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Published Reviews

Rebel: The Life and Times of John Singleton Mosby
Richmond News Leader reviews
For the next few years at least, Kevin Siepel's biography of Mosby will be the basic source for the 'Gray Ghost.' Siepel’s research—especially into manuscripts and...
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Rebel: The Life and Times of John Singleton Mosby
The Dallas Morning News reviews
Kevin H. Siepel’s biography of John S. Mosby, the famous Confederate guerrilla leader, is a welcome addition to the long shelf of Civil War biographies. Aimed at...
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People Magazine reviews
(Four Stars) TV writer Jessica Queller was 34 and single when she discovered that, as she now puts it, "my own body could kill me." Less than a year...
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Entertainment Weekly reviews
In this inspiring memoir, Pretty Is What Changes, TV writer Queller (Gossip Girl) intertwines her mother's death from ovarian cancer with her own story of testing...
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"The Reality Machine" by Cliff Burns
Strange Adventures (U.K.) reviews
"At last Canada has found a literary equivalent to David Cronenberg."
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Walnut Creek Magazine reviews
LOCAL AUTHOR OFFERS HOPE Inspired by her sister’s occupational therapist stories from the oncology unit at a major metropolitan hospital, Lafayette resident Gail...
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SFScope reviews
If you're looking for a light, happy read—something uplifting or amusing—by all means avoid this book.
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Keep and Give Away: Poems
Main Street Rag reviews
Occasionally, a reviewer gets lucky. A book comes along that has the tensile strength to endure for years and the sheer beauty to capture a reader’s heart. Keep...
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The Dog Diet
Publishers Weekly reviews
The Dog Diet: What My Dog Taught Me About Shedding Pounds, Licking Stress and Getting a New Leash on Life Patti Lawson. Health Communications, $15.95 (272p) ISBN 0...
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Fierce
The Edmonton Journal reviews
"...as strong a first collection as we have any right to hope (for)"
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Who Lives?: A Play
The Los Angeles Times reviews
March is National Kidney Month, which makes the docudrama "Who Lives?" only appropriate. Christopher Meeks' fact-based play about an anonymous citizens committee...
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Blood Passion: The Ludlow Massacre and Class War in the American West
The New Yorker reviews
The review is of Thomas Andrews' Killing for Coal but draws also from Blood Passion, which Crain describes as "a lively journalistic account."
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The Vampire...In My Dreams
Ghost Writer Literary Reviews reviews
This story is masterfully told, giving each character (Marissa and Dominic) their own chapters told from their POV (point of view)…a most clever and unique way to...
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The Good, Bad, and Unread reviews
Sandy M’s review of Destiny of the Wolf (Werewolf Series, Book 2) by Terry Spear Contemporary Paranormal Romance published by Sourcebooks Casablanca 1 Mar 09 This...
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The Big Splash
Publishers Weekly reviews
The seventh-grader version of a Raymond Chandler PI, Matt Stevens coolly navigates the mean streets (okay, the mean hallways) of Franklin Middle School in a first...
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Melody
BlackMeninAmerica.com reviews
Melody is a novel with a two part rhythm of a story line with fast twists and captivating allure that blend harmoniously to a true melodic novella treat. This...
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Mosquito
CutBank Reviews reviews
"Lemon’s passion and vulnerability will strip bare your conscience. There will be only scars remaining where doubt used to be—in places you never thought there...
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OVENMAN
The Oregonian reviews
"Ovenman may leave some readers puzzling over how When can be such a dope in some ways and still such a fun narrator. Parker rides that thin line of narrative...
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The New York Times Book Review reviews
Most of us dread winding up in a subway car or an airplane seat beside characters like Lucia Nevai's. Off their medications, away from their A.A. sponsors or...
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