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Published Reviews

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The Beltane Papers reviews
Reviewer Denise Bell writes: Throughout the book the author has woven stories of women who each worshiped the Black Madonna, the Dark Mother, or the Divine She....
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Sage Woman Magazine reviews
Reviewer Barbara Ardinger calls the novel "a complex, sometimes disturbing, sometimes enchanting fairy tale about a long line of Sicilian* women who worship...
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Big Bridge Magazine reviews
Very early in the book, it was so very tempting to accuse the author of merely name dropping about his Herculean druggy glory days; touting others' achievements...
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Publishers Weekly and Others reviews
Kick-ass, hugely entertaining, unique, distinctive, stunninly bold, pitch-perfect, intense, relevant, hip, playfully weird, splendidly goofy, of Dickensian genius...
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The Sixth Form: A Novel
San Francisco Chronicle reviews
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People Magazine, "Did He Do it" double issue reviews
"Deeply felt and often darkly funny, Look Me in the Eye is a delight."-PEOPLE magazine, Critics Choice, 4 Stars
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Booklist magazine reviews
*Starred Review* If one looked at only Robison's impish sense of humor (he once ordered a blow-up sex doll to be delivered to his junior-high-school teacher—at...
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Publishers Weekly online and print reviews
Starred Review. Robison's thoughtful and thoroughly memorable account of living with Asperger's syndrome is assured of media attention (and sales) due in part to...
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San Antonio Express-News reviews
  When the hit TV show “Lost” ended last spring, the writers had reintroduced to the American vocabulary the pejorative use of a word that had, thankfully,...
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Mystery Scene Magazine reviews
... Cameron's ability to make readers feel for both speaks volumes; his ability to keep readers in suspense as they come closer to a final meeting makes him...
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Diana Page Jordan reviews
Sascha’s hilarious, strikingly non-chronological account of how she married – and divorced – the obvious guy at the obvious time – hits a bit close to home.
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Diana Page Jordan reviews
Sascha’s hilarious, strikingly non-chronological account of how she married – and divorced – the obvious guy at the obvious time – hits a bit close to home.
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USA Today reviews
British journalist Precious Williams upends every expectation about race, class, gender and ambition in her startlingly powerful memoir. Of note: Williams' subtle...
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Fresh Fiction reviews
Nurse Carol Woods is sick of being penned up. She hated it before she was turned into a werewolf, when the gray pack was trying to keep her safe from the destiny...
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Long and Short Reviews reviews
Wolf Fever by Terry Spear Publisher: Sourcebooks Genre: Contemporary, Paranormal Length: Full Length (399 pgs) Heat Level: spicy Rating: 5 Books Reviewed by...
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Love Romance Passion reviews
Review: As a reader who’s been following Spear’s werewolf series, I’m declaring Wolf Fever the best novel…thus far. I held my breath quite a bit with book six....
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Librarything reviews
Really fun read! I love the twist on well known tales - my favorite being Romeo and Juliet. Oh, just thinking about it still makes me smile.  This is a...
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Star Crossed Romance reviews
Terry Spear has written another great werewolf story. I know. I say that every time but when it's true, it's true. Ms Spear writes fantastic action/adventure/...
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Newsday reviews
Every man, woman, child - not to mention dog and plant - owes its life to Jack Durkin. Had he and nine generations of Durkins before him not been weeding a field...
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