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Published Reviews

Lost Dog
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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Lost Dog
Fiction Nation reviews
... Took me a while to decide how I felt about this book, until I realized I'd been holding my breath for several pages. Its damaged characters and cold locale...
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The Soulstealer War
Roundtable Reviews reviews
Clocking in at fewer than three hundred pages, THE FIRST MOTHER’S FIRE is a quick read and never overstays its welcome like more than a few ponderous fantasy books...
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GUD Magazine reviews
Marais’ “The Cure” is an elegantly erudite novel with compelling prose.  It recounts a man's mental journey, far from home; Robert has distanced himself from...
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Tatiana Proskouriakoff: Interpreting the Ancient Maya
The Charlotte Observer reviews
If you're in a women's book club that needs a good selection for March - Women's History Month - consider "Tatiana Proskouriakoff." The title is a...
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A Gesture Through Time
American Book Review reviews
In the enduring materiality of its presence and its playful formal invention, Gesture sets itself apart as an enduring piece of metafiction.
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In the Sierra Madre
Booklist reviews
The Sierra Madre is familiar to readers because of B. Traven's The Treasure of the Sierra Madre and John Huston's film version of the novel, which starred Humphrey...
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New York Times reviews
In her book, ''The First Fossil Hunters: Paleontology in Greek and Roman Times,'' published in May by Princeton University Press, Adrienne Mayor draws on a close...
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New York Times reviews
Mighty as Hercules was, he sometimes prevailed only by means other than his own brute strength. When the need arose, the superhero of Greek mythology armed...
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In the Sierra Madre
Guadalajara Reporter reviews
Some say that truth is stranger than fiction. In the case of award-winning journalist Jeff Biggers’ “In the Sierra Madre,” truth is both stranger and far more...
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THE FORBIDDEN DAUGHTER
Romance Reviews Today reviews
Beautifully written, with realistic dialogue and characters who will make your heart ache at times, THE FORBIDDEN DAUGHTER is a worthy successor to Ms. Bantwal's...
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The Possibility of Everything
Entertainment Weekly reviews
When this California mom (and author of the 1994 best-seller Motherless Daughters) finds her 3-year-old suddenly in the grip of a very hostile imaginary friend,...
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Martha's Bookshelf reviews
4.5!! I really liked the alpha characters of Cassie and Leidolf. The author does a good job building the tension as they dance around their attraction for each...
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Winter of Secrets
Publishers Weekly reviews
Starred Review. The discovery early one Christmas morning of the bodies of best friends Jason Wyatt-Yarmouth and Ewan Williams, two privileged young men from...
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Booklist reviews
Every Little Thing in the World. de Gramont, Nina (Author) Mar 2010. 288 p. Atheneum, hardcover, $16.99. (9781416980131). Critically acclaimed adult author de...
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The Fall of Augustus
News Bureau, University of Illinois reviews
"Wisseman teaches an anthropology course and is director of the Program on Ancient Technologies and Archaeological Materials at the University of Illinois. And...
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Fredericksburg Free-Lance Star reviews
"if you, in your role as exemplary parent or guardian, are reading the book page in the vain hope of happening upon a hidden gem for your young adult reader, then...
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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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