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The Book Lady's Blog reviews
Having read and loved Christopher Meeks’s short stories, I had high hopes for this debut novel, and let me tell you, it did not disappoint. Presented as a...
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Fierce
The Edmonton Journal reviews
"...as strong a first collection as we have any right to hope (for)"
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Publishers Weekly reviews
Dirt: The Quirks, Habits, and Passions of Keeping House Edited by Mindy Lewis. Seal, $15.95 paper (280p) ISBN 9781580052610 Inspired in part by “the prime cleaner...
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Darque Reviews reviews
Destiny of the Wolf follows Lelandi’s search for answers in the death of her sister Larissa. With a heavy dose of suspense, Ms. Spear weaves a romantic paranormal...
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Pop Culture Junkie reviews
The Brightest Moon of the Century is one of my favorite kinds of stories. It explores a large portion of one person's life. You get to see how a person grows and...
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The Historical Novels Review reviews
In January 2006 Alix is tracked down by her birth son, Michael. He asks the question she has long dreaded: ‘who is my father?’ The answer is simple and yet so...
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The Historical Novels Review reviews
In January 2006 Alix is tracked down by her birth son, Michael. He asks the question she has long dreaded: ‘who is my father?’ The answer is simple and yet so...
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I Wish That I Were Langston Hughes
Alabama Writers' Forum reviews
In his new collection of poetry I Wish That I Were Langston Hughes, Robert Gray, over the course of thirty-two poems, attempts to do what so many of us cannot: pay...
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Caribousmom reviews
Christopher Meeks has transitioned from short stories to his first novel -- and the result is a book which draws the reader in with humor, empathy, and a gentle...
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School Library Journal reviews
This memoir is a classic coming-of-age story in which the author casts himself as an antihero in the tradition of Holden Caulfield. Schrand's stories of life at...
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Big City, Bad Blood
Publishers Weekly reviews
Impressive. . .The author's considerable storytelling and characterization gifts compare favorably to those of Loren D. Estleman and other established masters of...
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Dead On
amazon.com reviews
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful: Dead on is Dead On Target, July 28, 2006 By  Jonathan Maberry "Bram Stoker Award-winning a... (Bucks...
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Rebel: The Life and Times of John Singleton Mosby
The Buffalo News reviews
Engrossing, well written, hoofbeat‑sounding biography. The unbelievable facts about Mosby are all there in the letters, field reports, war documents, and primary...
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Harley's Ninth
The Horn Book Magazine reviews
This sequel to Harley, Like a Person (rev.5/00) follows sixteen-year-old Harley during one momentous day. Having discovered her birth father, Sean, in the first...
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Relationships
Fallen Angels Reviews reviews
The development flows well and Greg and Amy’s reactions to would-be obstacles are refreshing, honest, and much more endearing for their realism. Readers looking...
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Months and Seasons & Other Stories
The Compulsive Reader reviews
Christopher Meeks's collection of short stories features two short stories previously published by Amazon Shorts and Rosebud — the title story “Months and Seasons...
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THE HEALING POWER OF LOVE: Transcendin the Loss of a Spouse to New Love
Reader Views reviews
"The Healing Power of Love" was written to help widows and widowers to move on from their grief into whole, loving relationships. The book is written in a way that...
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Publishers Weekly reviews
Dirt: The Quirks, Habits, and Passions of Keeping House Edited by Mindy Lewis. Seal, $15.95 paper (280p) ISBN 9781580052610 Inspired in part by “the prime cleaner...
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Publisher's Weekly reviews
"Volmer's distinctive, beautifully written debut is set in the California gold rush country in the mid-19th century, when tensions and fortunes were as volatile...
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The Redemption Factory
Warner Brothers reviews
   “While most writers sit in their study and make it up, Sam Millar has lived it and every sentence in his new novel, The Redemption Factory, evokes a...
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