Search Results: "LeAnn Neal Reilly"


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THE LAST STRATIOTE by LeAnn Neal Reilly
SCIENCE FICTION & FANTASY
Released: Sept. 23, 2013

"A smart and erotic, if somewhat scattered, thriller that vampire lovers will enjoy."
Reilly's (Grounding Magic, 2013, etc.) latest novel sees her interest in stories about resilient women caught in magical, otherworldly circumstances veer in a new, darker direction. Read full book review >

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The Children of Stone by LeAnn Robinson
SCIENCE FICTION & FANTASY

"A unique, action-filled examination of a barbaric alien culture that may not be so different from our own."
In Robinson's debut sci-fi novel, a woman's immersive experience on a hostile, alien planet causes her to question what's so human about humans. Read full book review >

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HOLIDAY IN YOUR HEART by LeAnn Rimes
Released: Nov. 1, 1997

"Consumer product more than creative work, with copyright held not even by an author, but by LeAnn Rimes Entertainment, Inc. (Author tour)"
A child country-music star, forced to choose between family and success, is guided by an angel in this music-video-on-paper that's been cobbled together by (surprise!) a child country-music star and her adult helper. Read full book review >

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TEMPLE by Matthew Reilly
Released: Jan. 19, 2001

"Michael Crichton meets Indiana Jones in a campy, blatantly derivative, nonstop plot-boiler: great, gasping, mindless fun."
Australian thriller writer Reilly follows up his high-tech adventure Ice Station (1999), this time sending a mild-mannered professor on a breathless, hokey, beat-the-bad-guys hunt for an ancient Inca artifact that could blow apart the planet. Read full book review >

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THE 6 SACRED STONES by Matthew Reilly
MYSTERY THRILLER
Released: Jan. 1, 2008

"Basically a video game in print. Exhausting."
With the sun's evil twin headed straight for the Earth, our planet's fate is in the balance, but ancient codes and monuments may hold the key for a way out of the seemingly inevitable intra-galactic smashup. Read full book review >

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Hearts and Diners by Joseph Reilly
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: May 29, 2015

"An observant, perceptive, but unevenly written story of difficult love and tantalizing possibility."
A mother and daughter fall for a pair of flashy bad boys in the wake of a family death in this debutnovel. Read full book review >

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MISSING LINKS by Rick Reilly
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: June 8, 1996

"A loving, knowledgeable, laugh-out-loud portrait of the Hardest Sport There Is, as practiced by the blue-collar rakes who compose golf's most devoted fans. (Author tour)"
From Sports Illustrated writer Reilly, easily the wittiest golf novel yet—the Bull Durham of the genre, and the closest thing to Caddyshack on paper we're likely to get. Read full book review >

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SCARECROW by Matthew Reilly
MYSTERY THRILLER
Released: March 24, 2004

"Superb print version of a video game shoot-'em-up."
Third installment in the way, way over-the-top action adventures of US Marine Shane "Scarecrow" Schofield, and the best yet from this Australian author (Contest, 2003, etc.). Read full book review >

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SHANKS FOR NOTHING by Rick Reilly
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: May 2, 2006

"Crude and goofy but ultimately sweet."
Golf lore, class war and belly laughs—this is by and large snide, sophomoric stuff from Sports Illustrated's Reilly (Who's Your Caddy?, 2003, etc.). Read full book review >

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THE BEST AMERICAN SPORTS WRITING 2002 by Rick Reilly
NON-FICTION
Released: Oct. 15, 2002

"Twenty-eight stories, no duds in the bunch and a few to reread after a dog and a beer."
The Sports Illustrated columnist succeeds in his editing debut, picking mostly winners in the 12th annual collection of top sportswriting. Read full book review >

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TIGER, MEET MY SISTER… by Rick Reilly
ESSAYS & ANTHOLOGIES
Released: May 13, 2014

"In book form, Reilly's columns are an avalanche of small stones, hitting readers with trite observations and stale one-liners."
An acclaimed sportswriter presents a litany of gripes. Read full book review >