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Published Reviews

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New York Times Book Review reviews
...Soehnlein makes the familiar strange.
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You Can Say You Knew Me When
San Francisco Chronicle reviews
In "You Can Say You Knew Me When," K.M. Soehnlein's engaging new novel, Jamie Garner returns from his father's funeral to his childhood home in...
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CMIS Evaluation (WA Education Department) reviews
The satire is great, the plot oddities continue to fascinate and readers are fairly sure that the 'heroes' will somehow get out of every mess they get into.
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CMIS Evaluation (WA Education Department) reviews
The rich variety of characters and the very clever humour is attention-holding from beginning to end. Science fiction fans will continue to be devoted followers.
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CMIS Evaluation (WA Education Department) reviews
In the best/worst tradition of anti-hero stories like Red Dwarf, The Brittas Empire and Some Mothers Do Have ‘Em, this may at first engender fascinated annoyance....
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jennafern.blogspot.com reviews
I started reading and before I knew it, a few hours later, I was almost done with the book! Yes, I’m a fast reader…but I was hooked from the start.
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Hannah Is My Name
New York Times reviews
Told with great style and touching detail  
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Tatiana Proskouriakoff: Interpreting the Ancient Maya
Archaeology reviews
"No scholar is more beloved by Mayanists than Tatiana Proskouriakoff, the Russian-born archaeologist and artist whose reconstriction drawings of sites such as...
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Head Games
San Francisco Chronicle reviews
Craig McDonald, a genuine expert on the history of crime fiction (with a wonderful book of author interviews, "Art in the Blood," to prove it), gives...
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Lancashire Evening Post reviews
Mercurial, ruthless, brilliant, Alexander the Great united Greece and stormed on to crush the mighty Persian Empire. Those who opposed him were effete barbarians...
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Long and Short Romance Reviews reviews
Heart of the Highland Wolf embraces the best of what romance has to offer with characters that jump off the pages and into a reader’s heart. The writing is crisp,...
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The Flag Keeper
Good Family Reads reviews
A very easy to read format, a few long words that are very well explained will not only entertain but teach kids of all ages. I was very happy that the Flag Facts...
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Kirkus Reviews reviews
"Anya's Shanghai is richly chaotic, polyglot and packed with refugees. Russian, Yiddish, Hebrew, Mandarin Chinese and Italian pepper the dialogue. Meanwhile,...
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Amazon.com reviews
When I started to read this book I was expecting, from the blurb, something of a cross between E Nesbit and Enid Blyton - which, I hasten to add, was to me a...
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Drey's Library reviews
"[S]pare and to the point ... a startlingly frank story ... this will touch you."
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The Corpse Reader
The Paramus Post reviews
Inspired by a true story, a young orphan rises to become the world’s first forensic scientist during the thirteenth-century Song Dynasty. In ancient China only a...
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KUT Radio - Austin, Texas reviews
i get lots of books submitted for review, most get passed on. this one stood out. based on a little known event in the life of henry david thoreau. thoreau...
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Dancing With Fate
Long And Short Reviews reviews
“Dancing With Fate” is a simple love story, made very intriguing with magical characters. Hywela Lyn wrote a beautiful and touching story of undying love and...
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The Entire Predicament
E!Online reviews
Lucy Corin's The Entire Predicament. These stories take about 10 seconds each to get their hooks in you for life. Do those hooks hurt? Of course they do, in all...
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Saving Angelfish
Publishers Weekly reviews
Matheson's promising debut, a gritty novel from Tin House Books' New Voice Series, tells the bleak story of a wayward L.A. junkie named Max. Virtually disowned by...
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