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 Review :: Star Wars Topps Classic Sticker Book

Review :: Star Wars Topps Classic Sticker Book

By Kevin Taft | Apr 4
A different kind of Abrams "Star Wars" Art Book, this is an old-school sticker book with art that you will want to peel off and put wherever you can find a space!

 Review :: Cozzi Cove: New Beginnings

Review :: Cozzi Cove: New Beginnings

By Christopher Verleger | Apr 1
Newlyweds Cal and Michael prepare for fatherhood while relationship shenanigans ensue within their guest house walls in this series' fourth novel.

 Review :: The Dahlia Field

Review :: The Dahlia Field

By Christopher Verleger | Mar 20
Author Henry Alley explores the attraction between men from all walks of life in this profound, pensive short story collection.

 Review :: Judy And I

Review :: Judy And I

By Bill Biss | Mar 7
Sid Luft's writing is gutsy, honest and blunt in not only of his time spent with Garland as husband/father and manager/producer of the star... but also in his writings of his own life.

 Review :: Emotion

Review :: Emotion

By Bill Biss | Mar 3
Male beauty, rugged physicality and sensuality combined with the artistry of motion; all play a striking hand in David Vance's latest photographs.

 Review :: Good Night, Beloved Comrade: The Letters of Denton Welch to Eric Oliver

Review :: Good Night, Beloved Comrade: The Letters of Denton Welch to Eric Oliver

By Lewis Whittington | Mar 2
The letters a among the rare non-apologetic documents of a gay man in Britain during WWII.

 Review :: This Is How It Always Is

Review :: This Is How It Always Is

By Christopher Verleger | Mar 1
A couple's fifth son doesn't want to be like his four older brothers in this poignant, profound novel about family.

 Review :: I Me Mine: The Extended Edition

Review :: I Me Mine: The Extended Edition

By Bill Biss | Mar 1
These conversations presented for "I Me Mine" are autobiographical and clearly a true record of Harrison's life, his reaction to fame, his ideology on religion in addition to the acceleration and disillusionment of celebrity.

 Review :: Every Song Ever

Review :: Every Song Ever

By Bill Biss | Feb 22
Ratliff takes the time to present his knowledge in a fastidious fashion of the numerous aspects found in truly listening to the spectrum of sounds over the years.

 Review :: Churchill's Ministry Of Ungentlemanly Warfare

Review :: Churchill's Ministry Of Ungentlemanly Warfare

By Steven Bergman | Feb 10
This entertaining tale of invaluable assistance by a group of mostly unheard personnel to the Allies in World War II, is worthy of picking up this book.

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