Search Results: "Dennis Palumbo"


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FEVER DREAM by Dennis Palumbo
MYSTERY THRILLER
Released: Nov. 1, 2011

"Palumbo, who's willing to do absolutely anything to keep up the tension, succeeds admirably. Readers who don't require originality and plausibility in their detective thrillers will be as happy as career politicians whose skeletons are securely locked away."
Clinical psychologist Daniel Rinaldi gets yanked out of a session with a patient and onto a smoking-hot trail of dirty money, dirtier politicians and wholesale killing. Read full book review >

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NIGHT TERRORS by Dennis Palumbo
MYSTERY THRILLER
Released: May 7, 2013

"Some thrillers are beach reads. Palumbo's are strictly for late at night and for readers who have no pressing engagements early the next day."
Pittsburgh clinical psychologist Daniel Rinaldi (Fever Dream, 2011, etc.) finds to his sorrow that even serial killers have fans. Read full book review >

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"With nary a loose plot end, Palumbo's first novel is an agreeable mix of sex, history and derring-do that moves a little too neatly to take advantage of its rich settings and themes-but it's so, so close."
A French Resistance fighter and German art historian must outwit the war machine in this well-oiled suspense thriller set in Nazi-occupied Paris. Read full book review >

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HUNTERS OF THE GREAT FOREST by Dennis Nolan
CHILDREN'S
Released: Oct. 28, 2014

"Quite a treat! (Picture book. 3-7)"
An intrepid band conquers a rugged landscape to capture an unusually tasty conquest in this funny, wordless story. Read full book review >

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THE SKY WRITER by Dennis Haseley
CHILDREN'S
Released: Sept. 1, 2008

"Both combine in an understatement that defies the saccharine but instead honors childish imaginations. (Picture book. 3-8)"
There is something that tugs at the heart in this softly illustrated, quietly told story. Read full book review >

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TRICK OF THE EYE by Dennis Haseley
FAMILY AND GROWING UP
Released: April 1, 2004

"Plodding, but bizarrely intriguing. (Fiction. YA)"
Young Richard (12) is a mover; he has the eerie ability to move into and out of paintings, where the figures speak to him and he to them. Read full book review >