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Months and Seasons & Other Stories
Adventures in Reading reviews
Meeks's talent at exploring the power dynamics within relationships, almost exclusively between men and women, is fascinating. Of these eleven stories, all of them...
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Months and Seasons & Other Stories
The Dark Phantom Review; also at BlogCritics reviews
Christopher Meeks is the author of the short story collections The Middle-Aged Man and the Sea and the more recent Months and Seasons. He has been a journalist,...
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Months and Seasons & Other Stories
She is Too Fond of Books reviews
I connected with Christopher Meeks when he responded to a post I wrote about the difficulty my book group has had discussing short stories; he wrote an excellent...
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www.afterellen.com reviews
Miss McGhee is a tender, complicated love story filled with real hurdles and triumphs. It is an absolutely engaging read that captures the pulse of our country...
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Internet Review of Books reviews
A magician never tells how his magic works, and we don’t want to know. But Stephen Evans’ first novel gives us all the pieces to put together. Propelled by a...
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Library Journal reviews
"Master of Ceremonies" is the dizzying, tender, and true story of a fledgling actor whose first break results in a two-year stint as the emcee at Chippendales, in...
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The Fix Online reviews
"The mix of modern-day San Francisco with the obscure mythology of witchcraft and vampirism, along with the earthy portrayal of the physical relationship, makes...
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Energy Bulletin reviews
The brilliance of Greer is that he takes the trouble to explain these social mindsets from the beginning so by the end of it you are like "yeah how obvious...
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Publisher's Weekly reviews
[starred review] Zeltserman’s breakthrough third crime novel deserves comparison with the best of James Ellroy. Joe Denton, a corrupt cop, has just been paroled...
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Bitten by Books reviews
Haunted Hearths & Sapphic Shades Edited by Catherine Lundoff Review by Alecia Categories: Adult Content, Anthologies, Book Reviews, GLBT, Ghosts, e-books...
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New Poems by Scott Owens
The Taylorsville Times reviews
Scott Owens’ previous book of poetry, A Fractured World, was written to sustain a regenerative force inward, a personal witness to a troubling generation. In his...
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Echoes of History reviews
THE RAGE OF ACHILLES is Terence Hawkins’ first novel. Within its pages, he vividly brings to life the glory and guts of a long forgotten era. He recounts this...
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The Art of Devotion
Bookreporter.com reviews
The Art of Devotion is a Bookreporter.com 2010 Staff Pick!
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Librarything reviews
Prepare to fly through a sci-fi world, filled with slimy Zaftans, clever Yuks, a perky Pink Dragon Puppy, and many other colorful characters. Hank Quense's...
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Cindy's Love of Books reviews
SPOILER ALERT! All I have to say is wow! I was pleasantly surprised by the book and how much I really enjoyed it. Its fast paced and it literally sucks you in...
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Voices of the Lost and Found
Choice reviews
Released in the "Made in Michigan Writers Series," this is a solid collection of stories. Three stories--"Ovenbirds," about a woman once held hostage by a serial...
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The Quarterly Conversation reviews
Wonderfully polymorphous—is it novel, fictional biography, short story collection, or other?—and incredibly promiscuous in its tones and registers—vacillating with...
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Rocky Mountain News reviews
"Orion has every good travel writer's ability to make readers feel they are there, to capture the telling details of places, and to present the account in a witty...
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Rebel: The Life and Times of John Singleton Mosby
The Atlanta Journal reviews
This crisply written, well researched biography provides an entertaining rundown on the exploits of a bonafide Confederate hero, John Mosby.
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