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Night's Kiss: Lesbian Erotica
Goodreads.com reviews
Every time I have the pleasure to read Catherine Lundoff’s lesbian erotica, I am invariably left breathless in more ways than one. Lundoff is a master of the...
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Liars Anonymous
Booklist reviews
STARRED REVIEW “A powerful, masterfully constructed, action-packed novel with fiercely moral underpinnings and strong protagonist, this cements Ure’s position...
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Liars Anonymous
Kirkus reviews
STARRED REVIEW “Ure (The Fault Tree, 2008, etc.) provides a meaty, twisty puzzle. But the real prize here is Jessie, a tough, conflicted heroine you won’t soon...
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Liars Anonymous
Library Journal reviews
STARRED REVIEW “Shamus Award–winning Ure’s third mystery (after Forcing Amaryllis and The Fault Tree) is perhaps her finest effort to date.”
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Liars Anonymous
Publishers Weekly reviews
STARRED REVIEW “Taut…. As Ure slowly peels back the layers of scar tissue to reveal [protagonist] Jessie's past crimes, the investigation of the woman's murder...
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Jennifer's Random Musings reviews
"In what is one of my favorite reads so far this year, Terry Spear provides readers with a suspenseful paranormal romance that I couldn't put down! The strong and...
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Web reviews
“My Miserable, Lonely, Lesbian Pregnancy, Andrea Askowitz’s brilliantdebut memoir, is the exact kind of thing I’m always looking for at the bookstore—something...
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http://www.lesbilicious.co.uk/books-art/review-my-miserable-lonely-lesbian-pregnancy-by-andrea-askow reviews
Andrea is a 35-year-old pregnant, neurotic single lesbian. She wets herself when she sneezes, she pukes at the roadside and pretends that she’s praying, and she...
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The Raabe Review reviews
“…on December 22, [1999,] the evening of the winter solstice, the brightest moon of the century would appear, just days before the calendar started with new...
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Who Lives?: A Play
The Los Angeles Times reviews
March is National Kidney Month, which makes the docudrama "Who Lives?" only appropriate. Christopher Meeks' fact-based play about an anonymous citizens committee...
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Arc & Hue
harriet: a blog from the Poetry Foundation reviews
For real, all one has to do is read Arc & Hue to know that Betts is a REAL poet. Not only does she write about a diverse range of expansive themes, but she...
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HUNTED
WildMoo Books reviews
"If you like The Hunger Games or The Book Thief, you'll probably love HUNTED, too. Hunted has an original plot, strong characters, steady pacing, and a consistent...
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Romance Reader at Heart reviews
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RRAH's THOUGHTS AND PONDERINGS: Top Pick J.T. Ellison rocks! Ms. Ellison's second Taylor Jackson mystery, 14, is right on par with her spectacular debut, ALL THE...
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Dead On
amazon.com reviews
2 of 3 people found the following review helpful: CSI Meets The X-Files, September 30, 2006 By  Floyd M. Orr "Nonfiction in a Fictional Style...
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You're Not the Boss of Me
The LA Weekly reviews
Schickel has a singular voice  and a point of view untrammeled by current parenting bromides.  In supple, economical and often very funny prose, she lays out the...
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The Agony Column reviews
What could easily be one of the smartest, coolest and best anthologies to show up in 2004 . . . This is one of those rockin' really weird Rick-books that you...
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A Journey intto the Transcendentalists' New England
Library Journal reviews
The third title in the ArtPlace series continues the publisher’s mission to incorporate biography, art and history into travel guides. This well-researched volume...
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Rebel: The Life and Times of John Singleton Mosby
Village Voice Literary Supplement reviews
Siepel's book is decent, solid, popular biography, organizing the facts of a dramatic life into clear, easily assimilated episodes. Even the baldness of his style...
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http://www.raintaxi.com/online/2002spring/hummer.shtml reviews
In his previous collection, Walt Whitman in Hell, T. R. Hummer contrasted Whitman's idealistic lyrics of America with visions of a blighted nation, culminating in...
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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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