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Published Reviews

A Tale of Two Kitties
Amazon reviews
This book is a MUST HAVE for anyone who adores cats! Although it is a children's book, the pictures and antics are so delightful that it will bring a smile to any...
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Publishers Weekly reviews
"An exploration of post-WWII Italy doubles as a murder mystery in this well-crafted novel. . .an entertaining historical whodunit."
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LILITH
Horror World reviews
Lilith is an excellent, action oriented creature feature that fans of horror are going to love.  Lilith gets my highest recommendation.
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Book Chase reviews
Blood Drama, the new crime fiction thriller from Christopher Meeks, is Meeks's first venture into genre fiction.  Now, let's hope it is not his last, because...
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She Treads Softly reviews
Blood Drama by Christopher Meeks introduces us to Ian Nash, a grad student who has been kicked out of his PhD program. To make matters worse, while applying for...
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So Many Precious Books reviews
This is the third book I have read of Christopher Meeks and consider myself a big fan of his work.  The first two books of his that I read were, The...
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DWED Reviews reviews
I loved this book from page 1. As the story begins we meet Ian a man who is on edge as he finds himself losing everything he has worked so hard to obtain. As he...
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Kindle and Nook available now; print available September 17
To The Point reviews
In an effort to be as thorough with my exploration of the romance genre as possible, I decided that the last book I'd peruse would have a male author. It seemed...
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Interiors
Amazon reviews
What a great book! I loved it and didn't want to put it down until I was finished! Fun story line, interesting and real characters, and more than one surprise turn...
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Horses
Amazon reviews
I really prefer to read action and adventure or mysteries, but I picked this up at the recommendation of a friend and soon found myself taken in by the story and...
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Kindle and Nook available now; print available September 17
Miraculous! reviews
Love At Absolute Zero is the story of Gunnar Gunderson, a 32-year-old physicist at the University of Wisconsin. The moment he's given tenure at the university, he...
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The Sunday Observer reviews
  Powerfully encased in honours to the Orishas, womanist poet and scholar Opal Palmer Adisa has offered a big book about three strains of blackness in the...
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Chinese Laundries
US-China Review, Spring 2012, Vol. XXXVI, No. 2, 20-21 reviews
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The Lost Daughter of Happiness
American Studies International, Vol XXXVIII, no. 1, pp. 61-71 reviews
Scholarly article by Prof. Pin-chia Feng, Chair of Department of Foreign Languages and Literature at National Chiao-Tung University, Taiwan.  Prof. Feng suggests a...
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Military.com reviews
The journalist who ended Gen. Stanley McChrystal’s tenure as commander of the Afghanistan war is back with "The Operators," a book about Washington, D.C., power...
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A Movie in My Pillow/ Una Pelicula en mi Almohada
labloga.blogspot.com reviews
A Movie in My Pillow/ Una película en mi almohada is a collection of 21 poems written by Salvadoran author Jorge Argueta. In these poems Jorge Argueta evokes the...
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The Wonderful Demise of Benjamin Arnold Guppy
Allbooks Review reviews
Do you like your neighbours? Are they good, wholesome people who like to get on with you? If they are, then you are lucky. Your neighbours could be Ben and Pat...
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The Globe & Mail reviews
Hayter-Menzies blends this material nicely, writing with both authority and a light touch, giving an up-close-and-personal portrait not just of Burke, but also her...
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SciFi Magazine reviews
. . . a slipstream offering that might stymie readers intent on easy categorization. . .a good thing, too, because the result is worth reading.  Marley does...
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I'll Sleep When I'm Dead: The Dirty Life and Times of Warren Zevon
Entertainment Weekly reviews
"I'll Sleep When I'm Dead turns out to be one of the most casually insightful rock bios ever."
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