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The Midwest Book Review reviews
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American Book Review reviews
This anthology focuses on both male and female persepectives on myths surrounding the concept of beauty.
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The New York Times reviews
Like a David Cronenberg movie, this offbeat anthology zeros in on beauty's dark and complicated side. Another bonus: it mostly features good writers you've never...
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Savage Hunger
Joyfully Reviewed reviews
Terry Spear takes her readers on a wild ride through the Amazon with Savage Hunger. Connor, Kat and Maya make an interesting team in the story.  I found...
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Simplyreaders.co.uk (online magazine) reviews
The Warsaw Anagrams - Richard Zimler, 2012   Erik Cohen is a psychiatrist that is sent to the overcrowding in the Jewish ghetto in Warsaw. His life is only...
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Geographies of Light
Electronic Intifada reviews
"In Geographies of Light, Majaj writes exquisitely of the profound personal and collective loss that defines Palestinian history. Using intimate and...
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The Proxy Assassin"
Kirkus Reviews reviews
Knoerle hits precisely the right note of humility and bravado when his protagonist, American Office of Strategic Services agent Hal Schroeder, declares in the...
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Another Word For Love
The Jewish Book Council reviews
Review by Deborah Schoeneman Love is ephemeral. To stop and appreciate each moment of our memories—the “now” moment—and the future of love in all its myriad...
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STARRED REVIEW “In a change of pace from her Con. Molly Smith mysteries (Among the Departed), Delany has written a splendid Gothic thriller with a...
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"Iron"
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There is no question that Zarina Zabrisky’s new collection of short prose, ‘Iron’, is a remarkable book. Zabrisky works with such an exactitude, a highly- tuned...
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Library Journal reviews
This book-length study of "The Tale of Sir Thopas" is the second of a proposed three-volume explication of Chaucer's Canterbury Tales. Cullen's (Chaucer's Host)...
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The True Sources of the Nile
Publishers Weekly reviews
About that title: experts disagree, citing no fewer than five possible sites. Anne, a human rights activist working in Burundi, finds the avowed source there...
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Sun Sentinel reviews
Love and Ghost Letters takes a hard look at how closely wedded love and money are, without turning away from the ugliness of social inequality. The magic of the...
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The Culture Trip (cultural website) reviews
As one of the prominent areas of genre fiction, the thriller simultaneously engages, educates and scares its readers. Those who write within the genre need to be...
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Voices for Youth Advocates (VOYA) reviews
★ “King remarkably channels fifteen-year-old Lucky, creating one of the most believable teen male characters in young adult fiction.”
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Suite101 reviews
With all these characters that you cannot help becoming attached to, it is bittersweet when Theft of the Master ends. Thankfully, Edwin Alexander plans to release...
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Yesterday's Dreams
The Smoking Poet reviews
There is much good to be found between the covers of Yesterday’s Dreams, from the rich Celtic myth to well-defined characters — a sympathetic protagonist and dark...
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DruidKirk.org reviews
In this book, Greer reaches out to the theologians and philosophers of today who have scarcely taken polytheism seriously or even given it much thought, answering...
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Publishers Weekly reviews
The Crying Tree Naseem Rakha. Broadway, $22.95 (304p) ISBN 978-0-7679-3140-3 This complex, layered story of a family's journey toward justice and forgiveness comes...
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Greener Pastures reviews
"Do you like the surreal in your comics? Do you like the non-sequitur? Do you like to see someone having fun over and over as they experiment with the comics...
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