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The End of the Point
Publishers Weekly reviews
“Graver’s gifts—her control of time, her ability to evoke place and define character—are immense.”  Publishers Weekly
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Expat Info Desk reviews
"a perfect read, engaging and well-thought out":  ExpatInfoDesk.com's book review of my anthology Tales from the Expat Harem "If you’re considering...
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Donald
Indy Week reviews
Nice review of Little Green Pig's production of Donald as a play: "At the center of the minimal but striking set (which was designed by the protean O'Berski), Alex...
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Season of the Wolf
The Arched Doorway reviews
Season of the Wolf is a very gory story, at times excessively so. It seemed to me that it rarely went more than a few pages without someone being...
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Season of the Wolf
Horror World.org reviews
This might be the most ambitious novel Jeff Mariotte has ever written.  Aside from a large cast of characters, Jeff has managed to work in the politically...
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"Iron"
Al-Khemia Poetica reviews
"Zabrisky has hit the ground running with a strong literary debut that furthers the great tradition of Russian literature into the 21st century." “These are...
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Wayworn Wooden Floors
Prairie Fire Review of Books reviews
It’s hard not to notice and be moved by the dedication of this book to the memory of Alden Nowlan, and I find it comforting that a relatively young man like Mark...
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The Proxy Assassin"
ForeWord Magazine reviews
The Proxy Assassin Book Three of the American Spy Trilogy ForeWord Review “Dumb cowards live longer than smart heroes,” quips reluctant spy Hal Schroeder as his...
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The Manhattan Review reviews
  New & Selected Poems, 1957-present. Red Hen Press, 202 pp. $24.95 (paperback) This humorous, thoughtful, and delightful poet expresses a childlike but...
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"Iron"
http://georgedanderson.blogspot.com.au/ reviews
"The writing is clear & highly sensuous & which immediately sweep the reader into her quirky, dark world. The stories are raw but with an extraordinary...
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The Sandcastle Girls
Library Journal reviews
"Bohjalian powerfully narrates an intricately nuanced romance with a complicated historical event at the forefront. With the centennial of the Armenian genocide...
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Scarecrow Gods
Publishers Weekly reviews
"God speaks through odd prophets in this schizophrenic tale, which won Ochse a 2005 first novel Stoker Award. Hideously disfigured Maxom Phinxs, known as the “...
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Rooted in Danger
Publishers Weekly reviews
The suspense is an ever-present force, with danger enhancing the sensual and very real romance between a most unlikely couple.
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I'll Sleep When I'm Dead: The Dirty Life and Times of Warren Zevon
New York Times reviews
I'LL SLEEP WHEN I'M DEAD: THE DIRTY LIFE AND TIMES OF WARREN ZEVON by Crystal Zevon. The Los Angeles '70s rock scene, quite literally in a nutshell: an oral...
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NPR reviews
The BEST book I've read
 this year is David Henry Sterry's Master of Ceremonies. Sterry was the Master
 of Ceremonies of Chippendale's (the male strip club) in the...
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Booklist reviews
In the space of a few weeks, Emily Haxby breaks up with her longtime boyfriend, leaves her job at a corporate law firm, and learns that her beloved grandfather...
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The Guardian reviews
This is a gripping, well-paced tale, compassionate without being mawkish.
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YABooksCentral reviews
Humberto Hamster loves to read everything! Problem is his only friends are the books he loves. That all changes one night after a storm destroys the animals homes...
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Good News, etc. reviews
The Samson Option was not hard to put down; it was almost impossible to put down. This story quickly takes the reader through more twists and turns than a thrill...
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Christmas When Music Almost Killed the World by Aberjhani
Amazon Reviews reviews
From the strong, eye-catching cover showing two black angels, male and female, designed by Luther Vann, to the last page of "Christmas When Music Almost Killed...
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