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Sustainable Times reviews
Her descriptions of the atmosphere in all those places are lively and her food writing is mouthwatering, while interesting bits of trivia and historical...
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Isthmus, Madison's alternative weekly, reviews
Mary Bergin clearly had a blast researching this book. She takes readers on a statewide tour to meet "burger flippers and entrée artists," to enjoy "glimpses of...
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Wisconsin State Journal, Madison reviews
... there's no denying the book's real destination is the passenger seat of anyone who likes traveling Wisconsin off the Interstate highways. Just about every...
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Shelf Awareness reviews
Book Review: Waiting for the Apocalypse Jan 24, 2009 Waiting for the Apocalypse: A Memoir of Faith and Family by Veronica Chater ($23.95, Norton, 9780393066036/...
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Raging Bibliomania reviews
In The Brightest Moon of the Century, readers meet endearing and affable Edward, a young man who is locked in a struggle with the world and his place in it. After...
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The National Post reviews
"(Holborn) expertly captures the mishmash of First Nations culture, warmed-over New Age flummery and fast-food franchise creep typical of communities on the last...
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Months and Seasons & Other Stories
Today.com reviews
I’m not an avid fan of short story collections, but I have to say I enjoyed Months and Seasons by Christopher Meeks. The stories are versatile, interesting, keen...
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The Art of Living
Anika Entre Libros reviews
En un mundo devastado por crisis económicas, pobreza, guerras y desastres naturales, parece que cada día cuesta más vivir bien. Aún así, Claire Elizabeth Terry –...
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Library Journal reviews
Drawn primarily from lesser-known publications and blogs, the 28 pieces in this collection together reflect an attempt to introduce writers outside the mainstream...
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Campaign for the American Reader-Page 69 Test reviews
Page 69 is a half a page of text. It is the beginning of Chapter 5, San Francisco's Radical Underground. It is just a slice of the book and would not give the...
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THE SEVENTH GATE, by Richard Zimler
Publishers' Weekly reviews
My new novel, The Seventh Gate, has just received a boxed and starred pre-publication review from Publishers' Weekly.  To read the rave review, please go to...
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food for thought.com reviews
All of these women write about families, but I was especially moved by stories of creating families, or asserting them in the face of challenges. I teared up at...
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The Bluestocking Society reviews
"Each chapter is narrated by a different character, who more or less picks up the narrative where the last character left off. In some hands, such a device might...
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A Journey to Ireland's Literary Revival
Offbeattravel.com reviews
Another in the ArtPlace Series of books, A Journey Into Ireland’s Literary Revival takes you on a guided tour of the places and times of some of Ireland’s most...
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The Forward reviews
California journalist and Forward contributor Lisa Alcalay Klug has authored the new book Cool Jew: The Ultimate Guide for Every Member of the Tribe (Andrews...
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The Trouble with Rules
Kirkus Reviews reviews
"Now that she is in fourth grade, Nadie must follow the "boys and girls cannot be friends" rule and publicly ignore her best friend, neighbor and class newspaper...
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Vulpes Libris reviews
Hearts and Minds got me in the habit of bed-reading again - something I haven’t done for years. For thirty minutes each night I snuggled up and read the perfect...
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Canadian Review of Materials reviews
"Murray's female characters are strong and talented young women who have chosen breakdancing, a typically male domain, as their musical pursuit. Whether young...
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Minnesota Reads reviews
"Gritty and transcendent, author A.W. Hill takes the reader from the hills of Hollywood to the mountain-lands of Turkey, Iran, and Iraq on a search for God."
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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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