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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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Birds of Paradise Lose
Shelf Awareness reviews
The 13 stories in Andrew Lam's Birds of Paradise Lost soar like birds in mid-flight, bridging the space between the dreamscape of Vietnam and the glass...
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Depth of Deception (A Titanic Murder Mystery)
IndieReader reviews
Galant masterfully weaves together a multi-layered plot that doles out clues to keep the reader hooked and guessing. Each chapter moves from the story of one...
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The Clean Slate Accord by Sofia Diana Gabel
http://teamnerdreviews.blogspot.com/2013/02/book-review-clean-slate-accord-short.html# reviews
Thursday, February 21, 2013   Book Review: The Clean Slate Accord (Short Story) by Sofia Diana Gabel http://teamnerdreviews.blogspot.com/2013/02/book-review...
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Old Man River
Library Journal reviews
Schneider, Paul. Old Man River: The Mississippi River in North American History. Holt. Sept. 2013. 416p. ISBN 9780805091366. $35; ebk. ISBN...
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Renegade Poetics, by Evie Shockley
KCET.org reviews
"Award-winning poet and UCLA English Professor Harryette Mullen is the subject of a compelling chapter; she also provided the inspiration for Shockley's title '...
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KRYMSIN NOCTURNES
Library Journal reviews
In a noir version of the present, a group of immortals known as Olympians engage in an ongoing struggle against a secret cabal of vampires, quasihumans whose...
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KRYMSIN NOCTURNES
Publishers Weekly reviews
Armstead (Darkness Fears) combines elements from Vampire: The Masquerade, hard-boiled detective novels, and techno-thrillers to create a fast-paced, entertaining...
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For One Who Knows How to Own Land
North Carolina Literary Review reviews
Most of the poems in For One Who Knows How to Own Land convey the pain of people learning to endure the circumstances of their life. However, the collection is a...
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Birds of Paradise Lose
Huffington Post reviews
Andrew Lam's Birds of Paradise Lost captures the universal immigrant experience -- where versions of paradise are both lost and gained -- through the...
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The Long River Home: A Novel by Larry Smith
The Sandusky Register reviews
Larry Smith is the author of 12 books, a publisher who has put out more than 100 books, a filmmaker who has worked on documentaries about writers James Wright...
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Eureka Pride reviews
"...It is rare that I am given so much to think about from having read a story. For that I owe Jeffrey Ricker a great deal. Even more than that, this story is...
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Desire:  Women Write About Wanting
Library Journal reviews
This collection of 23 new essays maps a lot of terrain, not simply that of physical desire or lust. The longings here range from joyous to bittersweet, from...
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Amazon.com reviews
Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni made an indelible impression on the literary world with her first novel, The Mistress of Spices, a magical tale of love and herbs....
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Los Angeles Review reviews
It is charged with emotional violence and a depth of loss, unapologetically the framework of a great redemption. Ruth becomes the narrator readers are able to...
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A List of Offences
800cl reviews
Poco y nada sabemos por estos lares de la literatura bengalí. Por eso, la sola llegada de un titulo de tan remotos confines llama la atención. La Lista de...
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February Flowers
The Blurb (Australia) reviews
by Fan Wu
"February Flowers is an impressive debut from Wu. It offers an insight into contemporary Chinese life not often seen in literature of Chinese origin and will...
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Yellowcake
The Washington Post reviews
"...a marvelous blending of crises and blessings and a fair share of wondering and worrying. In the end, Cummins rather bravely leaves all her loose ends...
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BookEnds, The Observer, Jamaica reviews
Title: I Name Me Name: Poetry and Prose by Opal Palmer Adisa. Leeds: Peepal Tree Press, 2008. 222 pages. Reviewed by: Mary Hanna...
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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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