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Published Reviews

Shaggy Muses
Temple Grandin , author of Animals in Translation reviews
An intimate look into the lives of famous women authors whose lives were more difficult than we would ever have imagined. Their dogs helped them to survive and...
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Shaggy Muses
Publishers Weekly reviews
Lovers of both dogs and classic writers will identify with this sweet, quirky book.
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Shaggy Muses
Booklist reviews
Written with lively, accessible prose, this absorbing, wholly unique book is a must-read for literature- and dog-lovers alike.
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Shaggy Muses
Bark Magazine reviews
With this book, Adams has created a niche that will thrill those who love literature, biography and dogs.
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Shaggy Muses
The Chicago Tribune reviews
Move over Marley. Make room for Carlo (Emily Dickinson's giant Newfoundland). Or Flush (Elizabeth Barrett Browning's golden cocker spaniel). Or, maybe, Keeper (...
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Shadows in the Garden
Micro-Film Magazine, No. 7 reviews
“The filmmakers … dare to tell this story in a non-traditional manner, providing exposition through dictionary definitions, newspaper clippings, talk radio voices...
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SF Bookswap reviews
Many short story collections, even single author collections, are arranged around a theme. I don’t think Pelland had to hunt around for hers much. All of the...
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Roses & Thorns reviews
Magdalena Ball demonstrates her mastery of the musicality of language and many scenes are imbued with striking imagery...As the drama...
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Moondance reviews
The writing is deep and memorable making the novel a true page-turner. The words are chosen masterly; the narrative and the imagery are excellent. The book sounds...
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Entertainment Weekly reviews
All of Wolff's experiences funnel into this buoyant memoir, which is rich in detail but never feels overembellished. Memories about the struggle to fit in can seem...
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Ritual's Cover
http://romancebookscene.blogspot.com/2009/09/romance-book-review-rituals.html reviews
This quick read novella gives readers a delightful look at light bondage. Both Maddie and Ryan are great characters having a great time exploring the new world...
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AOL's Gadling Travel reviews
Author Shelley Seale’s discovery of this human tragedy led her life in a whole new direction, and it is this that gives the book its impetus. Besides her personal...
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Sacramento Book Review reviews
Change Your Mindset, Not Your Man by Sally B. Watkins, a clinical social worker, is a rich investigation into the minds of women. Written in simple terms, it is...
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Montserrat Review reviews
...the book does not ask for forgiveness. It does not set out with an agenda to condemn the prison system, create a social polemic, nor does it ask that we as...
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change.org reviews
But most importantly, Judith wants us to see that humanity exists, and can thrive, in even the places where we try to bury it. And when we choose to acknowledge...
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BLOOD STRANGERS: a memoir
Edge reviews
impressive memoir...this book, "quiet" by industry standards, is more gripping than most big press memoirs that are efficiently marketable with the one-line blurb...
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Publishers Weekly reviews
In this smartly restrained ghost story, orphan Jennie has already lost her twin brother to the Civil War, but when her brooding cousin, Quinn, returns wounded to...
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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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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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