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Who Lives?: A Play
ReviewPlays.com reviews
This play takes you back to the early 1960’s. To be more specific, 1963, about a year or so after a revolutionary kidney machine was pioneered by Belding Scribner...
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The Star Telegram reviews
What it is: Like Peter and the Wolf, this is a children’s story that also serves as an introduction to the orchestra. Snicket, you may recall, is the author of the...
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Publisher's Weekly reviews
Jack Wakes Up Seth Harwood. Three Rivers, $13.95 paper (304p) ISBN 978-0-307-45435-5 Readers who like their hard-boiled crime fiction violent and gritty will cheer...
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Hootcat Hill Paperback--coming March 2009
Bookwitch Blog reviews
The badger sent me’, says Linnet’s friend Petroc by way of explanation, when he turns up unexpectedly in the middle of Lucy Coats’s book Hootcat Hill. I just can’t...
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H-Net Reviews reviews
Boomhower's account of Grissom's life in Gus Grissom: The Lost Astronaut crafts just such as image of Grissom--a heroic Hoosier everyman. The nation's astronauts...
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Deadly Liaisons
Literary Nymphs reviews
Title: Deadly Liaisons Author: Terry Spear Publisher: Samhain Publishing Publisher URL: http://samhainpublishing.com/ ISBN: 9781605042404 Genre: Paranormal...
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Winning the Highlander's Heart
Viewpoint Reviews reviews
18 2009 Here is why I loved this book: The author (Terry Spear) has a gift of making it easy to imagine yourself in another place and time while you get to know...
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Forgetting English
Mark Kramer, Founding Director and Writer-in-Residence, Nieman Program on Narrative Journalism, Harv reviews
“Midge Raymond turns her elegant, austere sentences precisely, forcing unmediated, intimate connection with readers of her exotic tales. It's nothing short of...
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Forgetting English
John Keeble, author of Nocturnal America reviews
“Midge Raymond’s exquisitely written stories turn on relationships, and not just of one kind — between lovers, yes, but also within families, between sisters,...
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Forgetting English
Melanie Rae Thon, author of First, Body and Sweet Hearts reviews
“When you forget English, you might learn to speak the forbidden language of your sister’s Tongan lover — you might find you understand the sweet murmur of the...
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LOLA,CALIFORNIA, the new novel by Edie Meidav (comes out July 5, 2011)
The Daily reviews
http://bit.ly/qZDzkc The premise of “Lola, California,” Edie Meidav’s third novel, is simple: A man, Vic Mahler, has killed his wife. He is sentenced to death for...
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You're Not the Boss of Me
The Los Angeles Times reviews
Erika Schickel, the author of "You're Not the Boss of Me," is the girlfriend we had in high school and college who was soda-through-the-nose hilarious.  ...
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Rebel: The Life and Times of John Singleton Mosby
Grand Rapids Press reviews
In Rebel, Kevin Siepel treats us to a perceptive history of Mosby--during and after the Civil War. Siepel's Mosby is a complicated man, a combination of Southern...
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Joseph Bennett of Evans and the Growing of New York's Niagara Frontier
Midwest Book Review reviews
Amazing saga of New York's evolution as seen through the eyes of an extraordinary and versatile man.  A most enjoyable armchair tour through New York's pioneer...
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Rainbow-Reviews.com reviews
5 star review. Haunted Hearths is "A fascinating anthology of literate, lyrical, Lesbian ghosts interacting with Lesbian protagonists and an occasional homophobic...
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101 Ways to Dance
Canadian Bookseller reviews
In 101 Ways to Dance author Kathy Stinson writes about the one thing on every teen’s mind: sex. Published by Second Story Press, this collection of short stories...
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Library Journal reviews
Drawn primarily from lesser-known publications and blogs, the 28 pieces in this collection together reflect an attempt to introduce writers outside the mainstream...
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Publisher's Weekly reviews
"Doyon writes pungently, with a wry slant, and pulls no punches regarding gossip, jealousy, schadenfreude and the myriad human foibles that are the backbone of...
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Ruby
Armchair Interviews reviews
Peel back the layers of any person,” Kitty DiCamillo tells her granddaughter Lucy in Tina Ann Forkner’s Ruby Among Us, “and you’ll find pain and suffering well-...
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The Trouble with Demons
Romantic Times BOOKreviews magazine reviews
The Trouble with Demons received 4.5 stars (their highest ranking), and has been selected as a TOP PICK! (their highest honor) in their May 2009 issue. Demons,...
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