 It's Up To Us, Developing The Skills And Agility We'll Need
John Trauth - co author of Your Retirement Your Way - reviews After 50 It's Up To Us... by George Sc reviews
"Optimistic, deeply insightful, and filled with real-life examples, this book is a must for those of us who are willing to invest the time to develop the skills...
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Matters of Faith
Romantic Times reviews
4.5 Stars Told from the viewpoint of Marshall and his mother, this tale’s central focus is on a crisis and how the different ways of responding to it can cause...
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Perfect for Framing by Maggie Bishop
Out State Magazine reviews
Our State Magazine, February 2009 reviewed by Elizabeth Langfahl Boone author Maggie Bishop brings back carpenter, photographer, and unabashed “SCI” wannabe Jemma...
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The Master Planets
ForeWord Magazine reviews
In 1973, Peter Jameson was nineteen years old and preparing to conquer the world with his band, the Master Planets. Then echoes of his Holocaust ancestry swept in...
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THE BARFIGHTER
Kirkus Reviews reviews
A witty, fast-paced, well-plotted addition to boxing literature from The Ring magazine columnist Goldman (Where the Money Is, 1995). The novel opens in Los Angeles...
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