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Published Reviews

Sleepwalking in Daylight
The Denver Post reviews
“Sleepwalking in Daylight is a finely wrought heartbreaker of a novel.  Flock writes in compulsively readable prose…shoot[ing] a quiver of arrows straight to...
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Everything Must Go
Dallas Morning News reviews
“In Ms. Flock’s talented hands, [Henry] becomes someone readers will keep rooting for long after it would seem the game is over.”  
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But Inside I'm Screaming
PBS NewsHour reviews
“From the first page, Elizabeth Flock takes you inside the mind and heart of a young woman of promise, about to be destroyed by her own past.  A riveting,...
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Me & Emma
Bookreporter.com reviews
“Flock’s deceptively simple prose belies not only a seriousness in subject matter but also clever subtleties in the plot…Suffice it to say, you won’t soon...
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Me & Emma
Harper's Bazaar reviews
“Me & Emma…has drawn comparisons to Harper Lee’s To Kill A Mockingbird and Alice Sebold’s The Lovely Bones.  The story…promises a take-your-breath-away...
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Tantric Zoo: A Bud Warhol Mystery
http://www.smashwords.com/books/view/76067 reviews
Rob Loughran's great sense of humor and place shine through in this fun read. The well named detective Bud Warhol and odd assortment of characters kept me going...
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Shadows and Ghosts
amazon.com reviews
This novel, winner of the First Book Contest sponsored by Fairleigh Dickinson University (and Serving House Books), delves into the "shadows" and "ghosts" of many...
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Shadows and Ghosts
amazon.com reviews
Shifting between memory and reality, filmmaker Ida Mae Glick watches her world stagger into focus from the perspective of her hospital bed, as powerful truths...
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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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Los Angeles Times reviews
Author Janet Malcolm once acidly wrote that any reporter who didn't agree that journalism was a "morally indefensible" act of betrayal was "too stupid or too...
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Kristi's Book Nook reviews
Book Review: How the Moon Regained Her Shape, Posted by Kristi Bernard, Monday, May 14, 2012, website http://kristisbooknook.blogspot.com   Title: How the...
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A DI Andy Horton Marine Mystery Crime Novel
Booklist reviews
“The plot is multilayered, twisted, and complex, and while it takes concentration to keep all the characters and clues straight, readers who persevere will be...
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Disguised as Poetry
Choice: Current Reviews for Academic Libraries reviews
“This collection of personal responses is a fine primer for those interested not only in prison life and the daily contrasts between ‘inside’ and ‘outside,’ but...
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Classroom at the End of the Hall
New York Times Book Review reviews
From New York Times Book Review: The custodian at the W.T. Melon Elementary School tells some tall tales about ghosts and mischief in the building ... believe them...
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Los Angeles Times reviews
When a novel opens with the scene of an indoor pool filled with lobsters and enough ice to keep them alive, and the environmental attorney who rigged this stunt in...
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Ralphmag.org reviews
Nights in thePink MotelAn American Strategist'sPursuit of Peace in IraqRobert Earle(Naval Institute Press)Robert Earle arrived in Baghdad in June, 2004 just as the...
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Picture of Me
Good Morning America reviews
"Clever, Inexpensive Mother's Day Gifts for Under $20: Give Mom a Great Gift Without Breaking the Bank" with Tory Johnson May 5, 2009 In a segment highlighting...
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Chico News & Review reviews
"Written in a warm, lucid style and rich with quiet humor and affection, this novel about dying is a pleasure to read and, in the end, quite joyful."
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Tatler (UK) reviews
Don't disbelieve the hype. [The Bitch Posse] is good a debut as it's cracked up to be... It's edgy, smart and sexy, like its heroines... What could have been just...
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Los Angeles Times reviews
Bernadette has a problem — well, actually, she has a few. She is entirely exasperated by the way the streets are laid out in Seattle. She dislikes Canadians. She...
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