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No One You Know
Booklist reviews
Heartbreaking and compelling…Richmond gracefully weaves in fascinating background material on the coffee culture and the field of mathematics as she thoughtfully...
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Retirement Planning: How to Retire Happy, Wild, and Free
MSNBC reviews
Golden Years Guide If dad is on the brink of retirement or has already retired, Ernie J. Zelinski’s new book will help him make the most of it. How to Retire...
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A Journey into Michelangelo's Rome
Sun Herald (South Mississippi) reviews
What inspires great artists and what are their contributions to the world? First-time author Angela Nickerson delves into this subject with her book, "A Journey...
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MADAPPLE
Publishers Weekly reviews
Theology is on trial in this extraordinary first novel, which alternates between courtroom transcripts and a first-person account by the heroine, Aslaug,...
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Geeks of Doom reviews
This issue fills me with hope for the following issues, as the story told is remarkably insightful, psychologically speaking. Actual thought has gone into the...
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THE ELEPHANT TALKS TO GOD
Fantasy & Science Fiction May 1990 reviews
REVIEW OF FIRST EDITION: Dale Estey's The Elephant Talks to God is, first and foremost, a witty, satirical book about the relationship between mortals and an...
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Holtuncensored.com reviews
"...The speaker is Gloria Feldt, president of Planned Parenthood and author of the eye-opening and invaluable title, "Behind Every Choice Is a Story" (University...
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Jewish News reviews
"Gloria Feldt has a story to tell. Married at 15, she was a mother three times over by the time she was 20. A college student for the next 12 years, she struggled...
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Holtuncensored.com reviews
What inspires me about Feldt's book is that she devotes the last 100 pages to "Fighting Forward: A New Pro-Choice Crusade," in which she lays out a blueprint for...
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Booklist reviews
Feldt, president of Planned Parenthood Federation of America, offers a clear call to arms for women concerned about the erosion of reproductive rights. She...
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Reviews by Jessewave reviews
All Lost Things provides a gritty mystery into which readers can really sink their teeth as well as be taken unawares by the twists and turns of the plot as it...
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The Story of Saint Catrick
Goodreads.com reviews
As one reads this book there are many different things that can come to one’s mind. When I first started reading the first thing I seen in the story line was a...
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The Prick of the Spindle reviews
In a time of persistent reproductions of classic literature through various media, it’s rare that one surfaces with such buoyancy as Terence Hawkins’s take on The...
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Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reviews
In A. Manette Ansay's "Midnight Champagne" (1999), a funny, tender novel about a Midwestern wedding, the music is beer hall polka, raucous and sentimental. (Ansay...
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POETRY reviews
Perhaps as a countercurrent to the disintegration constantly threatening its speakers, Jukebox is filled with efforts to catch and clench. A woman presses her hand...
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Hayden's Ferry Review Blog reviews
There is ritual in this book: a searching for ritual, a creation of ritual. There is something in this collection that is purgative of the glories and the shames...
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BC Blogcritics reviews
Rothchild, a Los Angeles based writer, is promoting her recent book chronicling the small steps leading to a failed marriage.
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YouTube reviews
Dating in Miami can be a bit tough. Miami Beach native and author of How to Get Divorced by 30, Sascha Rothchild, gives us some friendly advice on how to take on...
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The Dark Place
RTE 1 Arena reviews
    “Millar is possibly unique among crime writers, that I know of, and the real world that he experiences. He was in the Maze prison, on The Blanket,...
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Baltimore City Paper reviews
by former member
Los Angeles crime novelist Mark Haskell Smith has always harbored a comically ludicrous streak. From his 2002 debut Moist (in which a tattoo on a woman’s severed...
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