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Published Reviews

HUNTED
Live To Read reviews
"There is plenty of action and excitement in the pages of this novel, the book is hard to put down."  Live To Read
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HUNTED
The Never Chronicles reviews
"Hunted reaches into your psyche and grabs hold of your mind. It takes you places some of us are afraid to go. It makes you face questions many of us are afraid to...
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HUNTED
WildMoo Books reviews
"If you like The Hunger Games or The Book Thief, you'll probably love HUNTED, too. Hunted has an original plot, strong characters, steady pacing, and a consistent...
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HUNTED
Word Spelunking reviews
"Powerful. Explosive. Moving. A MUST Read. Hunted is a truly captivating book, with a story that pulses with originality, social awareness, and a razor sharp...
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Lost Kingdom, forthcoming from Atlantic Monthly Press in January, 2012
Christian Science Monitor print edition reviews
The Christian Science Monitor picks Lost Kingdom as an Editor’s Choice, calling it “a fascinating and authoritative tale of intrigue and imperialism…” Read the...
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Lost Kingdom, forthcoming from Atlantic Monthly Press in January, 2012
Christian Science Monitor print edition reviews
The Christian Science Monitor picks Lost Kingdom as an Editor’s Choice, calling it “a fascinating and authoritative tale of intrigue and imperialism…”
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Waiting for Manna
Published in January 2012 issue of International Journal on Multicultural Literature, ISSN 2231-6248 reviews
      “It is easy to flow with the current, it makes no demands, and it costs no effort… But who fight the current and struggle it, know what...
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Amazon.com reviews
Not since I read The Milagro Beanfield War and The Hotel New Hampshire have I encountered such eclectic, quirky characters in a story that is so much fun to read...
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Dreaming in Darkness
Sacramento/San Francisco Book Review reviews
“Jessica Kristie dazzles in this new collection of poems. … each section in this collection starts off slow and staccato and builds slowly as time moves on,...
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Finnish-American Poetry by Rauhala, Vartnaw, Hagelberg
Pulsar Poetry Webzine, Edition #8 (60) reviews
  I'll be honest about this. I had no idea what to expect. My knowledge of Finland and its culture is pretty much limited to knowing that Nokia come from...
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Before the Storm
Publishers Weekly reviews
“Chamberlain lays out her latest piece of romantic suspense in a shattered chronology that’s as graceful as it is perfectly paced. . . . her engrossing prose leads...
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The Mail Today reviews
WHAT makes an Indian woman undertake four trips to Pakistan in a span of six years? No, it wasn’t with a book in mind — Farzana Versey, the author of A Journey...
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In Cold Daylight
Cozy Library reviews
In Cold Daylight is a well plotted, well written adventure featuring a likable amateur sleuth with a complex past and present -- and a long-buried secret to...
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The Brothers Judd-http://brothersjudd.com/ reviews
In 1969, Man reached the Moon and the New York Miracle Mets won the World Series. In 1980, the United States Men's Hockey team beat the USSR and proceeded to win...
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Dream of the Blue Room
Kirkus Reviews reviews
A complex and nimbly fashioned first novel.
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BookPage reviews
Kathi Kamen Goldmark has written a fast-paced, wisecracking debut novel that takes readers on the road and backstage for an intimate look at the country music...
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The First of the Silva Novels
Library Journal reviews
Gage’s inspector is a fascinating character, a man who once dispensed his own brand of Brazilian justice now charged with upholding the law of the land. Highly...
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Finn: A Novel
Entertainment Weekly reviews
Clinch brings us a radical new take on Twain's classic, and a stand-alone marvel of a novel.
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Rose and Thorn Journal reviews
"Above all, Jones narrates Islamic history as a love story. She makes it a story of choices, struggle and reform, rather than subjugation and mindless obedience."
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Capital Press: The West's Ag Website reviews
—by Bill Duncan "Real-life ranch tale serves as warning to weary urbanites. "Everyone has a story to tell just from living. But the key is in the storytelling...
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