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Waking Lazarus
Publisher's Weekly reviews
Hines handles the numerous flashbacks and switches in point of view well, and has a deft touch in knowing just how much information to give and how much to...
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The Dead Whisper On
Publisher's Weekly reviews
A miner-turned-garbage collector is the refreshingly different protagonist of this sophomore horror outing by Hines (Waking Lazarus)...Hines writes with wry humor...
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The Dead Whisper On
Library Journal reviews
Hines excels at writing gripping supernatural thrillers with plenty of twists and turns; he'll pull you in from page one.
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Waking Lazarus
Library Journal reviews
Hines's intricate thriller about a man declared dead several times offers plenty of twists and turns without sacrificing character development. Supernatural...
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Mediterranean Summer hardcover
San Francisco Examiner reviews
I couldn't put down David Shalleck's account of working as the sole cook on a 125-foot schooner owned by an extravagantly wealthy Italian couple as it sailed along...
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The Post-War Dream [2008]
Los Angeles Times reviews
Hollis' scouring memories of war are dramatic and evocative, to be sure, but it's the little things, like Hollis' unearthing green plastic toy soldiers in his...
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Friends of Radio 3 reviews
"The contrasts between black and white are understated: an old world and a new; the enterprising Rejoice has more to him than the prosaic Warren; the...
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Beer, Blood & Cornmeal
The Metro (Silicon Valley) reviews
"(Beer, Blood and Cornmeal) just makes you want to don a leopard skin and get paid 20 bucks to go in the ring and beat up a dude...
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Library Journal reviews
Two weeks after Queller's maternal grandmother died from kidney failure, her mother was diagnosed with metastasized ovarian cancer. Eleven months after she, too,...
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Kirkus Reviews reviews
Television writer Queller recalls testing positive at age 34 for the BRCA-1 gene mutation and her subsequent decision to undergo a double mastectomy. In 2002, the...
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A Tale of Three Cities
AT HOME PLATE reviews
The 1962 season will be remembered fondly by baseball fans. Five years after leaving New York, the Dodgers and Giants hooked up for a great division race. The two...
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The Possibility of Everything
LA Times reviews
Motherless Daughters," "Motherless Mothers," "Mother of My Mother," "Letters From Motherless Daughters": These four books have earned Hope Edelman the title of...
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Publishers Weekly reviews
Forman’s enormously affecting memoir—winner of the Bread Loaf Writer’s Conference Bakeless Prize—about the drastic disabilities of her extremely premature child...
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Five Books reviews
... It is a wonderful story following two children: one colonial, one native African. It’s just out – very new. I thought: yes, this is a pretty rare book; whoever...
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Front page of book reviews
"Mass Casualties is a raw, vivid look at the realities behind the daily news about American soldiers overseas. Michael Anthony’s voice has the rough-edged honesty...
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Boston Globe reviews
Either Ari Juels is living an amazing double life or he really does have the imagination to make it as a novelist... in his first work of fiction, “Tetraktys,’’...
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Kwips & Kritiques reviews
WEREWOLF SERIES #5: SEDUCED BY THE WOLF Terry Spear ISBN: 978-1402237539 August 2010 Sourcebooks Casablanca Paranormal Romance/Shape Shifter Mass Market Paperback...
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Breaking Out of Bedlam
San Francisco Chronicle reviews
“Larson masterfully interweaves themes with the story: of water and weightlessness; of stability and rocks; of addiction, love and lying; and of waking up to new...
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BLOOD STRANGERS: a memoir
http://www.gayalliance.org/emptycloset/2010/07/book-review-blood-strangers/ reviews
Blood Strangers does what I had previously thought impossible of a memoir. It tells a story that is simultaneously heart-wrenching and heart-warming, profound and...
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CR's Kwips and Kritiques reviews
Carol and Chaz have fantastic chemistry, and the tension of the desire they are fighting alongside the deadly spreading disease in their midst adds page-turning...
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