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Dark Waters by Gabriella Hewitt
http://www.coffeetimeromance.com/BookReviews/Darkwater.html reviews
Rating: 4 Cups Frankie Montalvo is a product of the foster care system. She has had no one to depend on but herself since her father died. A surprise inheritance...
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Checkpoint by Lisa Saffron
Midwest Book Review - Cowper's Bookshelf MBR Bookwatch Volume 7, Number 6 reviews
The Israeli/Palestinian Conflict is not simply a battle between two opposing countries – it's a conflict between two groups of people who are close enough- and are...
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Months and Seasons & Other Stories
Book Club Classics reviews
Short stories can be a bit of an acquired taste, especially for readers who enjoy living with characters for hours, days, even weeks. On the other hand, a well-...
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Grammar Snobs Are Great Big Meanies: A Guide to Language for Fun and Spite
Adventures In Reading reviews
While reading 'Grammar Snobs,' I kept wondering if it was healthy to be laughing so much at a book on grammar. I read the book in one sitting (excluding a short...
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Outside Child
A Bookworm's Dinner (blog) reviews
Highly recommended [5 stars]...When I picked this book up, I stopped reading every other book I was in the middle of reading. I rarely do that. This is a MUST READ...
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Hammers Paperback, a novel by Ron Dakron
Kirkus Reviews reviews
Ne plus ultra bizarre, man! With cartilaginous prose, soft as fishbone, sense-bending and scattershot as a Robin Williams shtick where lost meanings blast by,...
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The Doors
San Francisco Chronicle reviews
Veteran rock writer Ben Fong-Torres elicits fresh, personal anecdotes from the pre-Doors days and beyond -- who knew that John Densmore marched in the Rose Parade...
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Months and Seasons & Other Stories
Rebecca's Reads reviews
In high school, I discovered Charles Bukowski, John Fante, and Raymond Carver.  I subsequently realized I was a lover of short story fiction.  As a...
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BarnesandNoble.com reviews
Customer Rating for this product is 5 out of 5 In-your-face-funny A reviewer, loves to laugh/loves irony, 07/29/2008 When you're in love, everything is Jewish....
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Gifts From The Child Within, 2nd Ed.
Reader Views reviews
“Gifts from the Child Within” is a recovery workbook written for both survivors of childhood abuse and the counselors that work with them. It helps readers...
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SEEING RED
Publishers Weekly reviews
Crandall (Pitch Black) opens this tense thriller with a 15-year flashback. When teen Ellis Greene's cousin Laura was kidnapped and assaulted, Ellis bravely defied...
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Secrets She Left Behind
Reader to Reader reviews
Diane Chamberlain is superb at creating characters we become involved with, spinning out the story of the havoc caused by a teenager’s mistake and weaving in the...
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Long and Short Reviews reviews
"Hunter is also an alpha and you know what alphas are like. The dynamic of a man bent on protecting those he deems under his care clashing with a fiery red-headed...
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Gather reviews
To Tempt the Wolf, Terry Spear’s newest entry in her werewolves series, fulfils all expectations. Only Terry could create such a completely believable world, with...
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An Apple Pie for Dinner
Matthew Loccrichio, award-winning author of the International Cookbooks For Kids and Super Chef seri reviews
Set off with Granny Smith and discover how kindness can have the best reward of all -- a perfect apple pie shared with friends. Delicious!
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Rainbow Reviews reviews
This short story is lyrical, fluid, and quietly unsettling; the style perfectly suited to its subject ~ an artist's obsession ...
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BookPage reviews
In his follow-up to the best-selling The Last Lecture, co-written with Randy Pausch, Wall Street Journal columnist Jeffrey Zaslow explores the friendship of 11...
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BOOK SITE reviews
The images are unforgettable, and too numerous to count. Back-to-back national titles in 2003 and 2004. Back-to-back Heisman Trophy winners Matt Leinert and Reggie...
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The Calligrapher’s Daughter
BookPage reviews
“A bold, richly detailed story about the young daughter of a well-known calligrapher in turn-of-the 20th-century Korea. . . . [A] vivid, heartfelt portrait of...
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Time Out Delhi reviews
The Chinese philosopher Zhuangzi identified a fundamental confusion when he related a dream in which he was a butterfly. On awakening, he wondered if he was...
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