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Book Chase reviews
Those who read last year’s Christopher Meeks short story collection Months and Seasons will likely remember Edward, a boy trying to cope with the sudden death of...
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San Francisco Weekly reviews
Did you know? Because we didn't: In 1975, 45-year-old Sara Jane Moore became the only woman ever to fire a bullet at a U.S. president. What's more, she did it in...
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San Francisco Chronicle reviews
On Sept. 22, 1975, a seemingly unremarkable 45-year-old named Sara Jane Moore shot at President Gerald Ford in San Francisco. She missed, but only by about 6...
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Small Press Reviews reviews
I first became aware of the writing of Christopher Meeks when I read his wonderful short story collection Months and Seasons. Now Meeks has come out with a...
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The Globe and Mail reviews
"Holborn's double high-wire act leaps effortlessly between funny and tragic...(her)visuals are cinematic..."
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Amazon.com reviews
Recreating Eden is a truly amazing book. As a former life coach interested in spirituality, I've read a lot of self-help books, personal growth books, and books...
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Into Thick Air
Bicycles and Icicles reviews
I don’t know whether to blame laziness, the Internet or my bikes, but over the past few years, I’ve noticed a troubling decline in the amount of time I spend...
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Journal of Royal Anthropological Institute 2008 NS 14 reviews
Mattei, Ugo & Laura Nader. Plunder: when the rule of law is illegal. x, 283 pp., bibliogrs. Oxford, Malden, Mass.: Blackwell Publishing, 2008. £19.99 (paper)...
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THE FIDDLEHEAD, issue #231, SPRING 2007, University of New Brunswick, Fredericton NB, Canada reviews
THE FIDDLEHEAD, issue #231, SPRING 2007 (University of New Brunswick, Fredericton NB, Canada) Review by: Robert Priest GOD IS IN THE CRACKS, A NARRATIVE IN VOICES...
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Out State Magazine reviews
Our State Magazine, February 2009 reviewed by Elizabeth Langfahl Boone author Maggie Bishop brings back carpenter, photographer, and unabashed “SCI” wannabe Jemma...
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Shadow: The Curious Morgan Horse
Horsemen's Yankee Pedlar reviews
"Popular children's author Ellen Feld has given kids another reason to turn off the TV and pick up a book. The story of Shadow is a heart-warming tale of an...
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A Real Basket Case
Booklist reviews
"Claire Hanover, a Colorado Springs housewife who has started a gift-basket business, is feeling lonely and unloved by her work-obsessed husband. Her best friend,...
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Foreword Magazine reviews
Chater, a widely published essayist, gives us an impressionistic portrait of a family immersed in extreme Catholic traditionalism. Written from the perspec-tive of...
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Niagara This Week reviews
The Alchemy of Loss is frank, open and chatty and begs the reader to keep reading. The author does not gloss over the unpleasant parts, including times when she...
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Pique Newsmagazine, Whistler CA reviews
Good skiing, good food and good drink. Somewhere along the way, that trinity has more or less replaced sex, drugs and rock ’n’ roll as my most frequently enjoyed...
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Morbid Outlook reviews
How did Morbid Curiosity get started? Is there a particular story behind its conception you would like to share? When I first moved to San Francisco in 1988, my...
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Atlanta Journal-Constitution reviews
In "The Shadows of Youth: The Remarkable Journey of the Civil Rights Generation," Andrew B. Lewis puts forward a collective portrait of this remarkable set of...
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Do They Know I'm Running?
Booklist reviews
Starred Review: "[I]n this powerful, evocative, character-driven novel, [Corbett] has written what should be a breakout success. . . Readers who devour and then...
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National Geographic Traveler reviews
A nice mention in a great publication.
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To Serve a King
Publishers Weekly reviews
Genevieve Gravois was raised to be the perfect 16th-century spy and assassin—motivated by Henry VIII to kill the French king, François I, as revenge for the death...
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