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Published Reviews

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HRAC Perspective reviews
Do you love your life? Do you have work-life balance? Do you wake up every morning excited about your day? Are you doing what you want with your life? If you...
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Books and Novels of the Ancient World (subsection of Roman Times) reviews
...I felt like I had bought a ticket to see "Gladiator" but made a wrong turn inside the cineplex and stumbled into Tarrentino's "Pulp Fiction". But as the novel...
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Santa Fe Reporter reviews
On July 2, the Santa Fe Reporter published the following article about me and my novel. The online version is also available -- there's a picture of me!...
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Gumshoe Review reviews
Stanley has given us a rich tapestry of a world with depth of color and detail that makes the Londinium of 83 A.D. come alive. Each character has a backstory that...
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Criminal History reviews
The plot has enough twists and turns to satisfy the most demanding mystery reader ... The writing is crisp and clean with little padding and minutiae which might...
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Kirkus Reviews reviews
… takes the reader on a colorful tour of this singular culture high and low, from jails and brothels to the corridors of power. First-timer Stanley is sure-footed...
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Texas Monthly reviews
The real-world town of Colma, California—home to about 1,600 residents and more than two million corpses in seventeen cemeteries (motto: “It’s great to be alive in...
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Amazon.com reviews
Mix one part gritty police procedural with one part ghost story, add a splash of teen angst and a hefty dose of black humor, and you have Doug Dorst's brilliant...
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Virgins And Martyrs: An Aria Quynn Novel
Chicago Tribune Books Section reviews
Chicago Tribune Books Section June 21, 2008 Virgins and Martyrs By E.L. Merkel(Five Star, $25.95) The third mystery/thriller from Chicagoan Earl Merkel explores a...
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The San Francisco Chronicle reviews
If atmosphere were everything in fiction, Vincent Louis Carrella's first novel might be proclaimed a masterpiece. "Serpent Box" takes readers deep inside the world...
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Amazon.com reviews
the title of Daniel Curzon's new book might lead one to think it would be an innocuous collection of heartwarming tales that a tourist might choose for a vacation...
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Radio France reviews
"The gripping story of the search for a missing child..."
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Amazon.com reviews
The most amazing and saddest thing about this really fine novel is that apparently few people know about it. That is a real tragedy since ONLY THE GOOD PARTS has...
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Mysterious Reviews (Hidden Staircase Mystery Books) reviews
Edwin Alexander's debut novel, Theft of the Master, is an engrossing international thriller that effectively blends historical fact with a fictional story....
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'Viewpoint', Vol. 16, No. 1, Spring 2009 reviews
Authored by T.O. Daria, the mother of a son with autism and daughter with Asperger’s syndrome, “Dasha’s Journal: A Cat Reflects on Life, Catness and Autism”...
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Chicago Tribune reviews
The story dealing with the two clashing psychopaths is so utterly gripping...it is an addictively readable thriller that will undoubtedly draw comparisons to...
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THe Independent UK reviews
Fat: An Appreciation of a Misunderstood Ingredient, with Recipes is much more than a cookery book. McLagan explains and debunks the received wisdom about how bad...
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Do Gentlemen Really Prefer Blondes?
Associated Press reviews
Author reviews odd research into science of love Photo Gallery By DINESH RAMDE "Do Gentlemen Really Prefer Blondes? Bodies, Behavior and Brains — The Science...
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Armchair Reviews reviews
"Praise for Terry Spear! I thoroughly enjoy werewolf books but sometimes they tend to get a little too stereotypical for me. We all know that werewolves shift with...
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Deidre's Secret
Long and Short Romance Reviews reviews
Deidre's premonitions are her gift, as well as her secret; because just how uncool is it to have visions? In Deidre's Secret, our heroine's second sight becomes...
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