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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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Bookgasm reviews
Thriller author Simon Wood’s WE ALL FALL DOWN is a fast-paced page-turner that will gain even more fans for his output. Hayden Duke works is a freelance contractor...
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Tantric Zoo: A Bud Warhol Mystery
www.smashwords.com/profile/view/robloughranbooks reviews
Tantric Zoo begins in 1987 at Tantricity Hill with four very different couples in different stages of their lives. Altair and his wife Apple run Tantricity Hill...
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Country Fried Soul: Adventures in Dirty South Hip-Hop
The Fader reviews
Writer/DJ Tamara Palmer smartly avoided the urge to attempt a be-all, end-all retrospective tome with her first book. Instead, she compiled a pause-tape style...
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Shadows in the Garden
Micro-Film Magazine, No. 7 reviews
“The filmmakers … dare to tell this story in a non-traditional manner, providing exposition through dictionary definitions, newspaper clippings, talk radio voices...
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Come, Thief
The Christian Science Monitor reviews
  Subscribe and save 75 %   Come, Thief Jane Hirshfield's poetry gives eloquent voice to moments, creatures, and landscapes often overlooked....
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Choice reviews
"Sociologist Loo ... has written an atypical book for an academic sociologist: it is well-written and jargon-free; requires no prior understanding of...
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ELLE magazine reviews
This is a wonderful love story about two people from opposite sides of the tracks enduring the hardest of hardships to be together.
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Writing as a Sacred Path
Good Reads reviews
In this inspiring guide, writing teacher and anthropologist Jepson draws on her worldwide travels and studies of spiritual traditions to present a refreshing...
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In Concern:  for Angels
Poetry Flash, Number 147 reviews
When you make a book of poems and inhabit that book with the presence of angels, you better know "from which you speak."  Bill Vartnaw has made such a book,...
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SF Crowsnest reviews
Particular reference must be made to "The House Of The Rising Sun" by Elizabeth Bear and "Reality Interrupted" written by Jason Erik Lundberg....
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