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Published Reviews

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Trollhalla.com reviews
"This afternoon I finished reading POW!erful Tales, edited by Michael C. Lea, published by Peryton Press. And I really liked it. I thought at first that it was...
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Under the Witness Tree
Katherine V. Forrest reviews
Under the Witness Tree is a multi-dimensional love story woven with rich themes of family and the search for roots. This is a novel of discovery that reaches into...
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Buried Strangers
Booklist reviews
Gage’s second Mario Silva mystery is an impressive follow up to an excellent debut (Blood of the Wicked, 2008), with an equally compelling plot, fascinating...
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Rainbow Reviews reviews
This short story is lyrical, fluid, and quietly unsettling; the style perfectly suited to its subject ~ an artist's obsession ...
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dovegreyreader scribbles reviews
"Libby capably and confidently weaves a pitch-perfect novel out of the facts surrounding the oppression of the Jews on the island and the resistance movement set...
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THE NUDE by Dorothy McFalls
Booklist reviews
McFalls has a special gift for handling serious subjects with a gentle touch, an invaluable trait that will endear her to Regency romance fans.
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LizaWasHere blog reviews
Briccetti’s essay was a favorite for more personal reasons. I owe her and her family a debt of gratitude — they were pioneers in the effort to have same-sex second...
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Entertainment Weekly reviews
I'm Sorry is full of quirky details and remembered snippets of conversation, most of it revealing in its everyday ordinariness. It turns out you can learn an awful...
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LA Times reviews
Like the best storytellers -- fictional or otherwise -- [Joseph] treats her people with compassion. She manages to be very funny. But she refuses to reduce her...
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South China Morning Post reviews
An unusually imaginative novel of family, loss and hope, The Year of Fog tackles mysteries of time, memory and the human heart.
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Big City, Bad Blood
South Florida Sun-Sentinel reviews
Authors such as Laura Lippman, Robert Crais, Steve Hamilton and S.J. Rozan continue to refresh this sub-genre. To that list, add Chicago author Sean Chercover,...
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Publisher's Weekly reviews
[starred review] Zeltserman’s breakthrough third crime novel deserves comparison with the best of James Ellroy. Joe Denton, a corrupt cop, has just been paroled...
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Night's Kiss: Lesbian Erotica
Erotica Readers and Writers Association reviews
"Finding sixteen of Catherine Lundoff’s stories in one place saves the reader from having to search for them in numerous erotic anthologies – not that the search...
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THE BARFIGHTER
Booklist reviews
Booklist The Barfighter. Goldman, Ivan G. (Author) Apr 2009. 248 p. Permanent Press, hardcover, $28.00 At 41, Lee Cheskis is a part-time junior-college instructor...
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Book Marks reviews
"...captures the southern continent’s blend of mystery, menace and majesty with ravishing immediacy....Bledsoe’s narrative of the women’s stint in polar isolation...
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White Hand Society: The Psychedelic Partnership of Timothy Leary & Allen Ginsberg
San Francisco Chronicle reviews
"Conners writes like a poet and researches like a scholar. He pored over hundreds of letters, FBI files and other primary sources to shed new light on these two...
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Island Girl
http://www.awornpath.blogspot.com/2010/12/island-girl-intertwines-family-drama.html reviews
Lynda Simmons' latest novel Island Girl takes readers on a trip to Canada and the Toronto Islands, a small clustering of islands just off shore in Lake Ontario. In...
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Awaken the Highland Warrior
Publishers Weekly reviews
"Clenney's Scottish paranormal debut is full of twisty subplots and sexy, romantic fun."..."there's plenty to keep readers looking ahead to the sequels."--...
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Waiting for Daisy
Seattle Post-Intelligencer reviews
"Inspiration and solace come in copious quantities in Peggy Orenstein's dazzling new memoir, a heart-rending account of her six-year quest to conceive a child...
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