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Cheesecake and Teardrops by Faye Thompson

Faye Thompson holds strong spiritual values that are a result of her upbringing in New York, and which come through in spades in her second book, Cheesecake and Teardrops. A long time government employee, Faye turned to writing at an early age, writing her first book when only ten years old. Following high school Faye attended York College in New York, and with a career underway with the government, she penned her first book In Her Mother's Shadow, which was published in 2006. Cheesecake and Teardrops, her second book, was published in 2009 and has met with resounding reviews. It remains as a strong pick, an indication of the strength of…
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You Don’t Have to Say You Love Me by Sarra Manning

Sarra Manning is a British author, journalist, and editor. She Has written numerous articles for teen and entertainment magazines. Sarra has written for top magazines such as ELLE, Harper's Bazaar, Stylist and InStyle among others. She is also a best seller teen novelist most famously the YA Novels. Besides the teen novels Sarra has published 3 grown-up novels; Unsticky, Nine Uses For an Ex-Boyfriend, It Felt Like a Kiss, and the book I am reviewing today, You Don't Have to Say You Love Me published at the end of 2012. You Don't Have To Say You Love Me is considered by many as one of the best novels of adult romance…
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Body by Harry Eugene Crews

Body by Harry Crews Harry Eugene Crews, an American novelist, was born in 1935. He was a successful American novelist, short story writer, playwright and essayist. He was a Marine in the Korean War. His first novel, “The Gospel Singer” was published in the year 1968. After that, he published a string of successful novels, earning him the accolades of being one of the most successful and popular novelists in his era. He died in 2012. The Premise “Body” was Harry Eugene Crews’ 11th novel and one of the most popular ones. It is a wild and weird black comedy which dealt with the darker and satiric sides of women’s…
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The Fighter – By Craig Dawson

The Fighter by Craig Dawson Craig Dawson is one of the most acclaimed writers in Canada. Arguably, his most popular book up to date is 'The Fighter’ which went on to receive unprecedented success and in 2010 was literary adapted as a film by the same tittle winning two Oscars. Main Premise The book is about the sport of boxing where two fighters’, Paul Harris and Rob Tully, paths meet. Rob, 16 years of age, is an amateur who fights because he comes from a poor family and feels it is a release from the burden and weight of expectations being placed on him to fend for his family. Fighting…
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