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Front Cover: Canaan Barred
idirect.com/Revue Books reviews
Forbidden Love & A Message Of Hope! The world could always use more messengers of hope -Philip Hyams is one such messenger. In his new novel CANNAN BARRED...
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Cartwheels in a Sari
People Magazine reviews
The story of Tamm’s birth—that she pressed her hands together in prayer at barely an hour old—was as festooned with mythology as the spiritual leader Sri Chinmoy,...
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Booklist reviews
How to Buy a Love of Reading. Gibson, Tanya Egan (Author) May 2009. 352 p. Dutton, hardcover, $25.95. (9780525951148). Carley Wells is a high-school junior at a...
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The Trouble with Demons
Romantic Times BOOKreviews magazine reviews
The Trouble with Demons received 4.5 stars (their highest ranking), and has been selected as a TOP PICK! (their highest honor) in their May 2009 issue. Demons,...
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Leland Poague, Screening The Past reviews
"The authority Taylor cites in adducing the Jacobean features of The white devil employs “the Baroque Tradition of pictorial representation” (p. 44) to model the...
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NUMENON A Tale of Mysticism & Money
USA Book News reviews
“The material and spirit world clash in this well-written adventure novel. A fantastic intellectual work which makes readers question their priorities in this life...
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Perfume River
http://www.fertel.com/forums/Forum13/HTML/000009.html reviews
Perfume Dreams is, to me, a storybook. Lam’s words, even the title, give me the chills. There are ghosts at work in this book, figures and objects and charred...
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Dying Unfinished
Soma Literary Review reviews
Maria Espinosa arrived in San Francisco in 1964, thinking to stay only a few months. Forty years later, she was living on Capp Street and teaching ESL at City...
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The Virtual Mummy
Victoria College Library reviews
"This slim (60 page) volume describes an interdisciplinary research project on an approximately 2,000 year old Egyptian mummy acquired by the Spurlock Museum on...
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The Dead Sea Codex
Mississippi Valley Archaeology Center reviews
"...Sarah Wisseman’s second entry in the Lisa Dona hue series is entertaining and satisfying. It is a slim volume (only 150 pages in length) and this is a...
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THE HEALING POWER OF GRIEF: The Journey Through Loss to Life & Laughter by Gloria Lintermans & Marilyn Stolzman, Ph.D., L.M.F.T.
IAHPC (International Association for Hospice & Palliative Care) News reviews
"My colleague and good friend is devastated. His 31-year-old son was knocked off his bicycle and killed on the weekend. Observing acute grief outside the...
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When the Coliseum Falls reviews
About a year ago, I read Christopher Meeks’ collection of short stories, Months and Seasons, and I found myself swept up in the stories. When I got the opportunity...
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Amazon.com reviews
CHRONICLE OF AIR AND DREAMS is at once a ghost story and a tale of vengeance. It weaves past and present in the story of Maria Elena, an archeologist, and her...
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Forgetting English
The Short Review reviews
Travel and exploration, how it connects and disconnects us, how familiar problems in unfamiliar locations can sometimes force us to see who we really are and where...
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www.ireadromance.com reviews
Author Kiki Howell provides four steamy short stories with a particular central focal point – the magic of stones. This anthology displays a nice array of...
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College Candy reviews
"both charming and laugh-inducing"
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Northern Mama reviews
This novel is beautifully written, the imagery bring the exotic Venezuela to life for those who have not experienced it! Mascarenhas' use of Spanish phrases adds...
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To  Hide in the Light
The News-Courier, Athens, AL reviews
"Bonnie Roberts' book of poetry To Hide in the Light (Elk River Review Press, $12) cannot hide at all. It is a startling, wet, fresh symphony of colors and...
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