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Rebel: The Life and Times of John Singleton Mosby
Civil War Times Illustrated reviews
Siepel has written a sympathetic biography of Mosby, utilizing both published and unpublished sources. His account of the warrior's postwar years is solid, written...
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Rebel: The Life and Times of John Singleton Mosby
Richmond Times-Dispatch reviews
Kevin Siepel's book does not neglect the war years, but addresses itself to filling out the peacetime years when the Virginia-born cavalryman continued to be a...
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Rebel: The Life and Times of John Singleton Mosby
The Atlanta Journal reviews
This crisply written, well researched biography provides an entertaining rundown on the exploits of a bonafide Confederate hero, John Mosby.
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Rebel: The Life and Times of John Singleton Mosby
Choice reviews
Rebel draws on a wide range of manuscript sources and offers, as well, a wider view of Mosby than we have seen before, covering not only his Civil War exploits but...
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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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The Washington Post reviews
At the center of "Waiting for the Apocalypse: A Memoir of Faith and Family" stands the figure of Veronica Chater's father, a one-time California highway patrol...
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King of the Castle
CM: Canadian Review of Materials reviews
This brief, concisely written and touching novel, crafted by award-winner Kathy Stinson, explores the difficulties of being an illiterate adult in a literate...
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New York Times Book Review reviews
“I once set fire to the woods,” Henry David Thoreau laconically confided to his journal in 1850, six years after he torched approximately 300 acres of Concord...
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Fierce
The Globe and Mail reviews
"Holborn's double high-wire act leaps effortlessly between funny and tragic...(her)visuals are cinematic..."
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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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The Master Planets
Thomas Perry reviews
"The Master Planets is a magnificent, mysterious book. Near the end I wished it had been less unforgettable, so I could sit down and read it again." -- New York...
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The New York Times reviews
"...Ms. Doyon's book spans decades and takes some powerful, serious turns. Without overburdening her material, she develops an array of serious acts and...
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Isthmus, Madison's alternative weekly, reviews
Mary Bergin clearly had a blast researching this book. She takes readers on a statewide tour to meet "burger flippers and entrée artists," to enjoy "glimpses of...
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Heart of the Wolf
Fallen Angel Reviews reviews
Heart of the Wolf by Terry Spear is a fantastic new addition to the popular trend of shape shifter stories. I loved this story, not only does Ms. Spear draw the...
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Gather reviews
Terry Spear’s wolves are neither wild not tame. They live in small towns, keeping their identity secret from their human friends, running hospitals, schools,...
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