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A Place Far Away
Clarion Reviews reviews
  “A Place Far Away is a compelling novel by a skilled writer who knows how to build narrative tension. … Zanoyan does not sugarcoat the horrific reality of...
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A Highland Werewolf Wedding
RomFan Reviews reviews
Terry Spear and given us another hit to her Werewolf Series.  I don’t think I will ever get bored with her books as each one brings a new a delightful hero...
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A Place Far Away
Kirkus Reviews reviews
“Zanoyan illuminates the seedy world of sex trafficking in the newly independent states of the former USSR. …  The rarely discussed subject matter from a...
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KRYMSIN NOCTURNES
San Francisco Book Review reviews
Darkness ... takes the reader into hidden places that exist just tissue paper thinness away from the world as we know it. Darkness and horror abound in the story...
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A Highland Werewolf Wedding
Fresh Fiction reviews
A HIGHLAND WEREWOLF WEDDING is a delightfully amusing romantic novel. Terry Spear's 11th...
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A Highland Werewolf Wedding
Tome Tender reviews
Elaine Hawthorne is an American grey werewolf and she has been living as a lone wolf for years. She has returned to Scotland...
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A Highland Werewolf Wedding
Night Owl Reviews reviews
A Highland Werewolf Wedding is every bit as good as I had anticipated, and I enjoyed every minute of it. It was fun to read. There was lots to keep me interested...
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Clover Doves
Amazon.com reviews
I literally could not put this book down! I will admit that I am not a huge fan of romances, and this has a strong romantic theme throughout...that said, the...
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What I Love About You, Mom
Hen's Nest reviews
I always end up spending close to half an hour or longer in the card aisle, trying to pick out the perfect Mother’s Day card for my Mom, dodging shopping carts and...
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What I Love About You, Mom
Diablo reviews
Moraga authors Kate and David Marshall's new fill-in journal, What I Love About You, Mom, is the ultimate Mother's Day Gift. We got the scoop, in the Marshalls'...
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Billings Gazette reviews
What is the West? Where does it begin and end? How does one even get there? According to the “West of 98” editors and contributors, the answer to all three...
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Hystera
A Bookish Way of Life reviews
     Memories of her life overwhelm Lillian to the point that she is trapped by them and can no longer function properly on a day to day basis...
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Our Farm: By the Animals of Farm Sanctuary
Booklist reviews
The creatures on an animal sanctuary provide the voices in this collection of playful poetry.... From the cover image of one vulnerable lamb to the farm overviews...
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THE BOSTON SUNDAY GLOBE reviews
Tender look at Mailer By Jan Gardner, Globe Correspondent January 31, 2010 Around Provincetown, Norman Mailer was known as a regular guy. He chatted with locals as...
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The Bibliophilic Book Blog reviews
5-star review: An intense and compelling novel, Sleeper’s Run will make you look twice at the people around you. Mr. Mosquera has created a novel that will be a...
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You Don't Know Me: A Citizen's Guide to Republican Family Values
Portland Monthly Magazine reviews
"The hurly-burly of election season is upon us, so it's a smart idea to stock up on incendiary political debate. In case of a visit from your Limbaugh-loving Uncle...
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Armchair Interviews reviews
Upon his father’s death, Michael Tiernan inherits Oisin Pharmaceuticals. Originally, he is less than enthusiastic about this, but upon learning more details about...
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The Urbanite reviews
"A slim collection of essays, Daughters of Empire gains narrative coherence via an accretion of personal details—Satterfield’s pregnancy and her daughter’s birth,...
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Cover Me: A Health Insurance Memoir
Author Exposure reviews
I thought I knew what to expect from Cover Me by Sonya Huber, but I was so wrong. This book is much more than a diatribe about medical coverage in the United...
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The Anniston Star reviews
"Certainly one of the deep pleasures avid readers can experience is discovering a writer who has always seemed to have been a part of their lives. There's a kind...
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