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LILITH
Mallory Heart Reviews reviews
“Lilith” was a non-stop read, a thriller/horror/speculative science/paranormal all rolled into one, with great characterizations and an unbelievably fascinating...
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LILITH
Wistfulskimmie's Book Reviews reviews
I could quite easily see this being made into a blockbuster film - the characters were solid and believable and the story well rounded and the ending was...
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Caught Between the Pages reviews
I’ve really been looking forward to reading more novels like this lately so when I had the opportunity to read Sleeper’s Run I jumped on it! I got the action and...
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Beautiful Lies by Rob Loughran
Amazon Review reviews
I definitely enjoyed this book. It's a great story, one that explores the dark side of "normal" people who might think about doing something "wrong" but never...
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Beautiful Lies by Rob Loughran
Smashwords.com reviews
"Beautiful Lies" a hard-boiled crime novel by Rob Loughran is a carefully written and ingenious glimpse into the mind of a thrill killer, what he is thinking,...
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"Beautiful Soon Enough"
Poetry International/ Issue 18-19/ 2012 reviews
Beautiful Soon Enough  "The stories in this prize-winning collection are all about sex. They’re tactile, explosive, hilarious, rueful, and knowing. They’re...
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aethlon reviews
  Although the term "fan fiction" might strike some as praise that is as faintly damning as "journeyman pitcher" or "utility infielder," the stories in Final...
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Christmas When Music Almost Killed the World by Aberjhani
Amazon Reviews reviews
From the strong, eye-catching cover showing two black angels, male and female, designed by Luther Vann, to the last page of "Christmas When Music Almost Killed...
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ELEMENTAL, The Power of Illuminated Love
Amazon Reviews reviews
Elemental is an excellent collaboration between poet and artist. Aberjhani constructs beautiful visions through the creative task of placing words in a most...
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The American Poet Who Went Home Again
Amazon Reviews reviews
The American Poet Who Went Home Again will make me do something I never do--I will re-read this soul-exploring book again and maybe again. Going home is never easy...
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Multiverse
GoodReads reviews
Cheryl Snell has collaborated with her sister, Janet Snell to bring forth an astute and staggering blend of poetry, science, and art in her Multiverse collection....
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The Roots of California Photography: The Monterey Legacy
Monterey County Herald reviews
The film's "...photographers would go on to profoundly influence not just photography, but also art, offering new ways of seeing everyday objects and scenes...(...
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galatea resurrects http://galatearesurrection4.blogspot.com/ reviews
Justin Chin’s third poetry collection, Gutted, which is dedicated to the memory of Chin’s father, Dr. Chin Jeck Soon, is comprised of poems conveying a son’s...
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Clover Doves
Amazon.com reviews
I literally could not put this book down! I will admit that I am not a huge fan of romances, and this has a strong romantic theme throughout...that said, the...
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AIR
Library Journal reviews
Humans have always had a desire to fly. From Leonardo da Vinci and his studies and drawings of flight to Orville and Wilbur Wright's flying machine to Amelia...
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The Anatomist
The Washington Post reviews
Like any good teacher, Hayes has a knack for metaphor. The still, close air in an anatomy lab is "like the gym of the dead." A lung is "a wet mound...
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Blood of Paradise
Washington Post reviews
Before he began writing novels, David Corbett spent 15 years as an operative with a San Francisco private investigation firm, an experience that left him without...
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BlogCritics reviews
Write That Book Already! can teach you a thing or two about getting your work published, with plenty of humor along the way. Written by Sam Barry and Kathi Kamen...
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FOOL FOR LOVE
Three Dollar Bill Reviews reviews
“Heart” is one of the more poignant stories in this anthology and captures the essence of what we wouldn’t do in our power to keep the one we love in our arms and...
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The Sandcastle Girls
The Associated Press reviews
“It takes a talented novelist to combine fully ripened characters, an engrossing storyline, exquisite prose and set it against a horrific historical backdrop — in...
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