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Published Reviews

Style Weekly, Richmond, Va. reviews
Eliezer Sobel and his wife, Shari, live in an unassuming neighborhood in the Fan. Their lawn is well-groomed, the paint isn’t peeling and you can’t smell the...
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Publisher's Weekly reviews
The 99th Monkey: A Spiritual Journalist's Misadventures with Gurus, Messiahs, Sex, Psychedelics, and Other Consciousness-Raising Experiments Eliezer Sobel. Santa...
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MADAPPLE
Library Journal reviews
In Bethan, ME, 1987, Maren is pregnant; she claims that she is still a virgin. The story of her daughter, Aslaug, follows. She is raised by her severe mother in...
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Portraits in the Dark
http://www.reviewermagazine.com/ reviews
I started reading the stories in PORTRAITS IN THE DARK in a random fashion, picking out a story here, a story there, to get a general feel of what she’s all about...
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Portraits in the Dark
http://www.bookgasm.com reviews
Perhaps Nancy O. Greene’s PORTRAITS IN THE DARK is about what you don’t see in the darkness. Her short vignettes try to shine some light on what we’re quick to...
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L.A. Weekly reviews
Such mishaps form the crux of Brad Schreiber’s anthology of stage bloopers, Stop the Show! A History of Insane Incidents and Absurd Accidents in the Theater. Among...
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Comics Pants reviews
Sean Taylor’s story, “Nymph”, was a classic horror story with a twist, in which an environmentalist comes face to face with a spirit of the Earth while searching...
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Paperback Reader reviews
With all of that in mind, I feel like I ought to admit up front that Dominatrix is not my normal thing. After all, Mr. Simmons described his book as -- T&A...
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Ain't It Cool News reviews
Mr. Simmons is keeping the Bad Girl comic alive with this, a surprisingly sensitive comic.
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Comic Book Page Weekly Comics Spotlight reviews
Time Codes: 00:00 Intro 00:36 General discussion 04:10 DC: NIGHTWING #140 15:21 Marvel: HULK #1 23:54 Other: NECESSARY EVIL #3 [DESPERADO PUBLISHING] 31:40...
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Mysterious Reviews (Hidden Staircase Mystery Books) reviews
Edwin Alexander's debut novel, Theft of the Master, is an engrossing international thriller that effectively blends historical fact with a fictional story....
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Dasha's Journal
'Viewpoint', Vol. 16, No. 1, Spring 2009 reviews
Authored by T.O. Daria, the mother of a son with autism and daughter with Asperger’s syndrome, “Dasha’s Journal: A Cat Reflects on Life, Catness and Autism”...
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Mystery News reviews
Phillip Marlowe and John Rebus have a new cousin ... who speaks Latin.
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Chicago Tribune reviews
The story dealing with the two clashing psychopaths is so utterly gripping...it is an addictively readable thriller that will undoubtedly draw comparisons to...
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Who Lives?: A Play
ReviewPlays.com reviews
This play takes you back to the early 1960’s. To be more specific, 1963, about a year or so after a revolutionary kidney machine was pioneered by Belding Scribner...
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THe Independent UK reviews
Fat: An Appreciation of a Misunderstood Ingredient, with Recipes is much more than a cookery book. McLagan explains and debunks the received wisdom about how bad...
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Do Gentlemen Really Prefer Blondes?
Associated Press reviews
Author reviews odd research into science of love Photo Gallery By DINESH RAMDE "Do Gentlemen Really Prefer Blondes? Bodies, Behavior and Brains — The Science...
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Heart of the Wolf
ParaNormal Romance Reviews reviews
"You’ll be drawn into the story from the first page to the last, wanting to know how everything will turn out. I love how Ms. Spear has intertwined true...
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Winning the Highlander's Heart
Romance Junkies reviews
WINNING THE HIGHLANDER is a delightful story right from the very first page. I was easily able to envision Anice in all her stubborn glory as she avoids the king’...
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Esquire.com reviews
"Yes, Yes, Cherries offers an intriguing batch of imperfect characters and unstable conditions. Otis has a sharp eye for people’s habits. She knows how to draw...
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