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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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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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The Banquet Bug
TIME Asia Edition reviews
Geling Yan serves up a tasty tale of desire and corruption in China...
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"The Reality Machine" by Cliff Burns
Strange Adventures (U.K.) reviews
"At last Canada has found a literary equivalent to David Cronenberg."
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The Fires of Shalsha
Pagan Book Reviews reviews
This is a quick read, and yet a very rich tale, too. The twist at the end is a nice touch, though I wasn’t too surprised by the resolution that occurred after....
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Publishers Weekly reviews
Evans demonstrates his playwright’s mastery of dialogue and tension in his accomplished and whimsical first novel about love and the bizarre behavior it ignites....
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The Painting
The San Francisco Chronicle reviews
According to the tenets of Buddhism, life is suffering, and suffering arises inexorably from desire, from the act of wanting. In Nina Schuyler's meditative first...
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http://phillyflash.mlblogs.com/2012/05/03/book-review-and-radio-review-the-last-icon-tom-seaver-and- reviews
  I’ve been a huge Tom Seaver fan for most of my life so when I discovered that there was a new book out about his career I immediately snatched it up….yes,...
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The Buddha Diaries, Huffington Post reviews
You may find these to be times when despair and withdrawal seem to be the only rational answers....
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The Asian Review of Books reviews
Eve Kushner, a self-described kanji fanatic, presents excellent learning strategies in her guide.... It helps to be as crazy about kanji as she is; even one of her...
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Library Journal reviews
McFadden, Bernice L. Gathering of Waters. Akashic. Jan. 2012. c.250p.  ISBN 9781617750328. $24.95; pap.   ISBN 9781617750311. $15.95....
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The Michigan Poet reviews
The poems in Folk Concert: Changing Times span many subjects, places and time; where one poem recalls a childhood camping trip, another revisits an adult life full...
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