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In For The Kill
Amazon reviews
I bought this book solely because of where it was set, and was a little dubious as its not the genre i usually read. I picked it up at 10.30pm, thinking that I...
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In For The Kill
Book Tribes reviews
This is an incredible story, only work got in the way of finishing it in one go. Once you start to read this you will not be able to put it down. Pauline Rowson's...
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In For The Kill
Hampshire Life Magazine reviews
I was hooked from the first page. Pauline Rowson's thrillers are a contemporary take on the calssic page-turner. She weaves terrific plots around memorable...
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Ex Libris reviews
"Marchetta's writing is great. I felt as if I were in 1917 where the book was set."
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Hey, Lady! Whatcha Readin'? reviews
"Issues of adequacy, love, fidelity, suicide, artists, would all worm their way into any discussion . . . I definitely recommend this book."
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The Bluestocking Society reviews
"Each chapter is narrated by a different character, who more or less picks up the narrative where the last character left off. In some hands, such a device might...
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Blood Passion: The Ludlow Massacre and Class War in the American West
Rocky Mountain News reviews
When the Democratic National Committee announced that Denver had been selected to host the 2008 Democratic convention, it appeared for a while that those plans...
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Blood Passion: The Ludlow Massacre and Class War in the American West
Los Angeles Times Book Review reviews
IT’S never been certain who started shooting first in the southern Colorado mining town of Ludlow on April 20, 1914, but by the next morning 20 people were dead,...
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Blood Passion: The Ludlow Massacre and Class War in the American West
San Francisco Chronicle reviews
If Martelle's book, "Blood Passion," refuses to give a free pass to the Ludlow strikers, it is by no means a shill for management. The company hired hundreds of...
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Reuters News Agency reviews
Repair Your Life: A Program for Recovery from Incest & Childhood Sexual Abuse POSTED: Tuesday, May 06, 2008 FROM BLOG: Reader Views - Book reviews, for readers...
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BLOOD STRANGERS: a memoir
Examiner.com reviews
In her memoir, Blood Strangers, Katherine A. Briccetti takes on the complex, politically-charged and personally confusing question of what constitutes a family and...
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San Francisco Book Review reviews
The confusion, ignorance, clarity, and struggles Williams encounters along the way are riveting reading with Williams’ deft descriptions and child-like honesty....
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Voice from the Planet
The Midwest Review reviews
Midwest Book Review Fiction Shelf Voice from the Planet (Paperback) Charles Degelman, editor Harvard Square Editions 5.0 out of 5 stars A solid volume, not to be...
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Wichita Eagle reviews
Enright ably documents the Johnsons' travels as well as the immense amount of planning and preparation — and promotion — needed to make them happen. She balances...
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Cindy's Love of Books reviews
SPOILER ALERT! All I have to say is wow! I was pleasantly surprised by the book and how much I really enjoyed it. Its fast paced and it literally sucks you in...
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MADAPPLE
Library Journal reviews
In Bethan, ME, 1987, Maren is pregnant; she claims that she is still a virgin. The story of her daughter, Aslaug, follows. She is raised by her severe mother in...
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BookLoons reviews
How do you say wondrous in Latin? I wish I knew so I could pay the proper homage to Kelli Stanley's first in what I hope will be a long series. From the partridge...
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Historical Novels Review reviews
Arcturus is a unique protagonist; a private eye in a toga, wisecracking monologues to boot. This era, with its smells, sounds and the language, comes alive in the...
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The Entire Predicament
the Portland Mercury reviews
"If prudence allowed, I would populate this review with nothing but passages from Lucy Corin's mesmerizing collection of stories, The Entire Predicament. My notes...
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Book Chase reviews
Those who read last year’s Christopher Meeks short story collection Months and Seasons will likely remember Edward, a boy trying to cope with the sudden death of...
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