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Published Reviews

Shadows and Ghosts
Amazon.com reviews
SHADOWS AND GHOSTS masterfully shifts between the present tense and distant recollection, the earthly and the ethereal, and drama and humor. I often found myself...
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Mrs. K and Captain J reviews
Everyone likes the book they can't put down, right? Either it's frustrating yet compelling or interesting and exciting and you just can't seem to get anything...
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Frugal Fabulous Finds reviews
As Henry Mosquera’s first book, I believe he has started out his writing career with a great read. This incredible story of a super intelligent former military...
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Booklist reviews
Hockey fans will be attracted by the cover and held by the game descriptions, and those who like realistic fiction will appreciate the complexity of the boys’...
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Fresh Fiction reviews
A spooky and fast moving plot that keeps you on the edge of your seat until the shocking end…Stacy Juba is a quite a versatile writer and each of her books carry...
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Coffee Time Romance and More reviews
“If you need help getting through a murderous workout (pun intended) this book is a wonderful, clever and entertaining distraction. The identity of the stalker...
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See, Shop, Love! reviews
 I found it to be action-packed, fast-paced throughout most of the story, and really interesting.
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Black Dahlia Avenger
New York Times reviews
... "George Hodel, I think, is fit company for some of noir's most civilized villains--like Waldo Lydecker in "Laura", Harry Lime in "The Third Man" or ven Noah...
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Above Haldis Notch
JB Stillwater Reviews reviews
Above Haldis Notch by Keith Pyeatt If you love science fiction thrillers, and who doesn't, you are going to love Keith Pyeatt's "Above Haldis Notch." Set in a...
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Books of the Times reviews
The Palm Latitudes of Kate Braverman's passionate new novel are those hot, steamy places to the south where the sun is insolent and cactuses and banyan trees and...
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The Sandcastle Girls
The Armenian Weekly reviews
"The scope of The Sandcastle Girls is almost epic. . .While there are the rich personal stories that his readers connect to, what he has achieved is much...
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Clover Doves
Raymond Mathiesen Book Reviews reviews
Filigenzi writes well and the plot moves its readers along, never boring them or dwelling too much on any particular point. There are a number of plot twists to...
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Curve Magazine reviews
"The founder and editor of SoMa Literary Review, Kemble Scott channeled his fascination with San Francisco's South of Market district — an industrial dead...
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Booklist reviews
Richmond gracefully explores the nature of memory and perception in key passages that never slow the suspense of the search…a page-turner with a philosophical bent...
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Philip G. Zimbardo reviews
“There is a curious similarity between Michael Anthony's "Mass Casualties" diary of daily survival as a young medic in the Iraq war with one of my favorite books,...
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Catalina Kiss
http://www.amazon.com reviews
The Romance genre in literature is not one I am naturally attracted to as a reader. My heart is not a stony place, but I frequently feel that stereotypes and...
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HTMLGiant reviews
Keith Gessen’s list of top short fiction from 2009, including Dreams Where I Can Fly, by Eric Barnes, a story that is, in part, the opening to Barnes’ novel...
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500 Words of Wisdom reviews
We are all looking for ways to improve our health and explanations as to why there are so many illnesses and diseases these days. In my quest to find answers and...
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