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#Book Review of #GalleyMan from #ReadersFavorite - Reviewed by Liz Konkel for Readers' Favorite Galley-Man by Dasck E DeFin is a historical novel based on the real life of a man named Ezekiel. DeFin begins the novel with historical accounts of events in France, starting with the St. Bartholomew Day Massacre. The novel is a blend of history and narrative. The history of the religious persecution of the Protestants during th...

"I rambled with the worst of them / fell in love with a harlequin / saw the darkest hearts of men / and I saw myself starin' back again" - Bartholomew by The Silent Comedy

The Good Luck of Right Now [audio] - by Matthew Quick; read by Oliver Wyman. For 38 years, Bartholomew has lived with his mother. When she gets sick and dies, he has no idea how to be on his own. Bartholomew discovers a "Free Tibet" letter from Richard Gere hidden in his mother's drawer. Believing that the actor is meant to help him, Bartholomew starts writing a series of highly intimate letters to him. The letters reveal one man's heartbreakingly earnest attempt to assemble a family of his…

The Good Luck of Right Now...Matthew Quick...Bartholomew Neil describes himself as having above-average intelligence, though it’s clear his intelligence is unconventional and idiosyncratic. Neil tells his story in a series of letters he writes to Richard Gere, a figure much admired by Neil’s mother.

Set in the late 1880's, "The Woodcutter" by Steve Bartholomew is a fascinating study of the attempts of the US Government to take care of the Native American population. In this story, journalist Dana Reynolds has lost his job in San Francisco and has obtained a job in Virginia City. He hopes to avoid the controversy which cost him his last job but almost as soon as he arrive at his new post, he is assigned a controversial story in Greenfield, Nevada. Dana is to meet a man

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Famine (review)

Paper Bindings - Review - Title: Famine (Book one of the Apocalyptics) Author: Monica Enderle Pierce Source: Author Stars: 4 "Famine follows the story of Bartholomew, a once mortal man who finds himself caught in a centuries old battle. For some, the lines between good and evil are blurred, and for others, there is only selfish desire."