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In the Shadow of the Glacier, by Vicki Delany
Publishers Weekly reviews
Publishers Weekly: Delany's intriguing series opener introduces young constable Molly Smith, who almost literally stumbles across a rare murder victim in peaceful...
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In the Shadow of the Glacier, by Vicki Delany
Kirkus Reviews reviews
In the Shadow of the Glacier Kirkus Reviews: A plan to build both a memorial park for Vietnam draft dodgers and a fancy new resort tears a small Canadian town...
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Jew Boy
Front Page San Francisco Chronicle Book Review reviews
Alan Kaufman is a survivor. It took him nearly half a century to realize it. As a kid, he believed ``there was no difference between a victim and a survivor,'' he...
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Peace Corps Writers reviews
"...As with any memorable story about an "other" place, [Urbani] extends a generosity of attention that allows readers to create their own sense of...
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Seattle Weekly reviews
"...[Urbani's] account is a testament to the tenacity of the human spirit - her own and that of the unbreakable Guatemalans. Potential Peace Corps do-gooders...
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The Anatomist
Nature: The Int'l Weekly Journal of Science reviews
 [In addition to telling the stories of Henry Gray and H.V. Carter,] The Anatomist also concerns the progress of a third anatomist: Hayes himself. Early on in his...
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Rain Taxi Review of Books reviews
As the book-length debut by a veteran of the Chicano spoken-word collective Taco Shop Poets, Mahcic reflects the TSP's playful yet socially conscious sensibility,...
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Curve Magazine reviews
"The founder and editor of SoMa Literary Review, Kemble Scott channeled his fascination with San Francisco's South of Market district — an industrial dead...
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New Creative Community: The Art of Cultural Development
Culturelink reviews
Arlene Goldbard is one of those writers who not only writes about culture -- she lives culture. She manages both to persuade us about her research but also...
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The Stolen Child
The Washington Post reviews
"Utterly absorbing...The Stolen Child is an impressive double act, a fine example of what the French call the fantastique -- an intrusion into realism, a leak...
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Roadwork
Oakland Press reviews
Filled with anecdotes, insights and frank opinions, Roadwork is a breezy and warm insider's view of the music world told by someone who loved the life and the...
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Entertainment Weekly reviews
Every time I think I'm tired of memoirs 
and don't want to read another, along comes a devastatingly smart, funny one like Veronica Chater's Waiting for the...
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Big or Little?
Canadian Book Review Annual reviews
The award-winning team of Kathy Stinson and Robin Baird Lewis have created another appealing pre-schooler. We are introduced first to his bare toes, and then to...
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Valley of the Lost by Vicki Delany
Quill and Quire reviews
Delany has a lot of plot and atmospheric elements to balance, but she does so with relative ease. The focus doesn’t waver from the main investigation, and the...
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McGowan's Call
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"McGowan's Call" is a thoughtful and thought provoking read, highly recommended.
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People reviews
MEMOIR “Special needs parents are fools, every one of us,” writes Rummel-Hudson. “We tilt at windmills and charge into battle with the monster, rubber swords...
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Publishers Weekly reviews
“A fascinating follow-up to the 2006 Art in the Blood dialogue with leading crime writers, this collection by journalist and fiction writer McDonald (Head Games)...
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HARDBOILED WONDERLAND reviews
"We feel we’re hanging out backstage with the bands while they compare notes on clubs, groupies and record companies. His return subjects, James Ellroy, Ken Bruen...
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Kirkus reviews
With its focus on overcoming adversity and creating positive situations, the narrative could devolve into a blathering self-help book, but Kohler and co-author...
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The Commander's Desire
Medieval Book Reviews reviews
Jennette Green's THE COMMANDER'S DESIRE is a quick paced romance read…. [It] focuses on emotion, dynamic encounters and internal transformation more than minute...
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