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Amazon reviews
I love to read books that are character driven however in the past few years I have picked up more books and then put them down after the first few chapters than I...
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Webs of Power is a work of fiction; however, if you happen to fill a high-level position in some corporate hierarchy, you may think you're reading a story about...
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If you like Barbara Taylor Bradford or Danielle Steel, you will love Darlene Quinn. She is among the best women fiction writers today. Her book "Unpredictable Webs...
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Amazon reviews
I think the best advice I can give anyone considering "Unpredictable Webs" is to be ready to spend some time enjoying this book because it is really hard to put...
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Amazon reviews
I cracked the lid to Darlene's latest web-tastic book Unpredictable Webs wondering what drama to expect from the well-drawn out characters in the 4th book of the...
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"Unpredictable Webs" is the second novel that I've read in the Web Series. The first being "Webs of Fate". In that novel and in this one as well....Quinn, an...
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Amazon reviews
I can honestly say...I generally don't write reviews..but I have to make an exception...this book.is like....WOW!!!....I never seen so much useable content in any...
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Amazon reviews
This is a wonderful and enlightening book. Winning the Money Game certainly separates the myths from the truth. This is a must read for everyone including...
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Amazon reviews
If you are part of the "buy term and invest the difference crowd" then be prepared. This book will change your "kool-aid" induced euphoria. If you've been told...
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Amazon reviews
I purchased Ike's book, "Winning The Money Game: Everything You Don't Know About Achieving Financial Independence (Vol 1)" soon after my stock trading mentor sent...
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Publisher's Weekly reviews
Kasai returns to the fragile world of 2009's Ice Song, where somatics blend human and nonhuman characteristics into singular forms, and a tiny minority, the...
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Too Much Coffee Man #22 reviews
"In Egg Story, by J. Marc Schmidt, eggs break out of the fridge and have to figure out what the hell to do with their lives. Love is pursued, video games are...
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Chicago Tribune reviews
Blurring the lines between historical fact and fiction, Craig McDonald's triumphantly twisted first novel is one of the most unusual, and readable, crime-fiction...
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Crimespree Magazine reviews
It's rare to find a book that truly lives up to any "from the first page..." hype, but Karen Dionne's new scientific thriller FREEZING POINT opens with a physical...
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Book Chase reviews
Blood Drama, the new crime fiction thriller from Christopher Meeks, is Meeks's first venture into genre fiction.  Now, let's hope it is not his last, because...
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No One You Know
Booklist reviews
Heartbreaking and compelling…Richmond gracefully weaves in fascinating background material on the coffee culture and the field of mathematics as she thoughtfully...
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Christian Science Monitor reviews
“Woodsburner” is Pipkin’s first novel, but, with its complex structure and top-notch prose, there’s not a page that reads like the work of a novice. His...
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Amazon.com reviews
Witnessing, April 23, 2008 By Akilah Oliver (New York, NY) As I read these gorgeously written poems, I am observing these tough wildernesses or I am in ritual...
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Kirkus Review reviews
Broder’s careful, eloquent meditations upon family life transform this account from a mere history or memoir to a celebration of, and tribute to, family life. “...
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Poetry International/ Issue 18-19/ 2012 reviews
Beautiful Soon Enough  "The stories in this prize-winning collection are all about sex. They’re tactile, explosive, hilarious, rueful, and knowing. They’re...
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