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Silence of the Wolf
Fresh Fiction reviews
Romance Paranormal A hunky werewolf and a beautiful stranger collide in this hot new paranormal shape-shifting romance Gray werewolf Tom Silver is determined to...
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Silence of the Wolf
Romantic Times Magazine reviews
  Romantic Times Magazine Review of Silence of the Wolf by Terry Spear 4 Stars Review: The outstanding and gripping plot of Spear’s latest installment in the...
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We, Monsters
decomP magazine reviews
"...ultimately, this is not a book about either murder or analysis, not about the rote realities of dominatrix work, but about what Freud offers in the manner of...
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Nightstand Book Review reviews
Top Seattle attorney, David Sloane, may be at home in the courtroom and able to outsmart his opponents, but he is out of his element when dealing with his...
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http://www.amazon.ca/product-reviews/B00GXTP19W/ reviews
The year is 2072 AD and teen Hiroshi Jefferson’s world has descended into the abyss of dystopian depravity. The former United States of America has fractured into...
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Foolish Hearts: Gay Romance
Indie Reviews reviews
Prepare for plenty of smiles and laughter while reading the stories devoted to young love, beginning with ‘Nathane Burgoine’s heart-warming and funny “Struck,”...
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The Library of Pacific Tranquility reviews
Serafim and Claire by Mark Lavorato is a book about passion and drives. It explores that element of the human condition in a well written fashion. No doubt...
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Newstalk 1010, in-depth radio reviews
When it comes to the locale – who wouldn’t love reading about Montreal in the 1920s? Lavorato touches on the political history of the city, as well as Quebec as a...
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The Coast reviews
Lavorato works hard at not letting the book get sucked into the realm of gaudy and sentimental historical fiction...This is not a breezy story. There is poverty,...
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Mary's Cup of Tea reviews
I loved this book! It is such a work in progress, like most people are. Ian starts out being a guy who scares easily, gets excited easily and really has no sense...
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The Banquet Bug
TIME Magazine Europe reviews
Thus begins Dan's career in journalism — and Geling Yan's shark-fin-sharp satire on cuisine and corruption in contemporary China.
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Publisher's Weekly reviews
A regular in Birds of Prey, Huntress is the sort of character who needs a clear origin story. In her typical comic appearances, it's often hard to get a grasp of...
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Los Angeles Review of Books reviews
DID THE FRENCH INVENT LOVE? Or would it be more true to say that love is endlessly reinvented every moment, in every culture, every epoch? What the French did is...
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East Eats West
Los Angeles Review of Books reviews
  Of Refugees and Cosmopolites  Ever since childhood, I have had an odd aversion to reading any book with the word "dream" in its title, doubly...
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The Anatomist paperback
New York Times Book Review reviews
Henry Gray, the man behind Gray’s Anatomy (he had the help of a fellow doctor who created the drawings), became Hayes’s obsession. He finds out as much as he can...
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The War of the Roses—The Children
bookideas.com reviews
Sequels can be tricky and dangerous. Just ask Laurence J. Peter, who, with Raymond Hull, wrote in 1969 a ground-breaking book, The Peter Principle, the...
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The True Sources of the Nile
BookPage reviews
A ghastly scene in Sarah Stone's fascinating first novel, The True Sources of the Nile, starkly illustrates the saying that one death is a tragedy and a million...
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The Beheading Game
Bloomsbury Review reviews
Gawain and the Green Knight is the backdrop for Brenda Webster's new novel, The Beheading Game. . . . The Beheading Game tells the story of Ren, a 40-...
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EDGE OF BLACK (November 13, 2012) Sam Owens #2
Romantic Times reviews
Ellison delivers another outstanding crime thriller that plays on many of a reader's emotions: fear, love, hate and shock among them. It's obvious from the first...
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The Banquet Bug
The Guardian (UK) reviews
Isabel Hilton is entertained by Geling Yan's satirical take on contemporary China... ...Yan is not nostalgic for the years of socialism: her earlier work has been...
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