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Published Reviews

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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Joystory reviews
This is a thriller, a page-turner with a noir edge and elements of a romance woven in--but it is much more.  The use of metaphor and the emphasis of aspects...
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ArtsATL reviews
It is no accident that the author himself appears on the cover, as a blurred face behind an old-fashioned camera, his thumb poised above the shutter button,...
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Out in Print reviews
Each piece in Render is a perfectly composed photograph, highlighted not only by the cover, but by the pieces which bookend the marvels between...
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THE HEALING POWER OF GRIEF: The Journey Through Loss to Life & Laughter by Gloria Lintermans & Marilyn Stolzman, Ph.D., L.M.F.T.
Reader Views reviews
It is a fact of life for everyone that, at one time or another, we will lose someone close to us. We cannot bypass this experience nor can someone take the pain...
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Sacramento Press reviews
"...this is one of the best books I’ve read in a very long time, memoir or otherwise."
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EASY INNOCENCE
Chicago Tribune reviews
There's a new no-nonsense female private detective in town: Georgia Davis, a former cop who is tough and smart enough to give even the legendary V.I. Warshawski a...
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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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Psychology Today reviews
Since learning about Asperger's, I have read just about every personal account I can find with regard to Asperger's. While I found all of them interesting, I can...
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Mystery Scene reviews
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JT Ellison's 14 (Mira, $6.99) holds up against any top drawer suspense novel. The title refers to the number of people slain in the serial killings. Troubling,...
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Gates of Eden IPPY Award
San Francisco Book Review reviews
Full disclosure: My kids and I lived with Charles Degelman from 1968 – 1978. Much as we tried to avoid it, we grew up together. Our gypsy odyssey played out...
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Classroom at the End of the Hall
Publishers Weekly reviews
Starred review*--Peculiar happenings are the norm in the classroom that serves as the setting for this droll collection.  Occasionally reminiscent of Louis Sachar’...
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Scarecrow Gods
Macabra Ink reviews
"It’s rare to find a first novel with the depth, clarity, and complexity Weston Ochse’s Scarecrow Gods. The author seems to have dragged his characters form his...
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