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Amazon.com reviews
I have read everything this author has written and am anxiously waiting for the next book! Cinnamon Girl Explains it All was a great read! Some mystery, some...
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Amazon.com reviews
You are not going to want to put this one down! As descriptive and rich in details as her other books; this mystery draws you in and keeps you guessing. The...
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This is How You Die
Benito Corral Reviews reviews
The collection opens with the heartbreakingly brilliant Old Age, Surrounded by Loved Ones by 'Nathan Burgoine.  Burgoine is now on my list of go-to writers...
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FOOL FOR LOVE
Hearts on Fire Reviews reviews
Heart, by Nathan Burgoine, nearly broke mine. It’s a bittersweet paranormal about one man’s inability to save a life.
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Birds of Paradise Lose
Journal of Southeast Asian American Education & Advancement reviews
Journal of Southeast Asian American Education & Advancement - review of Birds of Paradise LostAugust 24, 2013 at 1:06pm PublicFriendsFriends except...
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Amazon reviews
***** Great characters, great mystery, August 17, 2013 By LLona Cunningham (Las Vegas, NV United States)Amazon Verified PurchasThis review is from: Capable of...
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Havana Lost
Southwest Iowa News reviews
Coltan is a natural resource that most of us don't know much about. However, in today's society we are completely dependent upon this ore which is partially...
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Havana Lost
Windy City Reviews reviews
On my office wall hangs a vintage travel poster depicting a passenger aboard a Pan Am flight enjoying the view of Havana, Cuba, through a window.  That poster...
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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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Brilliance
Crimespree Magazine reviews
Starting in 1986, approximately one percent of all children are born with special abilities. Some can see and predict the changes in the stock market like was...
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***** (5 stars) Highly intelligent detective story A complex and highly intelligent detective story, David Wind's latest novel demands your attention and pays off...
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Piper's Someday
Amazon.com reviews
Some books are so good they set you on fire. This is one of those books, destined to become one of those classics everyone should read, and trust me, you will want...
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POD Book Reviews and More reviews
Terrorism frightens people because it operates outside the traditional rules of war. It's hard to combat because the attacks are no longer limited to people...
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In For The Kill
Amazon reviews
I wondered if this would come up to the previous high standard of Pauline Rowson's other marine mysteries but I needn't have worried, I wasn't disappointed. In...
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The Diabolist
Amazon UK reviews
Corny escapes, underground tunnels, panto villains, an unfeasibly gifted master of jujitsu: I loved it. 'The Diabolist' is the third of the 'Dominic Grey' series...
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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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Recycle Suburbia
Poemeleon reviews
The bar is called Poemeleon. You can be anyone you want here, but management is trying to add some humor to the place’s ambience just now. The first poet to walk...
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Merry Genre Go Round Reviews reviews
In Breckenridge, Colorado, pack sub leader (to his older brother) Jake Silver stops at Cliffside Art Gallery to leave his...
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Library Journal reviews
“…Mifflin engagingly describes Oatman’s ordeal and theorizes about its impact on Oatman herself as well as on popular imagination… her book adds nuance to Oatman’s...
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