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Publisher's Weekly (starred review) reviews
Sibling rivalry turns sinister in Rowland’s outstanding debut, which follows a Montana ranching clan as it struggles to survive the Depression, two world wars, and...
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New York Times Review of Books reviews
Russell Rowland is at his best when writing about what people talk about when they talk about nothing - as well as what they don’t talk about when they talk about...
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New Creative Community: The Art of Cultural Development
Teaching Artist Journal, 2007 Volume 5, Number 3 reviews
Teaching artists and community development artists: how similar the two fields are, and how little interaction they have. Perhaps it is time for a change, for a...
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THE GUILTY
Library Journal reviews
New York newspaper reporter Henry Parker returns in Pinter's exciting follow-up to The Mark. Living with his girlfriend and trying to bury memories of the...
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The Roots of California Photography: The Monterey Legacy
Monterey County Herald reviews
The film's "...photographers would go on to profoundly influence not just photography, but also art, offering new ways of seeing everyday objects and scenes...(...
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Biting the Apple
Booklist reviews
"Eve Glass has turned her failed stint as an Olympic runner into pure marketing gold as a motivational speaker and the author of a self-help book. Her beauty...
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Biting the Apple
Book Marks reviews
"Bledsoe's sleek fourth novel, packed with complex female characters...is an intelligent, introspective, and smartly sarcastic story about the shackles of the...
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Biting the Apple
Publishers Weekly (starred review) reviews
"One woman's authentic search to discover what matters."
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Vita's Will
San Francisco Chronicle reviews
“Besides a skillfully written, compelling narrative, what elevates VITA’S WILL above the ego-tripping triteness often found in self-published memoirs is Gisonni’s...
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Vita's Will
ForeWord Magazine reviews
“Print on Demand has received so much muddy press lately, the radical approach to this subject is the rake the muck until something shiny oozes up. That something...
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Eating Steve
The Daily Cross Hatch reviews
"Surprisingly warmhearted"
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The Oxford Times reviews
HELEN PEACOCKE talks to Eliza Graham, whose latest novel is a love story of two refugees struggling to survive in the chaos of post-war Germany When Eliza Graham’...
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Faithfulreader.com reviews
"Readers will appreciate Tina Ann Forkner’s finely tuned ability to bring to life both her characters' strong realistic emotions and the physical beauty that...
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Heart of the Wolf
The Romance Studio reviews
The characters were so well developed and the writing so superior that it felt real to me, my reactions were as if I was a part of the story. If that’s not a sign...
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The Vampire...In My Dreams
Fallen Angel Reviews reviews
Terry Lee Wilde has written a terrific young adult story. Once I started The Vampire…In My Dreams, I could not stop until I got to the last page. Dominic is...
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Valley of the Lost by Vicki Delany
Publishers Weekly reviews
Delany explores the social dynamics of a small mountain community as well as deftly handling the plot's twists and turns as it builds to a pulse-pounding...
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Blood of the Muse Literary Review reviews
"It’s like nothing you’ve ever read before, probably like nothing you’ve even imagined before, singular and refreshingly unique. And completely unforgettable."
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VOYA reviews
Kohler's younger self is appealing, and his reconstructed dialogue sounds genuine. The author does not hold back in his description of the casual violence he...
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Booklist reviews
Summoned home after a 10-year absence by a neighbor's shocking phone call, Cat enters the farmhouse where she wasn't so much raised as pummeled into submission . A...
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Curious Readers reviews
I enjoyed the werewolf lore that Spear has created for her books. I know that this is not the only one, although I haven't read the others. Her werewolves live in...
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