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February Flowers
The Bulletin (Australia) reviews
by Fan Wu
"Characters, plot, and Chinoiserie combine in a debut novel that shines…animated by unforgettable characters, and infused with emotional honesty, Fan Wu's...
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Deep Water: The Epic Struggle over Dams, Displaced People, and the Environment
Columbia Journalism Review reviews
... Deep Water is not a book about dams, as it were, but about three people whose lives have been lived in the tall shadows of dams. This makes all the...
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Deep Water: The Epic Struggle over Dams, Displaced People, and the Environment
OnEarth Magazine reviews
Leslie has written a volume that is heir, both in organization and in power, to Encounters With the Archdruid, John McPhee's classic profile of Brower and...
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The Goddess of Happiness
Midwest Book Review reviews
A compilation of stories, insights, and humor "If you only have time (and the energy) for one self-help, self-improvement book for personal growth, then make...
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The Goddess of Happiness
Publisher's Weekly reviews
".... a perfect gift for girlfriends on the go."
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Monsters and Critics reviews
Recently, in those nanotech & multiverse-rich intersections of science fiction, reality, and pop culture reporting, there's been a lot of talk about the...
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Big City, Bad Blood
WGN Radio reviews
Not only a great crime novel, but also a great Chicago novel. I absolutely love this book.
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Big City, Bad Blood
Lansing State Journal reviews
A knockout . . . Chercover's atmospheric, violent, taut tale is easily a candidate for one of the best crime novels of the year.
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Big City, Bad Blood
Jackson Clarion-Ledger reviews
The best detective novel you will read this year. A realistic, scorching read.
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Big City, Bad Blood
Publishers Weekly reviews
Impressive. . .The author's considerable storytelling and characterization gifts compare favorably to those of Loren D. Estleman and other established masters of...
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Debbie's Book Blog reviews
Terry Spear once again thrills fans with the latest addition to her award-winning Heart of the Wolf series. Heart of the Highland Wolf takes place in Scotland and...
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Thoughts...OVER COFFEE reviews
This story is wonderful blend of contemporary suspense; romance, with just the right mix of paranormal. Terry has a wonderful sense of humor and you can’t help but...
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White Hand Society: The Psychedelic Partnership of Timothy Leary & Allen Ginsberg
The Daily Beat reviews
This is an important addition to the literature on the beat generation, documenting the collaboration between two remarkable visionaries who took America on the...
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The Stubborn Season
The Montreal Gazette reviews
The Stubborn Season is precise, polished … bind[s] the attention through the excellence of its sharp, precise prose, generously laced with authentic history....
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Kirkus Review reviews
SPOILER ALERT! Mosquera weaves a tale of suspense through a clandestine world, crafting an engaging read that’s not easily put down.
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Reader Views reviews
“Sleeper’s Run” may be a book that many will find so compelling that they will read it in one sitting.
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Librarything reviews
I really enjoyed Mini Collection. Saving the Shore was a funny version of Lord of the Rings with strange, but interesting, characters, and creative magic. I liked...
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Sizzling Hot Book Reviews reviews
Finding Felicity is a great read. The story between the past and the present are closely intertwined as we learn that Marco has become Father Marco at the...
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Authonomy reviews
This is a fascinating take on the Jekyl and Hyde scenario, and one with which a lot of readers will associate, if not empathise, given that we all dream to be...
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Amazon.com reviews
I often hear people complaining that there is an identikit trend in publishing these days. Everything is a re-hash of something else. We have the sparkly vampire...
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