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Heart of the Wolf
ParaNormal Romance Reviews reviews
"You’ll be drawn into the story from the first page to the last, wanting to know how everything will turn out. I love how Ms. Spear has intertwined true...
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Heart of the Wolf
Romantic Times Magazine reviews
A solidly crafted werewolf story, this tale centers on pack problems in a refreshingly straightforward way. The characters are well drawn and believable, which...
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Heart of the Wolf
Fallen Angel Reviews reviews
Heart of the Wolf by Terry Spear is a fantastic new addition to the popular trend of shape shifter stories. I loved this story, not only does Ms. Spear draw the...
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Heart of the Wolf
Simply Romance Reviews reviews
Heart of the Wolf is an outstanding read! Loaded with steamy, naughty sex its hot enough to scorch the pages and make you hot all over! Keep something cool nearby...
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Heart of the Wolf
The Long and Short of It Reviews reviews
This action-packed, fast-paced adventure was a page turner that moves from moment to moment with an interesting subplot involving a murdering red werewolf, which...
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The Agony Column: Book Commentary, Reviews, Podcasts reviews
'Woodsburner' fires off from a real incident in Thoreau's life. In 1844, a year before he built the cabin on Walden Pond, Thoreau managed to accidentally start a...
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FLORIDA WEEKLY, News & Entertainment Source reviews
The book has an air of authenticity, which is well earned since the Shlians visited every site depicted. The plot moves quickly. There is much to be learned about...
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BOOKLIST reviews
In this fast-paced thriller, a young Chinese American doctor, Lili Quan, is summoned by her dying mother to China. Soon Lili becomes embroiled in the search for...
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DOROTHY L Blog Site reviews
RABBIT IN THE MOON by Deborah and Joel Shlian is a beautiful, heartbreaking, poignant international thriller that will have your head spinning one minute and your...
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Appalachian Heritage reviews
Kathryn Stripling Byer. Coming to Rest. Baton Rouge: LSU Press, 2006. 63 pages. Hardback $45.00. Trade paperback $16.95. This new collection by North...
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Publisher's Weekly reviews
"Doyon writes pungently, with a wry slant, and pulls no punches regarding gossip, jealousy, schadenfreude and the myriad human foibles that are the backbone of...
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Utamaro Revealed
The Asian Review of Books reviews
Of the three most prolific and celebrated Japanese woodblock print artists -- Hokusai (1760-1849), Hiroshige (1797-1858), and Utamaro (1753-1806) -- the least well...
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Library Journal reviews
From the opening sentence of this strongly sardonic satire, Gibson's debut, it is clear that nothing is sacred. Whether examining trendy charity functions or the...
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http://back-to-books.blogspot.com/2010/06/105-switch-by-grant-mckenzie.html reviews
All I can start out with is a big WOW! This is not quite my usual fare of thriller which usually consists of the serial killer variety so I was not prepared for...
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Publisher's Weekly reviews
Pinneo skewers the cult of the child with an insider’s eye. A witty, well-plotted fiction debut.
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amazon.com reviews
Read the book and was really moved by the story. I could not put it down once I started. Like life it isn't always full of sunshine but this story is about an...
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My Life Map
BlogHer.com reviews
When we embark on a trip, we're far more likely to make it to our destination easily if we know our starting point and plan a route to our destination. We plot our...
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The Corpse Reader
FreshFiction.com reviews
In 1206 Eastern China, Cí Song lives a humble and dreary existence with his family working his brother's farm. It is quite different from life in the bustling...
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Dead On
amazon.com reviews
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful: Dead on is Dead On Target, July 28, 2006 By  Jonathan Maberry "Bram Stoker Award-winning a... (Bucks...
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The Way Home
Coast Magazine reviews
What makes The Way Home worth reading, more than anything else, it's the quirky but still believable characters. Johnson's portrayal of the often awkward issue of...
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