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Barnes & Noble reviews
Wrought with strikingly sublime humor and a decidedly quirky cast of characters, Headley’s first novel details a week in the life of a young man as he struggles...
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With the Wind, Kevin Dolan by Bryce Milligan
San Antonio Express-News reviews
Bryce Milligan cleverly telescopes time back to pre-revolutionary Texas to recount the adventures of some hardy Irish immigrants in...
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With the Wind, Kevin Dolan by Bryce Milligan
Skyline Magazine reviews
Milligan, who has written three books for children and young adults, including You Are There: Battle of the Alamo, recalls reading...
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With the Wind, Kevin Dolan by Bryce Milligan
Texas Books in Review reviews
Bryce Milligan's With the Wind, Kevin Dolan (is) a stirring yarn of Irish immigrants in Texas just prior to the 1836 Revolution...
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Lost and Certain of It, by Bryce Milligan
WOAI Radio reviews
This week I introduce to you to Bryce Milligan, one of the most active participants in the San Antonio literary community. He is the publisher behind...
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Lost and Certain of It, by Bryce Milligan
San Antonio Express-News reviews
Music is a recurring subject in many of Bryce Milligan's poems in this new collection, which also includes several song lyrics. The emotive quality of...
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The Beheading Game
Pacific Sun reviews
In the medieval epic Gawain and the Green Knight, a monstrous knight, all in green, appears at King Arthur's Camelot. Anyone there may chop off his...
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The Beheading Game
The Washington Blade reviews
How does a straight grandmother end up writing a gay male love story? Not intentionally, in the case of Brenda Webster, a 69-year-old writer from...
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The Beheading Game
Out Magazine reviews
Anyone who has done a stretch of psychotherapy will tell you that life is pretty much a decades-long project of reckoning with our parents. Webster...
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The Beheading Game
Bloomsbury Review reviews
Gawain and the Green Knight is the backdrop for Brenda Webster's new novel, The Beheading Game. . . . The Beheading Game tells the story of Ren, a 40-...
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Quill & Quire reviews
Montreal writer Mark Lavorato delivers an engaging third novel that does a lovely job infusing history into fiction. Set mostly in 1920s Montreal, Serafim and...
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FOOL FOR LOVE
Hearts on Fire Reviews reviews
Heart, by Nathan Burgoine, nearly broke mine. It’s a bittersweet paranormal about one man’s inability to save a life.
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Geographies of Light
Human Architecture: Journal of the Sociology of Self-Knowledge reviews
   Lisa Suhair Majaj’s Del Sol Press Poetry Prize 2010 winning collection of verses (Del Sol Press, Washington, D.C., 2009, pp. 133) presents a...
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The Pact
Book Cover reviews
“Every once in awhile you read a book that takes you beyond the edge of the known and into the timeless realm of the soul. The Pact: Messages from the Other Side...
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Hibernate
Elise Blackwell reviews
“Using clean lines, Eslami cannily depicts the variety of human strangeness and longing. These stories are sage, vital, and addictive. More than that: they will...
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Ramblings of an Elfpire reviews
I really enjoyed this book! The writing style was what made this for me; the way that the author created the atmosphere and suspense was artistic and beautiful,...
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The Pedestal reviews
Even as a Northerner, I will concede that Southern writers, from William Faulkner, to Flannery O’Connor, to Harper Lee, were not only endowed with a charming drawl...
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Mending Horses
Kirkus Reviews reviews
“Fluid writing and a true sense of history—including fascinating insights into early circuses—raise this well above the usual. Barker’s characters are nuanced,...
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Perfume River
All Women's Talk reviews
Written by Andrew Lam, Perfume Dreams provides insight into the impact of the Vietnam War on the Vietnamese. Lam is a famous NPR commentator and journalist, and in...
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Last Train to Paris
The New York Times Sunday Book Section reviews
  YOU MUST REMEMBER THIS  Last Train to Paris by Michele Zackheim Michele Zackheim’s books, like treasure hunts, send their narrators scuttling after...
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