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"gripping . . ."

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“One fascinating aspect of Ronald’s text is that it is written from the British perspective, rarely the case in literature about the American Revolutionary War.”

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“Tursten’s writing is witty and sharp, humorous and edgy. The stories read quickly and easily . . .”

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“the chilling sections of the narration given from the killer’s point of view will be enough to send more than one shiver down the spine, no matter the room temperature.”

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"quite a nicely baked short yarn, rather than a novel, but written a bit like a soufflé, rising in the oven but when eaten there isn’t that much substance."

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“I (Heart) Art gives youngsters their own elegant and timeless pocket museum that they can visit time and time again, independently, at their own pace, and, above

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"This beautiful book has a fast and entertaining narrative that encourages the reader to go out to discover and wonder."

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“Company of One is a treasure trove of business tips, ideas and suggestions on how to start the business of your dream and then un-think the typical busin

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“Port establishes Leo Fender’s unique perspective on the world of electric noise he helped create, as he innovated and borrowed and cobbled his way to the world’s first production-model sol

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“For such an unabashedly polemical first novel, The Patricide of George Benjamin Hill works surprising well, due in large measure to the unremitting intensity of Charlesworth’s wri

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“It is hopeful that his book will inspire young readers to learn more about America’s many silent heroes. . . .

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“Although When Death Becomes Life is about courage and innovation and dedication, it is foremost a book about hope.”

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