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Months and Seasons & Other Stories
Literary Corner Cafe reviews
Q: Your characters in "Months and Seasons" are rather quirky. Do you think they're still representative of "all people, everywhere?" They also seem uniquely...
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The White Book
The Pedestal Magazine reviews
North Carolinian Alex Grant proved that he was a hell of a good poet with his award-winning 2006 Chains and Mirrors, and his 2008 chapbook, simply titled The White...
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BookReporter.com reviews
THE HARROWING Alexandra Sokoloff St. Martin's Press Horror ISBN-10: 0312357486 ISBN-13: 9780312357481 The fortunes of the horror genre have waned in recent years,...
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Book Bitch reviews
Wow! Eight years ago reporter Scott Fleetwood was interjected into the case of the serial kidnapper called the Piper. At the time, Scott thinks he is dealing...
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Publishers Weekly reviews
After an eight-year hiatus, the elusive serial kidnapper dubbed the Piper is once again commanding headlines in San Francisco after abducting Sammy, one of...
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Fresh Fiction reviews
Josh Michaels has a bad day that progresses into a nightmare. He's run off a bridge and left to die in the Sacramento River. He knows it wasn't an accident, but...
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Fresh Fiction reviews
Scott Fleetwood is a news reporter with a past connected to the Piper, a person who kidnapped children, made heavy demands and always received payment for...
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Fresh Fiction reviews
Hayden Duke accepts a short term contract job for Marin Design Engineering (MDE) in San Francisco. Before he signs the contract, he learns that one of the...
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Bookgasm reviews
A great thriller should be like sleight-of-hand: You know it’s a trick done with misdirection, but you’re still be fooled every time. Simon Wood’s second novel...
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Bookgasm reviews
Thriller author Simon Wood’s WE ALL FALL DOWN is a fast-paced page-turner that will gain even more fans for his output. Hayden Duke works is a freelance contractor...
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The Historical Novels Review reviews
Eliza Graham, Macmillan New Writing, 2008, £14.99/C$24.95, 393pp, 9780230709133 In January 2006 Alix is tracked down by her birth son, Michael. He asks the...
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Courting Injustice
The Hindustan Times reviews
'There were two reasons why after four years study and seven years of practice I gave up the law. One was that I would not make a living out of it; the second, I...
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Simran
The Pioneer reviews
It’s a common name in many Sikh families. Simran Kaur. Simran means, to remember. This book remembers her; idealistic, tempestuous, scholarly Simran hiding the...
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The Calligrapher’s Daughter
Washingtonian reviews
Everything is churning on the Korean peninsula in Washington writer Eugenia Kim’s debut novel, The Calligrapher’s Daughter. In a dream, Najin--the willful young...
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The Boston Globe reviews
For all the years that Randy Susan Meyers counseled male batterers, there was one question that stuck with her. “What about the children?’’ she wondered. “They...
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Reviewer's Bookwatch reviews
The Weight of Silence is a sociological travel memoir about the beauty, richness, and terrible poverty in India and, in particular, about the children. Shelley...
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Voice from the Planet
The Midwest Review reviews
Midwest Book Review Fiction Shelf Voice from the Planet (Paperback) Charles Degelman, editor Harvard Square Editions 5.0 out of 5 stars A solid volume, not to be...
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http://reviews.publishersweekly.com/978-1-61695-004-0 reviews
Set mostly in São Paolo, Brazil, in the two weeks leading up to the FIFA World Cup, Gage’s stellar fifth Chief Insp. Mario Silva police procedural (after 2010’s...
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MADAPPLE
Library Journal reviews
In Bethan, ME, 1987, Maren is pregnant; she claims that she is still a virgin. The story of her daughter, Aslaug, follows. She is raised by her severe mother in...
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BookLoons reviews
How do you say wondrous in Latin? I wish I knew so I could pay the proper homage to Kelli Stanley's first in what I hope will be a long series. From the partridge...
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