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Published Reviews

HUNTED
GoodReads reviews
"It is fast paced, most definitely exciting and truly different from the standard variety paranormal book." Patty Magyar on GoodReads 4/5 stars
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HUNTED
AlexaLovesBooks reviews
"Intense, gripping, and incredibly powerful. I could not put it down once I started it. Really brilliant!" AlexaLovesBooks
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HUNTED
YA Books Central reviews
"From the very first page I was hooked. The writing is gripping and grabs you by the collar and won't let you go.   I couldn't put this story down. Highly...
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HUNTED
Live To Read reviews
"There is plenty of action and excitement in the pages of this novel, the book is hard to put down."  Live To Read
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HUNTED
The Never Chronicles reviews
"Hunted reaches into your psyche and grabs hold of your mind. It takes you places some of us are afraid to go. It makes you face questions many of us are afraid to...
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HUNTED
WildMoo Books reviews
"If you like The Hunger Games or The Book Thief, you'll probably love HUNTED, too. Hunted has an original plot, strong characters, steady pacing, and a consistent...
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HUNTED
Word Spelunking reviews
"Powerful. Explosive. Moving. A MUST Read. Hunted is a truly captivating book, with a story that pulses with originality, social awareness, and a razor sharp...
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Lost Kingdom, forthcoming from Atlantic Monthly Press in January, 2012
Christian Science Monitor print edition reviews
The Christian Science Monitor picks Lost Kingdom as an Editor’s Choice, calling it “a fascinating and authoritative tale of intrigue and imperialism…” Read the...
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Lost Kingdom, forthcoming from Atlantic Monthly Press in January, 2012
Christian Science Monitor print edition reviews
The Christian Science Monitor picks Lost Kingdom as an Editor’s Choice, calling it “a fascinating and authoritative tale of intrigue and imperialism…”
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Waiting for Manna
Published in January 2012 issue of International Journal on Multicultural Literature, ISSN 2231-6248 reviews
      “It is easy to flow with the current, it makes no demands, and it costs no effort… But who fight the current and struggle it, know what...
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Beer, Blood & Cornmeal
The Metro (Silicon Valley) reviews
"(Beer, Blood and Cornmeal) just makes you want to don a leopard skin and get paid 20 bucks to go in the ring and beat up a dude...
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Cartel: The Coming Invasion of Mexico's Drug Wars
One Old Vet: Stand Next to Me and You'll Never Stand Alone reviews
Author Sylvia Longmire’s Book, “Cartel: The Coming Invasion of Mexico’s Drug War”, will be released on September 27, 2011. She was kind enough to have her...
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Boston Globe reviews
“This collection has a novel’s heft…These lives are shaped by fate and place, forces hauntingly evoked by this talented young writer.”
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In the Sierra Madre
Guadalajara Reporter reviews
Some say that truth is stranger than fiction. In the case of award-winning journalist Jeff Biggers’ “In the Sierra Madre,” truth is both stranger and far more...
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The Fractured World
Wild Goose Poetry Review reviews
The Fractured World by Scott Owens (Main Street Rag, 2008, http://www.mainstreetrag.com/store/) Review by Tim Peeler The Fractured World by Scott Owens is a three...
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Dirty Words: A Literary Encyclopedia of Sex
Penthouse reviews
Ellen Sussman has compiled the outrageous book we all wish we could've snuck into our school bookbags. — Penthouse
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Dasha's Journal
Pulse reviews
I think the concept of using a cat’s attitude to life as an analogy of the differences between ‘normal’ people and people with autism has great potential. As a...
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The Last Queen
The Daily American reviews
This is a good historical novel, very well-written. Gortner brings to life an extraordinary queen in a dangerous era.
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East Eats West
Smithsonian Bookdragon reviews
Unlike the rest of Andrew Lam‘s relatives who only want to bombard him with questions about meeting Hiroyuki Sakai of Iron Chef fame (I don’t watch TV and I hate...
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Men of the Mean Streets
Out in Print reviews
Take the powerhouse trio that opens this collection as an example: ‘Nathan Burgoine’s “Keeping the Faith” is an incredibly successful foray into hard-boiled...
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