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Dallas Morning News reviews
This book of poems, published by Calaca Press in 2005, was recently mailed to me by Riley himself, who is a friend and colleague based in the Bay Area. Mahcic is...
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New York Times reviews
Adrienne Mayor's third and latest book, "Fossil Legends of the First Americans" a combination of history, archaeology, folklore and old-fashioned...
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The Gift: ESP: The Extraordinary Experiences of Ordinary People
Publisher's Weekly reviews
In the 1930s J.B. Rhine launched a series of experiments focusing on extra sensory perception (ESP) at Duke University 's Parapsychology Lab. To both accolades and...
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Death Notes
Library Journal reviews
San Francisco PI Veronica "Ronnie" Ventana (Murder on the Run) happens to be present at Match Margolis's musical comeback when somebody murders the...
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Publishers' Weekly reviews
"White's lively and redoubtable sleuth makes splendid company."
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Booklist reviews
"An engaging mystery with an appealingly cheeky heroine, brash humor, and plenty of unexpected twists."
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San Francisco Sunday Examiner and Chronicle reviews
"White's crackling new Ronnie Ventana mystery gets off to a fast start ... White keeps us guessing ...[and] keeps the pages turning."
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BOOKLIST reviews
From Booklist Nathan Falk is an American expatriate serving in the Israeli Defense Force (IDF). His unit is repeatedly called up to serve in the West Bank and Gaza...
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PUBLISHERS WEEKLY reviews
From Publishers Weekly The title is an Israeli army term for a soldier, or one who "strikes, burns, and dies." Nathan Falk, an American-born Jew and the son of a...
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Murder on the Run
Publishers Weekly reviews
“The satisfying momentum never flags from this first novel's opening moment....Readers will want more of Ventana, an appealing protagonist who engages in...
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Thoughts...OVER COFFEE reviews
This story is wonderful blend of contemporary suspense; romance, with just the right mix of paranormal. Terry has a wonderful sense of humor and you can’t help but...
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Courting Constance--How to Win a Guy in Ten Days in Regency England
Fresh Fiction reviews
Inspirational Fiction Historical, Inspirational Fiction Romance This inspirational novel shows that true love can conquer all and that people can change their...
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Highway of Heroes
CM Magazine reviews
Put yourself in the mind of a young boy, caught up in the heartbreak of losing his soldier dad, and now facing the formal repatriation ceremony that begins at...
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http://troublewithhammers.blogspot.com/2011/11/dorianne-lauxs-book-of-men.html reviews
All too often, contemporary poets fall victim to the belief that they must over-elevate their diction and earn points for being clever before they're allowed to...
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The Fear Within: Spies, Commies, and American Democracy on Trial
Publishers Weekly reviews
In this illuminating examination of a troubling episode in America's past, veteran journalist (and PW contributor) Martelle (Blood Passion: The Ludlow Massacre and...
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Dogs Don't Lie
Booklist reviews
Pru Marlowe has recently returned to her hometown in the Berkshires, ostensibly to care for her dying mother. In reality, she fled New York when she was weeks away...
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LOLA,CALIFORNIA, the new novel by Edie Meidav (comes out July 5, 2011)
The Faster Times reviews
Meidav succeeds brilliantly in creating an authentic friendship between Lana and Rose, one that is messy, captivating, and durable. The Lolas are their most...
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Crime Time (England) reviews
Many books have attempted to pull off the remarkable trick that Umberto Eco achieved so memorably in The Name of the Rose: embedding a highly compulsive historical...
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The New York Observer reviews
Lou Beach is best known as an illustrator and album-cover designer. But his ability to capture complex scenes in just a few strokes makes his first book of...
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Mother Jones reviews
"It says 'shit,'" observes my six-year-old, spotting Jonathan Lethem's cover blurb: "Holy sh*t! These are great!" And they are. Rendered as Facebook updates in...
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