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C. Vanoff "A lover of all things historic" RSS Feed (Indianapolis, IN)

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The Last Suppers (Goldy Culinary Mysteries, Book 4)
The Last Suppers (Goldy Culinary Mysteries, Book 4)
by Diane Mott Davidson
Edition: Mass Market Paperback
Price: $7.86
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3.0 out of 5 stars I'm being generous with my stars, September 2, 2010
...only because I'm a cat person. I totally agree with the other reviews about "too much food & church". The thing that really grated on me, however, was the way Goldy kept referring to her fiancee as "Tom Schulz", when "Tom" would have sufficed for the remainder of the book once his last name had been established. I'll stick with the likes of author Marge Piercy, in future...

The Rantings of a Single Male: Losing Patience with Feminism, Political Correctness... and Basically Everything
The Rantings of a Single Male: Losing Patience with Feminism, Political Correctness... and Basically Everything
by Thomas Ellis
Edition: Paperback
24 used & new from $28.39

11 of 98 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Here we go again..., February 25, 2009
...Another societal misfit who wants to blame all his woes on feminism. Why is it that some men insist on seeing gains accomplished by women as some sort of sacrilege? Hey, here's a suggestion: Phyllis Schlafly is single again. Why not try hooking up with her...? Oh, one more thing: those foreign women you glorify are getting wise to y'all.
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by David Morrell
Edition: Mass Market Paperback
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2.0 out of 5 stars Wish I felt the same enthusiasm as most everyone else!, November 5, 2007
This review is from: Creepers (Mass Market Paperback)
...but I just don't.

The book started out promising enough. I especially enjoyed the parts about our 'throwaway' society, the historical background of Asbury Park, and how the Paragon Hotel came to be. It was straight downhill from there, however. The dialogue between characters was downright lame, and a few of the characters themselves were trite with very little development. I mean, is it really always necessary for the female heroine to be beyond-belief gorgeous, with every male character lusting after the mere sight of her tossing her head? The thugs with night-vision goggles were completely unnecessary, and there was no explanation whatsoever regarding the animals' deformities. It seemed a foregone conclusion that Balenger and Amanda would end up hooking up with each other....Or would Balenger ever be able to emotionally separate Amanda from his late, beloved wife, Diane, to whom Amanda bears an uncanny physical resemblance?


Now...If you want to read a few GOOD stories about urban exploration try these:

Fiction - Childhood & Other Neighborhoods; The Coast of Chicago, Author: Stuart Dybek

Nonfiction - They All Fall Down, Author: Richard Cahan

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