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Mom Of 3=Chas reviews
Betrayal, the CIA, political thrills- this book has it all, even a little romance.
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Songs for the New Depression
Frontiers Magazine/Los Angeles reviews
A wonderful writer by the name of Kergan Edwards-Stout has delivered a simply stunning work of fiction, Songs for the New Depression... This tale of love and life...
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Songs for the New Depression
Advocate.com/HIVPlusMag.com reviews
Drawing on his years of work with AIDS Project Los Angeles and his experience of losing a partner to the disease, Kergan Edwards-Stout has crafted a work of...
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Songs for the New Depression
Kirkus Reviews reviews
Kergan Edwards-Stout infuses reality and hopefulness into a bittersweet story about compassion and personal growth. A distinctively entertaining novel written with...
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USA Today reviews
He became bored with status updates on Facebook, so he started writing "little fantasy pieces to amuse myself." The result is drawing rave reviews.
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The Onion reviews
The old adage that a book shouldn’t be judged by its cover doesn’t hold true for 420 Characters. As a formal experiment, its packaging helps define how it...
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Dust Bunny In The Wind reviews
It will make you call in sick to work and keep you riveted well into the wee hours because you can't wait to see what is going to happen to the hero Eric Caine...
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http://www.theglobeandmail.com/news/arts/books/new-in-crime-fiction-a-guide-to-the-latest-mysteries- reviews
This witty novel begins with the poisoning of a batch of bougainvillea plants. Although the owner of the flowers has just been kidnapped, her gardener’s concern...
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http://reviews.publishersweekly.com/978-1-61695-004-0 reviews
Set mostly in São Paolo, Brazil, in the two weeks leading up to the FIFA World Cup, Gage’s stellar fifth Chief Insp. Mario Silva police procedural (after 2010’s...
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ABC Radio Australia reviews
The best and most original crime writer of the year, however, was Richard Zimler who gave us The Warsaw Anagrams. Richard Zimler is best known for his brilliant...
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A Highland Werewolf Wedding
Romance Book Junkies Reviews reviews
I had so much fun with this story and absolutely fell in love with Cearmach! Highland Were Wolf Wedding is a story ANY fans of the genre will have a great escape...
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Hamilton Spectator reviews
You're at wit's end trying to motivate your employees. You've dangled carrots and threatened to use sticks. You've scheduled formal meetings and had informal water...
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The New Black Magazine reviews
Williams produces a provocative, warm, disturbing and at times hilarious memoir; I was pleasantly surprised and I read it in one sitting. When I put it down I was...
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Library Journal reviews
Sullivan (The White Stripes: Sweethearts of the Blues) combines impressive research and wide-ranging interviews in a multilayered narrative about the power of...
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Bad-Ass Faeries
Wild Violet Vol VI, Issue 3 - Mortal Coil reviews
The editors of Bad-Ass Faeries have collected stories about faeries much edgier than the sparkle-winged Tinkerbelles who dominate popular culture, returning the...
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Dirty Words: A Literary Encyclopedia of Sex
Self Magazine reviews
"sensual yet sophisticated" Provocative definitions and stories from noted writers can inform and inspire you.
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Captivity by Debbie Lee Wesselmann
Library Journal reviews
Primatologist Dana Armstrong is passionate about making a difference in the lives of the animals living at a South Carolina chimpanzee sanctuary. But a break-in...
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USA Today reviews
In the same way Buffy the Vampire Slayer mixed high school and bloodsuckers, Doug Dorst combines cops and ghosts in his Alive in Necropolis. The result is a...
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Kirkus Reviews reviews
  When a blue moon rises, mistakes can be undone, lost children can find their homes, and sea lions can shed their skins. The selkie myth lies at the heart of...
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Publisher's Weekly reviews
Despite a slow beginning, Richards (Sunset Bridge) manages to bring readers a well-crafted tale of atonement before death. Utterly alone after years of mistakes ("...
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