Search Results: "Cassandra Phillips"


BOOK REVIEW

CASSANDRA by Kerry Greenwood
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: Nov. 5, 2013

"The second in Greenwood's Delphic Women series (Medea, 2013) offers a far different premise on a familiar story, crammed with well-researched detail, fascinating characters and erotic scenes."
The fall of Troy as viewed by participants in the horrors. Read full book review >

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BIOGRAPHY & MEMOIR
Released: Nov. 10, 2015

"A wonderful story that brings us deep into that moment when America made race music its own and gave rise to the rock sound now heard around the world."
A monumental biography of the larger-than-life loner who fought for the acceptance of black music and discovered an extraordinary group of poor, country-boy singers whose records would transform American popular culture. Read full book review >

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MR PHILLIPS by John Lanchester
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: April 10, 2000

"Lanchester's capable, knowledgeable, revelatory homage to Mrs. Woolf and Mr. Joyce (and even to Mr. Eliot's 'unreal city') is one of them."
Following up on his successful cookbook-cum-mystery (The Debt to Pleasure, 1996), Lanchester offers an end-of-the-century version of Mrs. Dalloway—with results as brilliantly captivating as Michael Cunningham's were in The Hours. Read full book review >

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NON-FICTION
Released: Nov. 1, 1999

BELIEVING CASSANDRAAn Optimist Looks at a Pessimist's WorldAtKisson, Alan Read full book review >

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SEEKING CASSANDRA by Lutricia Clifton
CHILDREN'S
Released: April 15, 2016

"An unexpectedly deep mystery with plenty of talking points. (Mystery. 8-12)"
While she's playing detective to find three ancient Plano arrowheads, sheltered 12-year-old Cassie is also gathering clues about life. Read full book review >

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CASSANDRA, LOST by Joanna Catherine Scott
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: March 1, 2004

"A good sweep of history, though rather overwhelmed in the end by heavy breathing and swelling bosoms."
Second-novelist Scott (The Lucky Gourd Shop, 2000) traces the uneven course of a real-life 19th-century Maryland heiress's love affair with the French pirate Jean Lafitte. Read full book review >

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NON-FICTION
Released: Nov. 1, 2011

"Fast-paced and electrifying, Moore's story is 'gonzo science' at its best."
Firsthand account of how plastics pervade our oceans in unimaginable ways, killing marine life and causing wide-ranging environmental and health effects. Read full book review >

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THE CASSANDRA COMPLEX by Brian Stableford
SCIENCE FICTION & FANTASY
Released: March 1, 2001

"The upshot, still strong on ideas and puzzles, should please and satisfy nearly everyone."
Another entry in Stableford's developing future history (The Fountains of Youth, 2000, etc.) exploring the possibilities of "emortality": what if humans, barring accident, could live for as long as they wanted? Read full book review >

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SCIENCE FICTION & FANTASY
Released: Nov. 6, 2012

"A top-notch, edge-of-the-seat thriller in which there are no villains, only mysteries."
This first collaboration from McDevitt (Firebird, 2011, etc.) and Resnick (The Doctor and the Kid, 2011, etc.), developed from a 2010 story by McDevitt (spoiler alert: don't read the story first), takes the form of a conspiracy involving the moon landings. And no, Stanley Kubrick didn't fake them. Read full book review >

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THE CASSANDRA PROPHECY by Charles Wilson
Released: April 15, 1993

"An author to watch."
Secret Service agent Clay Rodgers, returning to Biloxi after his brother is killed aboard the family yacht Cassandra, can't imagine what anyone had against inoffensive Robert—until traces of drugs aboard the boat link him to possible drug-dealing by his former employer, Cajun strip-joint king Antonio Brouchard, and a well- organized Vietnamese smuggling ring determined to kill off any informants interested in the reward Clay's advertised. Read full book review >

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CASSANDRA IN RED by Michael Collins
MYSTERY THRILLER
Released: March 25, 1992

"Violent, profane, and mostly dull."
Collins's one-armed, ruminative p.i. Read full book review >