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Published Reviews

Geographies of Light
Banipal: Magazine of Modern Arab Literature reviews
Majaj’s imagery is thick with vegetation, not just the figs we expect in Arab American poetry and the olive trees that are such symbols for Palestinian poetry, but...
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Depth of Deception (A Titanic Murder Mystery)
Game Vortex Magazine reviews
"I have been intentionally vague in this review so as not to spoil any surprises.That being said, it's a fun story with a good mystery..."
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Depth of Deception (A Titanic Murder Mystery)
Straight Talk Book Reviews reviews
  "Depth of Deception will keep you turning the pages, eager to see how the plots play out."   
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Depth of Deception (A Titanic Murder Mystery)
Anakina.blog reviews
  "È una lettura che consiglio agli amanti delle storie ricche di mistero, che però non disdegnino lasciarsi andare ogni tanto alla semplice accettazione dell...
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Depth of Deception (A Titanic Murder Mystery)
Sun Sentinel (Florida) reviews
  "Alexander Galant has created a thrilling murder mystery: One with countless cliffhangers and suspense, but no foreshadowing that could hint to what will...
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Depth of Deception (A Titanic Murder Mystery)
A Book Lover's Library reviews
       "This is one of the books you have to read for 2012. I more than enjoyed it. I  couldn’t stop reading it and completed it in one...
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Sacramento Press reviews
"...this is one of the best books I’ve read in a very long time, memoir or otherwise."
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Savage Hunger
Wickedly Delicious Book Reviews reviews
  I can not believe I have never read a Terry Spear novel before. Wow, her writing voice is beautiful and is a wonderful storyteller. The characters jump...
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Grind
The Reno News and Review reviews
I really liked this collection, and I’ve got to add it to my “local must reads” list. I don’t want to make too much of it, but I’ve really noticed an uptick in...
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VOYA Magazine reviews
A compelling mystery and crime drama unfolds as Tory Lake tries to build a new life for herself as Paulette Chambers. Tory, a Vermont therapist, is desperate to...
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Rock & Roll Never Forgets
Green Man Review/Sleeping Hedgehog reviews
I have been hooked on Deb Grabien’s novels since I had the great good fortune to read the first of her Haunted Ballads series. What pulled me in right...
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The Satanic Versus
The New York Times reviews
Talent? Not in question. Big talent. Ambition? Boundless ambition. Salman Rushdie is a storyteller of prodigious powers, able to conjure up whole geographies,...
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The Singers of nevya
Publisher's Weekly reviews
"A rich story of cultural revolution. The singers of the ice planet Nevya use their musical psi-powers to hold back the deadly cold. In Sing the Light, young...
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Mozart's Blood
American Library Association reviews
Booklist Advanced Review Marley, a musician and writer, has produced a stunning drama inspired by the life of Teresa Saporiti, the first Donna Anna. Teresa, an...
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Some Secrets Should Stay Buried
BookPage reviews
Taylor Jackson and Whitney Connolly are two sides of the same coin. While both are beautiful blondes from the wealthy Nashville neighborhood of Belle Meade, the...
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http://www.lesbilicious.co.uk/books-art/review-my-miserable-lonely-lesbian-pregnancy-by-andrea-askow reviews
Andrea is a 35-year-old pregnant, neurotic single lesbian. She wets herself when she sneezes, she pukes at the roadside and pretends that she’s praying, and she...
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The True Sources of the Nile
The New York Times reviews
Sarah Stone's fine first novel is about a love affair between Anne Copeland, a 37-year-old Californian doing human rights work in central Africa, and Jean-Pierre...
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http://www.midwestbookreview.com/mbw/mar_12.htm reviews
 The Midwest Book Review Heroism is never what it’s cracked up to be. “Diving for Carlos; Or, Heroes’ Welcome Blues” follows Vietnam veteran Hector Cruz as he...
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the new black, by Evie Shockley
The Constant Critic reviews
Plenty of contemporary poets might agree, in principle, that the whole point of a past is to use it, and that the whole point of one’s culture is to live it, but...
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The Odyssey of a Manchurian
Library Journal reviews
Yang recounts the trek her father made down the length of China to escape civil war and hunger as Mao Zedong Communist battled Chiang Kai-shek's Nationalist for...
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