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Published Reviews

Classroom at the End of the Hall
Publishers Weekly reviews
Starred review*--Peculiar happenings are the norm in the classroom that serves as the setting for this droll collection.  Occasionally reminiscent of Louis Sachar’...
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Write For Life: Healing Body, Mind and Spirit Through Journal Writing
Kenyon Fall Alumni Magazine reviews
Years ago, when Sheppard Kominars found himself held hostage to crippling migraines, he turned to the page for escape. At the suggestion of his family doctor, he...
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The San Francisco Chronicle reviews
So the sensitive or easily offended reader isn't exactly Gallaway's target audience. That's fine, because pretty much everyone else will be crying with laughter...
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The New York Times reviews
''Diary of a Viagra Fiend'' melds crude living with crude humor, but it's often wickedly appealing and spiked with nasty belly laughs.
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The New York Times reviews
Mr. Gallaway has less in common with his metrosexual counterpart than he does with Hunter S. Thompson. With enormous gusto for the altered state, Mr. Gallaway is...
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The Washington Post, (Book World Sunday Section) reviews
The Washington Post's Book World, August 6, 2006/washingtonpost.com "Enough is not enough when it comes to poetry." So said one of the most accomplished...
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Praise from a Future Generation
Publishers Weekly reviews
For more than 40 years, a small band of self-anointed investigators have made a cottage industry out of critiquing the Warren Commission Report on the...
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Chicago Tribune reviews
A neurotic young man looks into his mother's death when he was a child ...
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San Francisco Chronicle reviews
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The Black Church
Goodreads reviews
The story takes off from the very first page, leaving you breathless as you learn more and more about the tapestry's history, and the lives entwined within it.
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Amazon.com reviews
So I read a lot of books, but I do not have one to compare this to. It is definitely one of a kind and it for sure gave me the creeps. By "creeps" I mean that...
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Amazon reviews
This review is from: Capable of Murder (A Belinda Lawrence Mystery) (Kindle Edition) Belinda Lawrence receives an envelope from her Great Aunt, whom she has met...
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Amazon reviews
I love to read books that are character driven however in the past few years I have picked up more books and then put them down after the first few chapters than I...
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Havana Lost
Deadly Pleasures Magazine reviews
"Hellmann’s writing has matured considerably since her early novels.  Her plotting has become more solid and assured, her characters more realistic, her...
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Lavender Menace
Out in Print reviews
The telepath in ‘Nathan Burgoine’s brilliant “Lesser Evil,” tips his way into a love affair with Aleph, implanting a suggestion that Aleph loves him. Burgoine’s...
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Cute Eats Cute
Pioneer Press, St Paul, MN reviews
One of the fiercest annual political/social battles in Minnesota is fought over deer. This year was no exception. Some folks in metro-area suburbs want bowhunters...
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Reality Boy
Kirkus Reviews reviews
★ "Heart-pounding and heartbreaking...This is no fairy-tale romance, but a compulsively readable portrait of two imperfect teens learning to trust each other...
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Catalina Kiss
Amazon.com reviews
I truly enjoyed this book. I didn't think I would enjoy a "romance" per se, but the underlying dilemma of the main character was completely modern and realistic. I...
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Light
Out in Print Queer Book Reviews reviews
What’s stunning about this debut is its assurance. In terms of character, plot, voice, and narrative skill, Burgoine knocks it out of the park as if this was his...
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