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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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Tatiana Proskouriakoff: Interpreting the Ancient Maya
Choice, of the Association of College and Research Libraries reviews
This intimate biography of a revered scholar in Mayan studies describes the problems and pleasures of archaeological fieldwork, the organization of research, and...
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Tatiana Proskouriakoff: Interpreting the Ancient Maya
Ethnohistory 51:2 (Spring 2004) reviews
In tracing out the course of Proskouriakoff's life and career, this biography does not present us with her finished masterpieces...Instead we see those works in...
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Disguised as Poetry
Grantmakers in the Arts Reader:Ideas and Information on Arts and Culture reviews
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Highway of Heroes
CM Magazine reviews
Put yourself in the mind of a young boy, caught up in the heartbreak of losing his soldier dad, and now facing the formal repatriation ceremony that begins at...
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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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MADAPPLE
Publishers Weekly reviews
Theology is on trial in this extraordinary first novel, which alternates between courtroom transcripts and a first-person account by the heroine, Aslaug,...
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