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Published Reviews

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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Kirkus Reviews reviews
“[S]harp human insights on the omnipresent moral complications of living in Nazi Germany make this a worthwhile read. . . . [A] unique, imaginative take on the...
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Dead On
bn.com reviews
Customer Reviews Number of Reviews: 1Average Rating: Write a Review Suspenseful, intriguing, and funTom, A reviewer, 02/04/2008 Dead On is a great read. Fast,...
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Dead On
amazon.com reviews
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful: A masterful suspense wound through time, December 5, 2007 By  Mike Reynolds (New Jersey) - See all my...
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Dead On
amazon.com reviews
1 of 2 people found the following review helpful: Poetically Woven!, June 27, 2007 By  kasha "LJ" (PA) - See all my reviews Ending Packs A...
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Dead On
amazon.com reviews
 4 of 5 people found the following review helpful: From PHILADELPHIA INQUIRER, October 30, 2004, by Ira Josephs, January 14, 2005 By  Kelly Jameson (also...
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Dead On
amazon.com reviews
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful: Dead on is Dead On Target, July 28, 2006 By  Jonathan Maberry "Bram Stoker Award-winning a... (Bucks...
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Kirkus Reviews reviews
An American graduate student in India teams up with an intelligence agent and others to prevent a crisis that could spark bloody chaos. When Jill Rothchild, an...
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LizaWasHere blog reviews
Briccetti’s essay was a favorite for more personal reasons. I owe her and her family a debt of gratitude — they were pioneers in the effort to have same-sex second...
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Portraits in the Dark
http://www.bookgasm.com reviews
Perhaps Nancy O. Greene’s PORTRAITS IN THE DARK is about what you don’t see in the darkness. Her short vignettes try to shine some light on what we’re quick to...
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Dasha's Journal
The Psychologist, Vol. 22 reviews
Dasha, the feline narrator, is a witty cat-scientist. Her research focuses on Alex, an autistic boy, whose family has learned the hard way how best to accommodate...
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The Love We All Wait For
Shelf-Awareness reviews
Lee Doyle has written an engaging, and sometimes dark, coming-of-age story set in the Salinas Valley in 1975. Sheila O'Connor is 17, still mourning the death of...
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Mom and Dad Don't Live Together Anymore
CM: Canadian Review of Materials reviews
With the divorce rate nearing fifty per cent, there is a real need for this material, especially for younger children. Here, a little girl of about six tells how...
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Those Green Things
CM: Canadian Review of Materials reviews
Kathy Stinson has done it again. She has got right inside the mind of a bored child pestering her mother and exercising her own imagination at the same time....
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Deathryde
The Washington Times reviews
If you have a taste for slambang satire that plays games with the names of dead celebrities from James Dean to Barbara Stanwyck and a hearse driver with the...
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Fierce
Grande Prairie Ink! reviews
"The stories in “Fierce” contain beautiful writing, offbeat characters, and strange scenarios. Yet there is humanity and honesty in this collection that really...
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Mantids, a new novel by Ron Dakron
The Fright Site reviews
[T]he book is lively and funny, with a spot-on portrayal of the Pacific Northwest punk subculture amid all the insanity--and really: perverted sex, punk rock,...
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