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Nocturne Romance Reads reviews
Marley’s novel could easily be classified as a mystery; however such a limited perspective would minimize the intensity of the emotional elements. This is a...
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http://www.shewrites.com/profiles/blogs/gimme-jimmy-gmta-review reviews
Delightful, adorable and hilarious. When little Jimmy Alexander is warned by his father that his unwillingness to share and his inability to politely ask for...
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http://donalisahelsley.blogspot.com/2012/05/from-my-bookshelf-to-yours-gimme-jimmy.html reviews
Sherrill does it again! She has written another great book that will teach children morals in an enjoyable, non preachy way. Gimme-Jimmy is beautifully rhymed...
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http://www.midwestbookreview.com/ reviews
"Gimme-Jimmy" is a colorfully illustrated rhyming book about a greedy bully boy who never said "please" or "thank you" and consequently had no friends. Jimmy's...
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San Francisco Chronicle reviews
"Much of 'Dying Words,' a new novel by former Chronicle City Editor Ken Conner (whose nom de plume is K. Patrick Conner), is set in the Chronicle newsroom. I...
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SciFi Magazine reviews
. . . a slipstream offering that might stymie readers intent on easy categorization. . .a good thing, too, because the result is worth reading.  Marley does...
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Genre Go Round Reviews reviews
This is a terrific suspense that blends a touch of the Fey with the life of Puccini inside of a taut contemporary thriller. Fast-paced, fans will appreciate the...
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Romantic Times reviews
Marley’s latest is a poetic blend of historical fiction and suspense.  Readers are kept waiting anxiously in the dark for details behind Tory’s escape,...
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Historic Windsor Library VT. and www.restoremedia.com reviews
He explains calculations effectively and includes detailed glossaries throughout the book. It is a practical manual for carpenters and other trade professionals to...
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Jolt: a rural noir by Roberta M Roy
http://www.midwestbookreview.com/sbw/nov_11.htm#Mystery/Suspense reviews
Survival and the desire to help are clashes that are hard to understand. "Jolt" is a delve into a fictional future where nuclear meltdowns happen and a town is...
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US-China Review, Spring 2012, Vol. XXXVI, No. 2, 20-21 reviews
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The Wonderful Demise of Benjamin Arnold Guppy
Allbooks Review reviews
Do you like your neighbours? Are they good, wholesome people who like to get on with you? If they are, then you are lucky. Your neighbours could be Ben and Pat...
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Military.com reviews
The journalist who ended Gen. Stanley McChrystal’s tenure as commander of the Afghanistan war is back with "The Operators," a book about Washington, D.C., power...
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A Movie in My Pillow/ Una Pelicula en mi Almohada
labloga.blogspot.com reviews
A Movie in My Pillow/ Una película en mi almohada is a collection of 21 poems written by Salvadoran author Jorge Argueta. In these poems Jorge Argueta evokes the...
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http://www.redroom.com/author/rosy-cole reviews
There are a myriad questions one would wish to ask the author of THE MARRIAGE OF TRUE MINDS, but the overarching one is: Were you aware you were retelling the...
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The Globe & Mail reviews
Hayter-Menzies blends this material nicely, writing with both authority and a light touch, giving an up-close-and-personal portrait not just of Burke, but also her...
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SciFi Magazine reviews
. . . a slipstream offering that might stymie readers intent on easy categorization. . .a good thing, too, because the result is worth reading.  Marley does...
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I'll Sleep When I'm Dead: The Dirty Life and Times of Warren Zevon
Entertainment Weekly reviews
"I'll Sleep When I'm Dead turns out to be one of the most casually insightful rock bios ever."
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Gothic Beauty magazine reviews
Morbid Curiosity Cures the Blues is a good read for those looking for salacious and dark material, and for people who tend to think in terms of "What if...?"...
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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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