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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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With the Wind, Kevin Dolan by Bryce Milligan
Skyline Magazine reviews
Milligan, who has written three books for children and young adults, including You Are There: Battle of the Alamo, recalls reading...
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Mombian.com reviews
Book Review: The Maternal Is Political The Maternal Is PoliticalThe Maternal Is Political: Women Writers at the Intersection of Motherhood and Social Change, a...
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Bone Worship, by Elizabeth Eslami
Joan Silber, Author of Ideas of Heaven reviews
"Wildly original, Bone Worship is a real find. A superbly cranky American daughter and her impossible, mysterious Iranian father are the fabulous characters...
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Death Notes
Library Journal reviews
San Francisco PI Veronica "Ronnie" Ventana (Murder on the Run) happens to be present at Match Margolis's musical comeback when somebody murders the...
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Some Secrets Should Stay Buried
Confessions of an Idiosyncratic Mind reviews
So we come to the last of the Killer Year debut authors with a book out, and J.T. Ellison makes her mark right away. Taylor Jackson and John Baldwin have a...
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Mysterious messenger
Romancing the Pubs reviews
Ghost Orchid by D.K. Christi inspires us. One flower. Four destinies. Tragedy, love and one rare flower reunite these four people. Mel lost the only love she'd...
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Country Fried Soul: Adventures in Dirty South Hip-Hop
Sister 2 Sister reviews
Music journalist Tamara Palmer left no stone untuned when writing Country Fried Soul: Adventures in Dirty South Hip-Hop . . . Teemoney's book is 'bout it, fa' sho!
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Perfume River
Nguoi Viet Newspaper, Orange County reviews
As a journalist, Andrew Lâm has traveled the globe to report stories and send them back to newspaper readers, readers who usually want quick information. Along the...
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The Fractured World
The Pedestal Magazine reviews
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The Center for Children's Literature reviews
"Anya's War is a remarkable look into the lives of Russian Jews who settled in Shanghai, China in 1937 ... When Anya finds an abandoned baby girl and begins a...
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