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Sign of the Throne
Chuckles Book Cave reviews
“The plot just keeps you interested the whole time…There is just the right amount of descriptive work and dialogue, no incomprehensible info dumps and just that...
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Sign of the Throne
The Parsons' Rant reviews
“Portals, parallel worlds, monsters and kidnapped heirs are all part and parcel of Young Adult fantasy stories. It is not so much that a story contains these...
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Flying Out of Brooklyn
Reader Views reviews
Flying Out of Brooklyn Beverly Magid iUniverse (2007) ISBN 9780595455867 Reviewed by Paige Lovitt for Reader Views (12/07) The year is 1943, and Judith Weissman’s...
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www.amazon.co.uk reviews
Loved the way two very different families from very different places blended together in the story. Made you wonder which family really are the richer. Great read...
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Amazon reviews
This review is from: Capable of Murder (A Belinda Lawrence Mystery) (Kindle Edition) Belinda Lawrence receives an envelope from her Great Aunt, whom she has met...
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LILITH
Amazon.com reviews
As of September 2013, this rings in as my third favorite DarkFuse novel published in 2013. These are the kind of horror novels I'd love to see them do more of in...
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The Golden Dice
ANZ Litlovers Litblog reviews
I’ve been reading some rather grim books lately, so The Golden Dice was a welcome change!  Elisabeth Storrs writes historical fiction set in the days of...
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The Golden Dice
Confessions of an Avid Reader Litblog reviews
The Golden Dice, the latest novel in Elisabeth Storrs' Tales of Ancient Rome series, takes readers back to the 4th century BC, to a time when ancient Etruria was...
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The Golden Dice
Newtown Review of Books reviews
The second book of Tales of Ancient Rome intertwines the stories of three women to again create a fascinating novel of love and war, richly steeped in history...
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Sown in Tears
American Association of Jewish Libraries reviews
This gripping book opens with the scene of a raid on a Jewish village in Czarist Russia as local peasants unleash a torrent of violence against its occupants....
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The Jamaica Gleaner reviews
Opal Palmer In love with Mr Write published: Sunday | March 2, 2008 Barbara Nelson, Contributor Opal Palmer Adisa is in love with writing. Her first stories, she...
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Vinography - www.vinography.com reviews
"With stellar reporting and clear, enjoyable writing Julia Flynn Siler... describes the long rise and sharp descent of California's most iconic vintner," writes W...
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Mystery Scene reviews
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JT Ellison's 14 (Mira, $6.99) holds up against any top drawer suspense novel. The title refers to the number of people slain in the serial killings. Troubling,...
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Perfume River
USC Annenberg reviews
History is a living, breathing thing, and, yet, your own history can sometimes take your breath away. It pulls at you, it shapes you, it gives you a personal,...
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CHINA: Portrait of a People
China Daily reviews
"There is no single image that can adequately represent the diversity that is China. This is partly why Tom Carter's 638-page tome of photographs taken during his...
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Los Angeles Times reviews
Author Janet Malcolm once acidly wrote that any reporter who didn't agree that journalism was a "morally indefensible" act of betrayal was "too stupid or too...
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www.npr.gov reviews
http://www.npr.org/2012/07/11/156488950/a-door-in-the-ocean-leads-to-dar...   Many of the key scenes in David McGlynn's striking new memoir, A Door in the...
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Going Clear
The Guardian reviews
Some dairy-devoted Americans smuggle hunks of unpasteurised cheese back into their country after holidays in hedonistic ol' Europe. This American engaged in a...
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Bookforum reviews
The remarkable fluency that Valles attains and maintains over nearly six hundred pages may owe something to her complete immersion in the translation process over...
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Tattoo
Publisher's Weekly reviews
Kasai returns to the fragile world of 2009's Ice Song, where somatics blend human and nonhuman characteristics into singular forms, and a tiny minority, the...
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