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Published Reviews

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The Agony Column reviews
What could easily be one of the smartest, coolest and best anthologies to show up in 2004 . . . This is one of those rockin' really weird Rick-books that you...
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Piper's Someday
Amazon.com reviews
Some books are so good they set you on fire. This is one of those books, destined to become one of those classics everyone should read, and trust me, you will want...
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SF Crowsnest reviews
Particular reference must be made to "The House Of The Rising Sun" by Elizabeth Bear and "Reality Interrupted" written by Jason Erik Lundberg....
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Whispers of Wickedness reviews
A fantasy tale of the highest calibre, at times I thought I was reading the last chapter of a great novel and it has certainly made me want to hear more from this...
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Tangent Online reviews
The writing is smooth and crisply visual, and the dialog sparkles . . . Go with the flow, and you'll meet an interesting character who ultimately is given a...
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Design For Interaction
C3 Magazine reviews
“Design For Interaction by Lisa Baggerman tackles the idea of user experience and interactivity as elements of good interfacedesign.” 
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Web Design That Works
Communication Arets reviews
“Web Design that Works is surprisingly, and refreshingly, free of code. Baggerman isn't interested in technical solutions. Instead she...
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The Anatomist
The Melbourne Age, Australia reviews
Not many 19th-century textbooks are referenced in the title of a television series. But such is the literary afterlife and continuing medical relevance of Gray's...
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Black Butterflies: A Flock on the Dark Side
http://www.darkecho.com/JohnShirley/bb_pw.html reviews
Best known as one of the founders of cyberpunk for his novel City Come A-Walkin' (1980) and as principal screenwriter of the cult classic film, The Crow, Shirley (...
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Living Shadows: Stories, New and Pre-owned by John Shirley
New York Times Review of Books reviews
LIVING SHADOWS (Prime, paper, $14.95), is subtitled “Stories: New and Preowned” because much of it has been previously published: some stories in earlier, out-of-...
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http://markleslie.blogspot.com/2010/06/review-switch-by-grant-mckenzie.html reviews
"With a 'regular guy caught in a terrible nightmare' scenario, reminiscent of some of the recent novels of Linwood Barclay, McKenzie has crafted a brilliantly...
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Wanda, Book Loons Reviews reviews
What an adventure, romance intertwined with werewolves, and some mystery in the mix. Refreshing and new, with fun and wit. Lots of sex appeal, with hot and steamy...
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Cindy's Love of Books reviews
If you are a regular reader of my blog you will notice that I don't read/review romance books and that is only because its a genre I never really got into until I...
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Killer by Dave Zeltserman
The Boston Globe reviews
Dave Zeltserman is at it again writing about ex-con antiheroes with the kind of panache that would make Jim Thompson, king of the psycho killer novels, proud. In...
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Peter and the Whimper-Whineys
Portland Book Reviews and also American Chronicle reviews
Do you have a whiney child? Then they need to meet Peter the whiney rabbit who lives in the forest and whines from morning till night. Peter and the Whimper-...
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Amazon reviews
Quense also shows his keen interest in matters anthropological and ethnographic in his revealing of the origins of Gunderland in "a godly sneeze," termed the "Big...
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LOLA,CALIFORNIA, the new novel by Edie Meidav (comes out July 5, 2011)
The Daily Beast reviews
‘Lola, California’ By Edie Meidav. 448 pages. Farrar, Straus and Giroux. $28. Edie Meidav's Lola, California is titled after the name two girls, Lana and Rose,...
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The Paris Voice reviews
In her beautiful new novel, “The Radiant City,” Canadian writer Lauren B. Davis evokes a Paris that is decidedly on the edge, a city in which everyone has come...
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Hystera
Publisher's Weekly reviews
"Poetic, strange and evocative. A poignant prose-poem,"
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Hystera
Veronica, MD reviews
Hystera by Leora Skolkin-Smith is one of those novels that gets you in the first few sentences; you know you are in for something completely unique and...
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