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Year of Night
Author reviews reviews
"Year of Night is a bewitching novel, full of dark passions and mysterious encounters." -Sarah Bower, international bestselling author of The Needle in...
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Catalina Kiss
www.amazon.com/ reviews
If you like strong women heroines who still manage to be feminine and vulnerable, along with beautiful, historic settings, you'll LOVE this book. It's a beautiful...
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Linkedin reviews
"Bernadette is an extremely kind, giving and soulful woman whose writing expresses more than just a story - it shows a journey. Through her blog and website,...
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Birds of Paradise Lose
World Literature Today reviews
  Pasadena, California. Red Hen Press. 2013. ISBN 9781597092685 Andrew Lam, author of the essay collections Perfume Dreams: Reflections on the Vietnamese...
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Amazon reviews
Becket Remains A Mystery, June 25, 2013 By Karen J. Dahood "moxie cosmos"Amazon Verified Purchase This review is from: A Canterbury Crime (A Belinda Lawrence...
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Amazon reviews
**** Charming, funny and darkly engaging., 24 May 2013 By KatrinaV Amazon Verified PurchaseThis review is from: A Canterbury Crime (A Belinda Lawrence Mystery) (...
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Amazon reviews
**** Another Hit for Brian Kavanagh, June 19, 2013 By Marvin Allan Williams (Fayetteville, North Carolina) Amazon Verified Purchase This review is from: The...
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Amazon reviews
***** A darned good yarn, March 17, 2012This review is from: Bloody Ham (BELINDA LAWRENCE MURDER MYSTERY) (Kindle Edition)Kavanagh at his best, this yarn takes the...
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Believing Cedric
The Library of the Found Inkwell reviews
This was a novel that engrossed me for most of the weekend. Imagine if you had the ability to go back in time and relive certain moments in your life. You are able...
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San Francisco Chronicle reviews
Caroline Leavitt's "Is This Tomorrow" succeeds on many levels - most obviously, perhaps, as a mystery novel, but also as an arresting portrait of bygone ...
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Grammar Snobs Are Great Big Meanies: A Guide to Language for Fun and Spite
Adventures In Reading reviews
While reading 'Grammar Snobs,' I kept wondering if it was healthy to be laughing so much at a book on grammar. I read the book in one sitting (excluding a short...
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9 Life Altering Lessons: Secrets of the Mystery Schools Unveiled
Brad Steiger - Author reviews
"Have you always wanted to study esoterica under a master teacher in one of the ancient mystery schools, but didn't know where to go or who to ask? Kala Ambrose...
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Newsarama.com reviews
This issue is a very dense and intense retelling of Helena Bertinelli’s early childhood and it does not waste any time getting into the thick of things. Her family...
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East Eats West
Blogster.com reviews
Andrew Lam’s California is one of cultural collision, a land of fusion cuisine and religious diversity, a land shaped byimmigrants and the spices they bring...
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Touch
The Hindu Literary Review reviews
MEENA KANDASAMY is a feisty new entrant into the duck-pool called Indian English poetry. In Touch, she makes a Rimbaudian attempt at clearing the decks and telling...
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Publishers Weekly reviews
Jones’s excellent new historical (after the prequel, White Heart) reimagines the world of 13th-century Europe and the dramatic true story of four sisters who...
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Jaclyn
T. Jefferson Parker and Clive Cussler reviews
“Alexander’s novel is everything you’d expect in a sequel to Time After Time. The sweep of history through time travel is dazzling, the characters are...
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Felix Palma reviews
"H. G. Wells meets the Computer Age in this fascinating variation on the time-travel theme. A dazzling succession of plots, adventures and hairpin turns, smoothly...
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Inspiring Gardeners for 100 Years: Horticulture magazine reviews
From interview: "I think dirt is the reason I have spent my whole life in the South," offers Huntsville, Alabama poet, Bonnie Roberts, whose poem "Take Me Down...
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San Francisco Chronicle reviews
"Much of 'Dying Words,' a new novel by former Chronicle City Editor Ken Conner (whose nom de plume is K. Patrick Conner), is set in the Chronicle newsroom. I...
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