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Published Reviews

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The Fix Online reviews
"The mix of modern-day San Francisco with the obscure mythology of witchcraft and vampirism, along with the earthy portrayal of the physical relationship, makes...
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Energy Bulletin reviews
The brilliance of Greer is that he takes the trouble to explain these social mindsets from the beginning so by the end of it you are like "yeah how obvious...
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Publisher's Weekly reviews
[starred review] Zeltserman’s breakthrough third crime novel deserves comparison with the best of James Ellroy. Joe Denton, a corrupt cop, has just been paroled...
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Bitten by Books reviews
Haunted Hearths & Sapphic Shades Edited by Catherine Lundoff Review by Alecia Categories: Adult Content, Anthologies, Book Reviews, GLBT, Ghosts, e-books...
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Rock & Roll Never Forgets
The BookLady Reviews reviews
San Francisco writer Deb Grabien has done it again! Her new mystery series has just about everything for a great summer read, and certainly enough to whet our...
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Romance Reader at Heart reviews
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RRAH's THOUGHTS AND PONDERINGS: Top Pick J.T. Ellison rocks! Ms. Ellison's second Taylor Jackson mystery, 14, is right on par with her spectacular debut, ALL THE...
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The Price
Rue Morgue Magazine reviews
THE PRICE is a fast-paced thriller in which Sokoloff executes her plot with razor-sharp timing and skill. Will’s sense of disorientation in the early scenes at the...
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Months and Seasons & Other Stories
Pop Culture Junkie reviews
Months and Seasons is a collection of short stories. In it we meet a variety of people in different stages of life, dealing with different conflicts and life-...
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EASY INNOCENCE
January Magazine reviews
...Hellmann builds a complex web of deceit and treachery. It’s not uncommon for writers, particularly crime writers, to paint an almost Stepford Wives picture of...
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Library Journal reviews
The award-winning author of the Ellie Foreman series (An Image of Death) here introduces Chicago cop-turned-PI Georgia Davis. A female high school student is found...
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www.seafoodnews.com reviews
  "What makes this book such compelling reading? It is that Michele exposes to us all what that sense of risk on the sea is all about. All of us think...
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Brevity reviews
Huber had rediscovered her grandfather, a specter she’d only known in family stories and second-hand accounts. She’d cemented facts when she could cement them, and...
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Rocky Mountain News reviews
"Orion has every good travel writer's ability to make readers feel they are there, to capture the telling details of places, and to present the account in a witty...
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Rebel: The Life and Times of John Singleton Mosby
The Atlanta Journal reviews
This crisply written, well researched biography provides an entertaining rundown on the exploits of a bonafide Confederate hero, John Mosby.
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The Elegant Variation reviews
Zak Smith is an artist who has illustrated a scene from every page of Gravity’s Rainbow. No one asked Zak to do this but he did it anyway, which says a great deal...
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Southern Review reviews
"Brave and exciting work."
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The Entire Predicament
EnfuseMagazine.com reviews
"Corin’s prose is playful but sharp; she invites readers to get comfortable, then yanks the rug up from under us....Collectively, these narrators’ musings on the...
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Literary Magic reviews
Christopher Meeks is a brilliant short story writer, and I knew I wanted to read this novel the minute I read the title. I read this luring title on Kindle, so...
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Amazon Reviews reviews
5 out of 5 stars This memoir is really two stories braided together. First, the writing. Many blogketeers today have a disregard for proper English. I approached...
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Publishers Weekly reviews
Publishers Weekly November 19, 2007 A Richer Dust Amy Boaz. Permanent, $26 (213p) ISBN 978-1-57962-159-9 In her beguiling debut, Boaz ambitiously plays...
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