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Published Reviews

Of Little Faith (Steel Cut Press cover)
ForeWord Reviews reviews
A raw yet sensitive portrayal of hypocrisy set against the backdrop of the tumultuous 1960s presents the struggles of a liberal woman in the context of her...
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Geographies of Light
Human Architecture: Journal of the Sociology of Self-Knowledge reviews
   Lisa Suhair Majaj’s Del Sol Press Poetry Prize 2010 winning collection of verses (Del Sol Press, Washington, D.C., 2009, pp. 133) presents a...
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The News in Books reviews
Ian’s life goes from bad to worse when he walks into a coffee shop located inside a bank to apply for a job.  While he is filling out the application, the...
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We Are All Completely Beside Ourselves
The New York Times reviews
To experience this novel exactly as the author intended, a reader should avoid the flap copy and everything else written about it. Including this review. The...
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GoodReads reviews
Karen rated a book 5 of 5 stars A Wicked Design.  A Wicked Design (a Belinda Lawrence Mystery) by Brian Kavanagh (Goodreads Author) read in November, 2013 '...
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The Sense of Touch by Ron Parsons
Flyway reviews
Writer Elizabeth Giorgi has crafted a lovely review of "The Sense of Touch" for Flyway, a literary magazine that first published one of the collection's stories, "...
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Mama Likes This reviews
We’ve all had bad days – those days when nothing seems to go right and problems seem to pile on top of each other. This is the kind of day that the lead character...
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Ranting, Raving, and Reading reviews
I thoroughly enjoyed this book. It was not what I expected. I had come across Blood Drama, saw “suspense/thriller,” and got it for my husband’s Kindle. Then I read...
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My Dear, Dear Stagger Grass
Jasper, The Word on Columbia Arts reviews
I am especially appreciative that reviewer Jonathan Butler gives such a perceptive interpretation of My Dear, Dear Stagger Grass. Here is his overview: "These...
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FU Only Knew reviews
Freshly let go from his job and his girlfriend, Ian Nash thinks it can’t get any worse. He’s wrong.  Filling out an application for a job he’s over qualified...
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The Big Splash
The New York Times Book Review reviews
Jack D. Ferraiolo is the kind of mystic who speaks only in metaphor. In the foreground, his first novel, “The Big Splash,” is a parody of Raymond Chandler or...
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The Star Telegram reviews
What it is: Like Peter and the Wolf, this is a children’s story that also serves as an introduction to the orchestra. Snicket, you may recall, is the author of the...
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The Lost Daughter of Happiness
American Studies International, Vol XXXVIII, no. 1, pp. 61-71 reviews
Scholarly article by Prof. Pin-chia Feng, Chair of Department of Foreign Languages and Literature at National Chiao-Tung University, Taiwan.  Prof. Feng suggests a...
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Desirable Daughters
The New York Times reviews
Redolent with myth and symbol, Desirable Daughters is a signature work that shows why Mukherjee is the literary mother of the young Indian writers now flourishing...
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New Slain Knight
Kirkus Reviews reviews
A summer holiday in glorious Cornwall turns into a ghost-plagued nightmare. Talented musician Ringan Laine and his theatrical producer and longtime lover Penny...
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FanBoyWonder reviews
The Upshot From DC Comics: Helena Bertinelli's vow never to return to Gotham is tested by her vigilante fight to reclaim her inheritance from the Sicilian...
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The Enoch Factor: The Sacred Art of Knowing God
Liverpool, UK reviews
" A book that challenges the reader to open up their view and experience of God far wider than most churches dare to endorse! Steve combines a spiritual biography...
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Clover Doves
Amazon.com reviews
I literally could not put this book down! I will admit that I am not a huge fan of romances, and this has a strong romantic theme throughout...that said, the...
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The Sandcastle Girls
The Associated Press reviews
“It takes a talented novelist to combine fully ripened characters, an engrossing storyline, exquisite prose and set it against a horrific historical backdrop — in...
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The Gift: ESP: The Extraordinary Experiences of Ordinary People
Publisher's Weekly reviews
In the 1930s J.B. Rhine launched a series of experiments focusing on extra sensory perception (ESP) at Duke University 's Parapsychology Lab. To both accolades and...
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