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RPG.net reviews
HELLAS works because it is consistent with its goal of making a space opera game along the lines of classic Greek heroism, with the setting creating sensible...
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Dead Man's Wharf
Kirkus reviews
Dead Man's Wharf is a starred review. ‘Rowson turns out an exemplary procedural with the requisite plot twists, double-crosses and all loose ends tied up neatly in...
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Armchair Reviews reviews
Open the pages of When Danger Calls, and step into an action-filled journey you can’t escape... It’s like Barbie meets Wolverine. Two totally different worlds...
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The Missing Ink by Karen E. Olson
Darque Reviews reviews
The Missing Ink is suspenseful, entertaining from the start, and has a touch of romance that nicely rounds out the story.
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The Missing Ink by Karen E. Olson
Publishers Weekly reviews
The Painted Lady, a tattoo shop in contemporary Las Vegas, and its owner, artist turned tattooist Brett Kavanaugh, are central to this pleasantly jargon-free...
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Small Press Review reviews
As soon as you open WORD DANCING, Jeanne Powell's craftswomanship and power draw you in and keep you reading until the final syllable. Each word feels carefully...
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The Bones of Summer by Anne Brooke
Unique Logophilos website reviews
Ms Brooke stares unflinchingly at the dark underbelly of every day existence, and makes it uncomfortably real ...
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A Brief History of Time
Gently Read Literature, July 2009 issue reviews
A Brief History of Time by Shaindel Beers reveals her tensions at the duplicity of her life which finds her sometimes stuck back on the Midwestern farm of her...
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The Peep Diaries: How We're Learning to Love Watching Ourselves and Our Neighbors
The Winnipeg Free Press reviews
The Peep Diaries How We're Learning to Love Watching Ourselves and Our Neighbors By Hal Niedzviecki City Lights, 296 pages, $18 IS the Internet turning North...
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April & Oliver
Publisher’s Weekly reviews
Publisher’s Weekly - June 15, 2009 April & Oliver Tess Callahan. Grand Central, $23.99 (326p) ISBN 9780446540599 In this memorable debut, Callahan offers a...
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Rebel: The Life and Times of John Singleton Mosby
Washington Post Book World reviews
  In Rebel, Kevin H. Siepel has written the fullest biography of the celebrated Confederate partisan leader John S. Mosby that we are likely to get. The...
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Love Every Leaf, The Life of Landscape Architect Cornelia Hahn Oberlander
Quill & Quire reviews
Stinson delivers her usual polished product, crafting a thoroughly researched, well-written text. Tundra hasn't scrimped on the production values, either, so the...
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A Sensible Match Book
www.romancereaderatheart.com reviews
A SENSIBLE MATCH is a sensible choice for summertime reading. It is entertaining and lively, romantic and funny. I loved watching the relationship between Abby and...
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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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Anh's Anger
Reach and Teach reviews
Getting angry is normal. The question is how do you deal with your anger. In this incredibly story, Anh gets really angry and gets sent to his room to "sit with"...
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The Witch From The Sea
Booklist reviews
"Jensen combines action and romance in this gritty and realistic portrait of life on the seas."
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Tatler reviews
"Nadelson writes wonderfully well about New York in her crime novel series featuring detective Artie Cohen. Her new book, however takes Cohen out of his comfort...
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Mrs. K and Captain J reviews
Everyone likes the book they can't put down, right? Either it's frustrating yet compelling or interesting and exciting and you just can't seem to get anything...
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The Beautiful Anthology.JPG
The New York Times reviews
Like a David Cronenberg movie, this offbeat anthology zeros in on beauty's dark and complicated side. Another bonus: it mostly features good writers you've never...
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Old Man River
New York Post reviews
Historian and writer Schneider (“Bonnie and Clyde,” “The Adirondacks”) didn’t just stick his head in books and maps and hang out in libraries for this all-...
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