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The Fractured World
Wild Goose Poetry Review reviews
Poetry should disturb us; it should create an uneasy feeling in our stomachs. In “Fates Worse Than Death,” the first poem in section one, The Fractured World,...
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The Disorder of Longing
Fiction Nation reviews
Natasha Bauman's The Disorder of Longing takes a look at a very peculiar time in American history, the late Victorian period, when things like women getting the...
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The Bay at Midnight
TheBestReviews.com reviews
"Tense, engaging thriller."
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The Bay at Midnight
Readertoreader.com reviews
"You'll come away from The Bay At Midnight with sand in your shoes and salt spray on your lips so well drawn is the setting. This book is a rare treat for anyone...
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The Bay at Midnight
Booklist reviews
"Chamberlain's latest is both an enticing mystery and a rewarding love story."
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St. Paul Pioneer Press reviews
"I'm an overeducated fiction writer who's the product of a Borscht Belt childhood in the Jewish hotels of the Catskills," Linda Morganstein says with a laugh. "But...
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St. Paul Pioneer Press reviews
“The murder doesn’t even happen until the middle of the book, but the writing is so vivid, the character development so careful, and [Alexis] Pope so intriguing,...
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The Bay at Midnight
Publishers Weekly reviews
“The story...unfolds organically and credibly, building to a touching denouement that plumbs the nature of crimes of the heart.”
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Before the Storm
New York Times best-selling author, Mary Alice Monroe reviews
“Diane Chamberlain is the Southern Jodi Picoult.”
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Before the Storm
Publishers Weekly reviews
“Chamberlain lays out her latest piece of romantic suspense in a shattered chronology that’s as graceful as it is perfectly paced. . . . her engrossing prose leads...
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Front page of book reviews
"There are plenty of books about war, usually featuring the trigger-pullers who directly engage the enemy. Mass Casualties looks at war from a different angle,...
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Hold Me Tight and Tango Me Home
Booklist reviews
Finn has penned a lively debut memoir, brimming with tango history and lore.
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Exult, a novel
http://www.alamedasun.com/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=5614&Itemid=14 reviews
From Khaled Hosseini, author of The Kite Runner (Riverhead Books, 2003) and A Thousand Splendid Suns (Riverhead Books, 2006): “There is gusto in Exult. It deals...
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Arc & Hue
Meridian: The Semi-Annual from the University of Virginia, Issue 24 reviews
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The House of the Sphinx
www.smilepolitely.com reviews
"Wisseman’s books are of interest for a number of reasons: she lives and works right here in Champaign-Urbana, the novels are fast-paced and carefully constructed...
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New York Times reviews
Tatjana Soli’s haunting debut novel begins where it ought to end. In this quietly mesmerizing book about journalists covering the war in Vietnam, the first...
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Cover Me: A Health Insurance Memoir
Elevate Difference (formerly Feminist Review) reviews
Cover Me is a moving portrait of how access to healthcare determines who is a “have” and who a “have not” and in Huber’s hands, the issues surrounding healthcare...
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Muriel's War: An American Heiress in the Nazi Resistance
Library Journal reviews
"Muriel Gardner was a beautiful, electrifying woman who mixed with high society, was a part of Sigmund Freud's inner circle, and eventually joined the Austrian...
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Darhk Portal reviews
Okay,  apparently the book gods saw me in my distress over my dilema with the less than hotness level in the recent books...
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Kindle and Nook available now; print available September 17
Book Chase reviews
"Love at Absolute Zero" is about a brilliant man naïve to the ways of the world. He might be an inspired scientific researcher but, when it comes to women, Gunnar...
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