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Published Reviews

Dead of the Day
Romantic Times Magazine reviews
Olson's skillful telling of an action-packed story makes this book difficult to put down. Four stars.
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Dead of the Day
Chicago Sun-Times reviews
Dead of the Day is a fun mystery, with just enough edge to make it sparkle.
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Dead of the Day
Richmond (VA) Times-Dispatch reviews
Olson, a graduate of Roanoke College and a reporter and editor for Connecticut newspapers for 20 years, brings a journalist's eye for detail and immediacy to this...
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EASY INNOCENCE
Kirkus Reviews reviews
Private eye Georgia Davis battles on behalf of a mentally challenged man charged with murder. After being suspended from the force and dumped by a fellow cop,...
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Disguised as Poetry
The Women's Review of Books, Vol. XVII reviews
Say how ya doing Outside world? Do you remember me? I’m that intricate part Missing from the whole The one y’all decided to forget. (p. 29...
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Guardian UK reviews
The timing of the award is almost as striking as the writing which it honours. A former American machine gunner's memoir of a year's tour of duty in Iraq based on...
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101 Really Important Things You Already Know, But Keep Forgetting - Cover
Philadelphia Bulletin reviews
Here’s a book you can fall in love with just by reading the table of contents. It’s entitled 101 Really Important Things You Already Know, But Keep Forgetting by...
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The Melancholy Fate of Capt. Lewis by Michael Pritchett
The Kansas City Star reviews
"Pritchett has achieved something pretty intricate here: He has wrapped the real-life explorer Meriwether Lewis in a contemporary fiction. The tension between...
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The Melancholy Fate of Capt. Lewis by Michael Pritchett
The Denver Post reviews
“With publication of Michael Pritchett's debut novel, The Melancholy Fate of Captain Lewis, Unbridled has again introduced an extraordinary writer to the world…the...
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The Melancholy Fate of Capt. Lewis by Michael Pritchett
The Washington Post Book World reviews
“Packed with strange characters and striking discoveries, The Melancholy Fate of Capt. Lewis explores one of America's most legendary adventures and surveys the...
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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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Sown in Tears
American Association of Jewish Libraries reviews
This gripping book opens with the scene of a raid on a Jewish village in Czarist Russia as local peasants unleash a torrent of violence against its occupants....
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The Black Church
Examiner.com reviews
The Black Church is a tightly spun story that leaves little time for the reader to catch his breath once it gets started... I would definitely recommend this...
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Undercurrent - No. 9 in the DI Andy Horton Mystery Series
Library Journal reviews
Those seeking an outstanding British police procedural will devour the ninth entry in Rowson’s sea-oriented series (after Death Lies Beneath). Rowson’s plotting...
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Amazon reviews
**** Quality you expect from Kavanagh, November 8, 2007 By Armchair Interviews (Minneapolis, MN) - See all my reviews This review is from: Bloody Ham (Paperback)...
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The Black Church
Horror World reviews
Though the story is at times emotionally wrenching and heartbreaking, it honors its classic horror roots and it never loses it way when it comes to terrifying...
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Birds of Paradise Lose
Tikkun Magazine reviews
  Birds of Paradise Lostby Andrew LamRed Hen Press, 2013 For the refugees who left Vietnam on boats and in helicopters, the journey home has been long and...
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Adé: A Love Story
Advance reviews reviews
“I want to say Adé reads like a memoir, but this heartbreaking, poetic tale of romance versus reality does more than that: it reads like truth. Lush...
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The Sense of Touch by Ron Parsons
Flyway reviews
Writer Elizabeth Giorgi has crafted a lovely review of "The Sense of Touch" for Flyway, a literary magazine that first published one of the collection's stories, "...
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Amazon reviews
Brian Kavanagh has done it again. Another great mystery "A WICKED DESIGN" starring Belinda Lawrence and Hazel Whitby. After learning of the death of a very dear...
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