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Published Reviews

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Publishers Weekly reviews
Rowson’s solid eighth police procedural featuring Det. Insp. Andy Horton (after A Killing Coast) opens with the funeral of 47-year-old Daryl Woodley, whose...
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Dark Knowledge
http://www.fictitiousmusings.com reviews
Pyeatt has created an intense tale of horror that is one of the most gripping reads I’ve read this year. From the very first page, you are thrust into a story that...
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Wayworn Wooden Floors
The Chronicle Review reviews
Lavorato is one of a new breed of multi-talented Canadian artists who integrate many gifts effortlessly between genres. He is novelist, photographer, composer and...
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East Eats West
Blogster.com reviews
Andrew Lam’s California is one of cultural collision, a land of fusion cuisine and religious diversity, a land shaped byimmigrants and the spices they bring...
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Out in Print: Queer Book Reviews reviews
“You cannot,” declares the narrator of 98 Wounds, Justin Chin’s stunning, essential new short story collection, “must not, believe anything – not a single word –...
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Mystery People reviews
This is a fast paced excellent mystery, with an interesting diverse set of characters, and an intriguing hook at the end that has me eagerly awaiting the next...
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Blog Business World reviews
For me, the power of the book is how Donna Ballman presents the relevant employment law, for the various phases of an employee's career, in an clear and no...
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My Postwar Life
San Jose Mercury News reviews
"My Postwar Life: New Writings From Japan and Okinawa" edited by Elizabeth Mc- Kenzie (Chicago Quarterly Review Books, $19.95, 328 pages). Santa Cruz editor...
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My Postwar Life
Publishers Weekly reviews
My Postwar Life: New Writings from Japan and OkinawaEdited by Elizabeth McKenzie. Chicago Quarterly Review Books (www.chicagoquarterlyreview.com), $19.95 trade...
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The Michigan Poet reviews
The poems in Folk Concert: Changing Times span many subjects, places and time; where one poem recalls a childhood camping trip, another revisits an adult life full...
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AfterShocks
The Washington Blade, Chicago Outlines, Girlfriends Magazine, Recommended Reading/True Review reviews
"AfterShocks is an achievement.  There are lines that are so filled with beauty and truth that they are sheer pleasure to read.  Jess Wells is obviously...
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Diary of a Witness
Booklist reviews
Ernie knows the rules of survival in his high school: never look the bullies in the eye, and don’t look behind you. Ernie, who tips the scales at 242 pounds, and...
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Buffalo Soldier: Trial by Fire
Provided by Email reviews
Reading this book is like being face to face with (a) Buffalo Soldier. Many stories have been told, songs sung about Buffalo Soldiers, but this time it is...
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Richmond Times-Dispatch reviews
"With urban edginess, realistic characters, a feisty and sympathetic heroine and a big heart, Simon spins a frightening tale that will have you postponing...
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Retirement Planning: How to Retire Happy, Wild, and Free
Quintessential Careers Book Reviews reviews
"I would not hesitate to share this book with friends, colleagues, or clients. Investigating the many options for retirement is even more important now than when...
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Savage Hunger
Romantic Times Magazine reviews
SAVAGE HUNGER by Terry Spear Genre: Paranormal/Urban Fantasy, Paranormal Romance Sensuality: HOT Description: Description: Description: http://www....
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First Draft: The Journal of the Alabama Writers' Forum reviews
". . . The human voice, as well as the voices of bears, wind, and waves, are at one with an animate universe, and when we are alive in and to the world we inhabit...
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"Beatrice's Mirror," by Melissa Morphew
http://www.chapter16.org/ reviews
"Marilyn Kallet’s new collection of wry, mostly romantic poems, The Love That Moves Me, takes its title from a line in Dante: “Amor mi mosse, che mi fa parlare...
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Shaggy Muses
Margaret Forster, author of Elizabeth Barrett Browning: The Life and Loves of a Poet reviews
I so enjoyed SHAGGY MUSES. It manages very successfully to bring into focus exactly why these dogs were important to these writers—an intriguing mixture of...
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The Esoteric Book Review reviews
All in all this book is well worth investing in if you have an interest in ritual magick and in the dynamics of a working magickal group.
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