Search Results: "MaryJanice Davidson"


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UNDEAD AND UNSTABLE by MaryJanice Davidson
MYSTERY THRILLER
Released: June 5, 2012

"Davidson's latest seems to be less interested in presenting new action than in laying groundwork for further volumes in her series (Undead and Undermined, 2011, etc.). The same mixture as before, but with more Game of Thrones references."
A vampire queen misses her late friend…until he mysteriously returns. Read full book review >

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UNDEAD AND UNDERWATER by MaryJanice Davidson
Released: March 5, 2013

"Davidson would be well-served by taking notes from her characters, who sometimes complain about 'nauseating endless speculative continual monologues.'"
Three stories highlight connections between supernatural worlds, all of them tied together by one shoe-obsessed vampire queen. Read full book review >

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UNDEAD AND UNDERMINED by MaryJanice Davidson
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: July 5, 2011

"Davidson (Me, Myself, and Why?, 2010, etc.) writes in a jocular voice with teenage attitude (think of a YA novel for mature audiences). Readers are likely to be divided between love 'em and leave 'em by an installment with too much back story for newbies to sink their teeth into."
Back from hell, a vampire queen assembles a motley crew to save the future. Read full book review >

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YOU AND I, ME AND YOU by MaryJanice Davidson
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: March 19, 2013

"Davidson's accomplished navigation of the investigation, the romantic and professional tensions, and the full range of mental disorders and eccentric characters is clever, inventive and entertaining and makes the book a fun, engaging read."
Cadence Jones, the multiple personality detective, must juggle her love life, her fantasy life and, alongside her sociopathic partner, her newest serial killer investigation. Read full book review >

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UNDEAD AND UNAPPRECIATED by MaryJanice Davidson
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: July 5, 2005

"Seventh heaven for the fans—totally without style but totally just super."
Vampire Queen Betsy Taylor makes her third appearance. Read full book review >

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WOLF AT THE DOOR by MaryJanice Davidson
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: Oct. 4, 2011

"Is someone plundering the membership rolls of the St. Paul Chamber of Commerce just to get Betsy's attention? Or is the real motive even more devious? Don't worry about it; just wait for Rachael's certain return."
Just what you wanted: a werewolf spinoff to Davidson's wacky vampire series that offers serious sexy-heroine competition to Minnesota vamp queen Betsy Taylor. Read full book review >

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YOURS, MINE, AND OURS by MaryJanice Davidson
MYSTERY THRILLER
Released: Feb. 28, 2012

"As in most banter-based mysteries, the action sometimes lags while the characters quip, but readers will enjoy the ride, and the company."
An FBI agent with multiple personality disorder is on the hunt for a serial killer, in the second of Davidson's wisecracking series. Read full book review >

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TOP DOG by Carli Davidson
Released: Oct. 4, 2016

"A fresh look at some old expressions, using dogs of all ages to teach some new tricks. (Picture book. 4 & up)"
Twenty-one different dogs illustrate a variety of familiar idiomatic expressions about dogs. Read full book review >

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SHAKE, WIGGLE & ROLL by Carli Davidson
CHILDREN'S
Released: May 16, 2017

"Will delight kids and caregivers alike. (Board book. 6 mos.-3)"
A kinetic catalog of canine activities. Read full book review >

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THE VISITOR'S CHOICE by Alexander Davidson
SCIENCE FICTION & FANTASY
Released: April 30, 2014

"An imaginative example of fantasy done right."
With just the turn of a page, a boy is transported to new worlds in this fantastic middle-grade novel. Read full book review >

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VOLTAIRE IN EXILE by Ian Davidson
Released: Feb. 1, 2005

"A well-tempered work from whose pages Voltaire gracefully and realistically rises: wiser, more caring and generous, always eloquent as the years gain upon him. (8 pp. b&w illustrations, not seen)"
The French philosophe's ebullient, incredibly productive years in exile, admirably drawn by the London Financial Times' former foreign-affairs columnist. Read full book review >