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Leaving the World Book Cover
The Telegraph reviews
Whatever else one may think of Douglas Kennedy as a novelist, there is no denying that he is generous to the point of profligacy with his plotting. His latest...
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The Independent reviews
Douglas Kennedy's tenth novel, The Moment, finds the bestselling author flexing his muscles and playing to all his strengths. Kennedy, like William Boyd and Paul...
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The Washington Post reviews
Already a bestseller in England and France, Douglas Kennedy's "A Special Relationship" begins with a promising romance and ends in a seesaw courtroom...
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Stone for my Father
Litnet.co.za reviews
"[Kent] has added a valuable contribution to the canon of South African writing. This novel should be available in every school library, if not prescribed as a set...
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Publishers Weekly reviews
Deft humor, hints of romance, and well-constructed suspense leaven the occasional sturdy earnestness, while the rejection of toned hotties as the embodiment of...
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Rebel: The Life and Times of John Singleton Mosby
Washington Post Book World reviews
  In Rebel, Kevin H. Siepel has written the fullest biography of the celebrated Confederate partisan leader John S. Mosby that we are likely to get. The...
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Rebel: The Life and Times of John Singleton Mosby
The Wall Street Journal reviews
  To see a pure example of audacity and enterprise turn to Rebel: The Life and Times of John Singleton Mosby by Kevin H. Siepel. It is a dramatic account...
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Rebel: The Life and Times of John Singleton Mosby
Fredericksburg (VA) Free-Lance Star reviews
This is a fine book about the Confederate hero who ran the Yankees ragged in Northern Virtginia--and many of his friends the same way in the years following...
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Rebel: The Life and Times of John Singleton Mosby
Southbridge (MA) News reviews
Civil War buffs abound and this book is a must for them. It will also be found interesting to people who are interested in character studies and to quite another...
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Buffalo Soldier: Trial by Fire
Provided by Email reviews
Reading this book is like being face to face with (a) Buffalo Soldier. Many stories have been told, songs sung about Buffalo Soldiers, but this time it is...
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The Deseret News reviews
Patricia V. Davis, author of “The Diva Doctrine: 16 Universal Principles Every Woman Needs to Know,” has some advice for women on becoming a true diva. This is not...
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Kindle and Nook available now; print available September 17
This Miss Loves to Read reviews
Love at Absolute Zero is a gem of a book, and as I rarely begin a review with such a direct declaration, you can be sure that I truly enjoyed reading this story,...
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With Krishna's Eyes
Vignettes of Indian English Literature reviews
Sunny Singh’s new English-language novel, With Krishna’s Eyes, is a disturbing and eloquent exploration of the dark side of “Shining India”, in which the modern...
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Sails and Sorcery
Grasping For the Wind: book reviews, fantasy, and life's little jottings reviews
A few other notable authors who I had not heard of before, but whose stories I enjoyed Renee Stern (Hostage), Chris Stout (a chilling tale called The Medusa),...
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By the Way
TIME OF SINGING reviews
"David Radavich has given us a thought-provoking and intriguing volume. Many pieces contain fine music that glows with reading aloud. The initial poem, '...
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Bone Worship, by Elizabeth Eslami
The Inkslinger reviews
"Elizabeth Eslami’s debut novel is a culture clash from the get-go, but it’s a beautifully written clash filled with the most familiar kinds of yearning, both...
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VOYA reviews
The last thing that ex-star basketball player Chelsea Keyes has on her mind when she arrives at Camp Lake in the Woods is a summer of training. She is miserable,...
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Rain Taxi reviews
Barbara Jane Reyes's second book, Poeta en San Francisco, explores the translatable and untranslatable collisions of writing self and culture. We immediately...
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New Creative Community: The Art of Cultural Development
Teaching Artist Journal, 2007 Volume 5, Number 3 reviews
Teaching artists and community development artists: how similar the two fields are, and how little interaction they have. Perhaps it is time for a change, for a...
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Publishers Weekly reviews
Rowson’s solid eighth police procedural featuring Det. Insp. Andy Horton (after A Killing Coast) opens with the funeral of 47-year-old Daryl Woodley, whose...
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