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Amazon reviews
Brian Kavanagh has done it again. Another great mystery "A WICKED DESIGN" starring Belinda Lawrence and Hazel Whitby. After learning of the death of a very dear...
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This is How You Die
Beguiling Books and Art reviews
But one of my favourite stories is Ryan North’s “Cancer”, which imagines a way the machine could help treat cancer. But more importantly, it’s a very affecting,...
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Revenant Road
Chaotic Compendiums reviews
Revenant Road is very entertaining.  It's funny, gross, macabre, imaginative, brutal, silly, and all those other adjectives that describe a good read.  ...
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Bounce Forward
IndieReader.com reviews
IndieReader Approved - 4 out of 5 stars Bounce Forward is a well-rounded, empowering and unpretentious guide to success in life by accepting "weaknesses",...
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Lavender Menace
Out in Print reviews
The telepath in ‘Nathan Burgoine’s brilliant “Lesser Evil,” tips his way into a love affair with Aleph, implanting a suggestion that Aleph loves him. Burgoine’s...
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Amazon reviews
I absolutely loved reading this sequel to Webs of Power, but one doesn't have to read or even remember the details of the characters of the first book to...
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Amazon reviews
Well, well, Darlene, you wrote a wallop of a book. Its physical size matches the scope of the problem you set up. It's a great concept--kidnapping of an identical...
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Amazon reviews
Twisted Webs grabs, and keeps, your attention from the very first line of the prologue to the very last line of the book. It is truly gripping and I was always...
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Amazon reviews
Webs of Power is a work of fiction; however, if you happen to fill a high-level position in some corporate hierarchy, you may think you're reading a story about...
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Amazon reviews
After reading Darlene Quinn's last book, Sizzling Cold Case and enjoying it immensely, I was looking forward to her next book. I didn't have long to wait when Webs...
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The Golden Dice
Phillipa Fioretti reviews
  The Golden Dice by Elisabeth Storrs – a review Having nursed a passion for the ancient Classical world since childhood I’m always up for a good novel set...
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Art in America Magazine reviews
In addition to the book's visual splendor, its text is refreshingly intelligent, informed and witty: "In modernist art, abstraction, at first controversial to the...
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LEMUR by Tom Bradley
The Advocate reviews
Lemur by Tom Bradley Publisher: Raw Dog Screaming Press (April 1, 2008) ISBN-10: 1933293543 ISBN-13: 978-1933293547 Tom Bradley's Lemur and the Maturation of...
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Kindle and Nook available now; print available September 17
Midwest Book Review - Small Press Bookwatch reviews
Thermodynamics are nothing; it's that love thing that is so frustratingly hard to figure out. Love at Absolute Zero is a novel following Gunnar Gunderson, a...
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To Serve a King
Medieval Bookworm reviews
“…Not only delivered that wonderful atmosphere, but an engaging story with a few twists, lively and sparkling characters, and very solid writing. ..highly...
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Amazon.com reviews
In the opening scene, architect Keith McGuire wakes up to find himself swinging upside down outside the plate glass window that wraps around the lawyer's office...
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Fission Among the Fanatics, by Tom Bradley
nthposition Magazine reviews
Fission Among the Fanatics by John-Ivan Palmer From his expat lair in Kitakyushu, Japan, banished satirist and college professor Tom Bradley strikes again. His...
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goodreads.com reviews
I just finished 'Time Will Tell' and I thoroughly enjoyed it. This is a touching memoir of Parent / Child, Family and Friendship / Relationships. It is a chronicle...
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TOROS & TORSOS
MYSTERY SCENE MAGAZINE reviews
“McDonald's sophomore effort is a lot of fun, as the author effortlessly and credibly incorporates his characters and storyline into such real life happenings as...
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Channel 2, France reviews
“The book of the summer…If you read only one book, read The Year of Fog.”
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