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Dark Diva's Reviews reviews
Shelly’s Review: When Jake drops off some of his photos at the art gallery, he sees a beautiful woman with a camera who catches his interest. He follows her to a...
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Vampire Romance Books reviews
Dreaming of the Wolf (12/01/11) is the 8th book in Terry Spear’s Wolf Series and I find myself running out of words to describe just how fantastic these books are...
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Long and Short Romance Reviews reviews
The aura of romance reached out and grabbed me as soon as Jake spied Alicia and followed her like a lost puppy in the first chapter. Ms. Spear set up the...
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Darhk Portal reviews
Okay,  apparently the book gods saw me in my distress over my dilema with the less than hotness level in the recent books...
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Eyewear reviews
Something Knows the Moment is an act of courage. The question of faith is posed and exposed with intelligence and insight; we experience a writer trying to make...
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Goodreads reviews
Rome and Veii - 406. B.C. Eighteen year old Caecilia, the orphaned daughter of a plebian Tribune and his patrician wife, is given in marriage by her maternal...
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Flavorwire reviews
From the great collagist and graphic designer Lou Beach comes a mischievous montage of a different sort: a tiny book filled with tiny stories, each having...
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The Durango Herald reviews
Vail historian Kelly Enright re-introduces the couple that time forgot in her new book, Osa and Martin: For the Love of Adventure. There must be something about...
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Canadian Jewish News reviews
"We may not yet know the names of all who were killed in the Holocaust.  Richard Zimler, however, helps us understand that, whatever their names, each victim...
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Cartel: The Coming Invasion of Mexico's Drug Wars
Small Wars Journal reviews
Book Review: Cartel: The Coming Invasion of Mexico’s Drug Wars by Dennis J. Castellanos Journal Article | December 1, 2011 - 7:08am Cartel: The Coming Invasion of...
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Bookviews by Alan Caruba reviews
Stephen F. Kaufman, www.hanshi.com, wants you to question some of your fundamental beliefs, but particularly those that do not want you to question faith as a...
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Goodreads reviews
With some books, you can sense in advance that you are in for a reader's treat, that you will be taken outside your normal reading zone and sent on an involving...
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Times Literary Supplement reviews
In a relatively short career, Beverley Bie Brahic has already achieved critical acclaim as poet, translator and, at times, translator-poet. White Sheets, her...
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Spirits of New Orleans: Voodoo Curses, Vampire Legends and Cities of the Dead by Kala Ambrose
http://aidyreviews.net/spirits-of-new-orleans-review/ reviews
"I found it to be nearly impossible to pull myself away from reading Spirits of New Orleans, as it introduced me to an unknown local history and folklore. The tips...
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Murder at Blue Falls
Midwest Book Review reviews
I Jemma Chase works as a trail leader on her parents' ranch, the Blue Falls, where she is also an accomplished photographer, carpenter and fixer-upper. Jemma has...
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Library Journal reviews
Coming on the heels of "Ziegfeld: The Man Who Invented Show Business", this enjoyable biography of the woman who stood by her man through prosperity, infidelity,...
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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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Red Is Best
Garden and Hearth reviews
In this charming book a child suffers the common miserable woe of being misunderstood. The little girl loves red. Juice tastes better in the red cup. The red...
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The Witch From The Sea
The Romance Reader reviews
"A thoroughly satisfying romantic tale, filled with swashbuckling pirates, plenty of atmosphere, and characters who come alive. It’s a solid debut from an author...
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Arc & Hue
http://www.siueblackstudies.com/2010/09/tara-bettss-arc-hue.html reviews
Tara Betts’s volume Arc & Hue rhythmically and thematically explores life in its varied experiences and personal struggles. Betts creatively portrays the...
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