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Smartish Pace reviews
The Circus PoemsRosy Cole    The Circus Poems by Alex Grant -Lorimer Press2010 $16.95    Adults are inclined to the illusion that all...
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HARPIES' FEAST
The Lambda Literary Review reviews
Morganstein layers all of this together with mounting creepiness and impending dread, leading to a surprising twist of an ending, which also leaves the door open...
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Married To A Geek reviews
Sleeper's Run (written by Henry Mosquera) is an action political thriller that has you in suspense the entire time you are reading it.
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The Spring Mount 6 Pack reviews
It is one of the first times that I got so emerged in the story that I found myself looking over my shoulder, as if I was actually involved in the story.
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Child of the Flame
Sent via Email reviews
I received the following emailed review from Zimbabwean author Virginia Phiri, Highway Queen: "Never in my life have I been challenged by a book such as this...
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A SILENCE OF MOCKINGBIRDS: The Memoir of a Murder
MonstersandCritics.com reviews
If indeed, it “takes a village to raise a child” then it follows that a community can, through a series of mistakes made for a variety of reasons, fail to protect...
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The prophet Daniel saw two men, one clothed in linen.
Amazon reviews
By Meg @ A Bookish Affair (Washington, DC) - See all my reviews This review is from: The Man Clothed in Linen (Kindle Edition) This is a really great read....
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The prophet Daniel saw two men, one clothed in linen.
Amazon reviews
A compelling look into the life and times of Jesus, February 9, 2012 By David Lloyd (Israel) - See all my reviews This review is from:...
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Publishers Weekly reviews
"Whether the subject is parental abuse, alcoholism, or the travails of the writing life, Kaufman’s (Jew Boy; Matches) memoir violently grabs your attention,...
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Evergreen Review reviews
"In passage after passage, we see the truths of the heart are hard won; and this, the psychic searching that is behind every emotion rendered, accounts for the...
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Toussaint!
Deepdish.com reviews
"David Toussaint is a great writer. I recently came to this conclusion while reading his latest book, TOUSSAINT!, which made me laugh out loud on almost every page...
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The Raabe Review reviews
“If the experiments do not bear out the hypothesis, the hypothesis must be rejected or modified.” - From the Scientific Method When physicist Gunnar Gunderson...
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Lassen Reviews reviews
  Martin, Marianne, “The Indelible Heart”, Bywater Books, 2011.  The Power of Friendship Amos Lassen When a good story comes together with beautiful...
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"Iron"
http://boneorchardpoetry.blogspot.com/2012/11/zarina-zabrisky-review.html?spref=fb reviews
There is no question that Zarina Zabrisky’s new collection of short prose, ‘Iron’, is a remarkable book. Zabrisky works with such an exactitude, a highly- tuned...
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A SILENCE OF MOCKINGBIRDS: The Memoir of a Murder
http://www.sfpoa.org/journal/84/2012-04-01/silence-mockingbirds-memoir-murder reviews
    I strongly recommend this book to everyone in the San Francisco Criminal Justice system. It's not a long book, approximately 300 pages. We have a...
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Journal of American History reviews
This is a highly readable and deeply engaged examination of the culture of capitalism in the contemporary United States. It is an ethnography, based on countless...
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Publishers Weekly reviews
In a post-James Frey world, it’s wise for humor author Spitznagel (Planet Baywatch) and his publisher to include a disclaimer stating that “some elements have been...
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Midwest Book Review reviews
Gene Simmons is more than just a tongue and a pretty face for the legendary rock group Kiss. He's also a gifted creator of a fiction/fantasy genre as evidenced by...
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Blooming Red
Amazon.com reviews
Award winning and happily espoused poets, Carolyn Howard-Johnson and Magdalena Ball, have teamed up once again, to help celebrate their love of the holidays with...
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The Edge of Maybe
Women's Voices for Change reviews
The Edge of Maybe speaks to those spaces in-between, both geographically and spiritually, that we mostly don’t think exist in the certainty of youth. In...
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