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Published Reviews

Into Thick Air
New York Times Sunday Book Review reviews
INTO THICK AIR: Biking to the Bellybutton of Six Continents (Sierra Club, paper, $16.95) starts with a novel conceit: Jim Malusa, a Tucson-based writer and...
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A Journey into Michelangelo's Rome
Wandalust.com reviews
A Journey into Michelangelo's Rome works well on many different levels. For me it was an introduction to the life and works of Michelangelo as I don't know much...
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Bookfoolery.blogspot.com reviews
Thumbs up - Mrs. Lieutenant is an emotionally engaging book that gives readers a view into the other side of military life -- the wife's viewpoint. I particularly...
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Matters of Faith
Publishers Weekly reviews
In this tense, well-paced novel about belief, Kiernan explores what happens when faith and love test the limits of family fealty. In southwest Florida, college...
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People Magazine reviews
Three and a half (out of four) stars: Don't let the obscure title (it's from a Shel Silverstein poem, but who'll get that?) or the prep school heroine's name (...
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barnesandnoble.com reviews
If cold-calling is the part of your job that you put off 'til last (even though you know that cold-calling is what gets the whole process rolling), then reading...
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Amazon.com reviews
With useful advice for more than just salespeople, January 6, 2003 By Midwest Book Review (Oregon, WI USA) - See all my reviews Conquering Cold-Calling Fear:...
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Into Thick Air
Booklist Reviews reviews
Malusa took six bicycle trips in the late 1990s and early 2000s whose destinations were the lowest points on every continent. His aim was to experience the...
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Retirement Planning: How to Retire Happy, Wild, and Free
Dallas Morning News reviews
While all that retirement money may go to worthy causes – such as making their Mercedes payments, providing their children with beautiful teeth that glow in the...
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A Journey intto the Transcendentalists' New England
American Transcendentalism Web reviews
If you are a fan of any of the Transcendentalists, or even interested in the making of American thought and literature, then this is your book. Chances are that...
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Tantric Zoo: A Bud Warhol Mystery
Jess Resides Here http://frellathon.com/2011/12/09/tantric-zoo-by-rob-loughran-review/ reviews
I’ve read and reviewed Rob’s short story TAPFOS. It, in my opinion is a great buy for 99 cents, a funny read and while it goes all over the place with so much...
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The Radiant City - Paperback
Quill & Quire reviews
"Superb. . . [The Radiant City] is engrossing and convincing . . . packed with smells and sounds and street argot, the minutiae and contradictions of Paris life...
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The Providence Journal reviews
“Leora Skolkin-Smith’s new novel, “Hystera,” provides a very vivid sense of being in the head of someone having a psychotic breakdown, and is a powerfully useful...
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The Little Russian
Library Journal reviews
“Sherman’s extraordinary debut novel plunges her readers into the bitter cold, deprivation, and upheaval of early 20th-century wartime Russia.  Berta is a...
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The Onion reviews
The old adage that a book shouldn’t be judged by its cover doesn’t hold true for 420 Characters. As a formal experiment, its packaging helps define how it...
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Bookchase reviews
Edwin Alexander’s complicated plot is filled with memorably unique characters that are, at times, more fun than the plot itself but, by the end of Al Hersey’s...
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Rebel: The Life and Times of John Singleton Mosby
Richmond News Leader reviews
For the next few years at least, Kevin Siepel's biography of Mosby will be the basic source for the 'Gray Ghost.' Siepel’s research—especially into manuscripts and...
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Publisher's Weekly reviews
Teacher, freelance writer and first-time author Leleux proves he’s already a master of the snappy one-liner and the improbably hilarious in this rollicking, bitter...
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Race With The Devil
Now Dig This, UK reviews
A moving account... [A] damned good read.
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Read About Comics reviews
"Egg Story is goofy in some places and deadly serious in others. From start to finish, though, it’s thoroughly enjoyable."
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