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Published Reviews

Months and Seasons & Other Stories
Literary Corner Cafe reviews
Q: Your characters in "Months and Seasons" are rather quirky. Do you think they're still representative of "all people, everywhere?" They also seem uniquely...
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The White Book
The Pedestal Magazine reviews
North Carolinian Alex Grant proved that he was a hell of a good poet with his award-winning 2006 Chains and Mirrors, and his 2008 chapbook, simply titled The White...
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BookReporter.com reviews
THE HARROWING Alexandra Sokoloff St. Martin's Press Horror ISBN-10: 0312357486 ISBN-13: 9780312357481 The fortunes of the horror genre have waned in recent years,...
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Book Bitch reviews
Wow! Eight years ago reporter Scott Fleetwood was interjected into the case of the serial kidnapper called the Piper. At the time, Scott thinks he is dealing...
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Publishers Weekly reviews
After an eight-year hiatus, the elusive serial kidnapper dubbed the Piper is once again commanding headlines in San Francisco after abducting Sammy, one of...
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Fresh Fiction reviews
Josh Michaels has a bad day that progresses into a nightmare. He's run off a bridge and left to die in the Sacramento River. He knows it wasn't an accident, but...
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Fresh Fiction reviews
Scott Fleetwood is a news reporter with a past connected to the Piper, a person who kidnapped children, made heavy demands and always received payment for...
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Fresh Fiction reviews
Hayden Duke accepts a short term contract job for Marin Design Engineering (MDE) in San Francisco. Before he signs the contract, he learns that one of the...
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Bookgasm reviews
A great thriller should be like sleight-of-hand: You know it’s a trick done with misdirection, but you’re still be fooled every time. Simon Wood’s second novel...
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Bookgasm reviews
Thriller author Simon Wood’s WE ALL FALL DOWN is a fast-paced page-turner that will gain even more fans for his output. Hayden Duke works is a freelance contractor...
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Self-Publishing Review reviews
The Brightest Moon of the Century follows Edward from childhood, soon after his mother died, through high school and sullen adolescence, to college alienation and...
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Amazon Reviews reviews
5 out of 5 stars This memoir is really two stories braided together. First, the writing. Many blogketeers today have a disregard for proper English. I approached...
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The Citizen, Auburn NY reviews
4.5 out of 5 stars It is a universal truth that every parent wants his or her child to be healthy and happy; every other desire for them becomes secondary. When...
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Edward T. Luttenberger, National Vietnam War Museum reviews
An easy and entertaining read as well as a coming of age story about a young man who was able to live his dream in the middle of a war – and survive.
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Austenblog reviews
"illuminating and at times hilarious and touching"
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Chicago Sun-Times (Q&A) reviews
Call it a girl thing. There's just something special about female friendships -- girlfriends who are there for you through thick and thin, no matter what. Much of...
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USA Weekend reviews
In his just-out "The Girls From Ames," Zaslow uses his reporter's skills to investigate the often-fraught subject of friendship -- specifically, the lifelong bonds...
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PUBLISHER'S WEEKLY reviews
Steven Travers offers a multitude of game facts. Gridiron Gauntlet: The Story of the Men Who Integrated Pro Football, in Their...
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The Asian Age reviews
While some writers paint with words, some can make them sing and some others can even make them breathe, but very few can make them tell a story. Mascarenhas has...
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Our Farm: By the Animals of Farm Sanctuary
Literago: Literate Chicago reviews
The whole book feels carefree and springy, artful in a loosey-goosey (sorry) way. (I will not be at all surprised to find it on prominent display at Anthropologie...
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