Indie book reviews
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Our Reviewers won’t judge your book as compared to other self-published titles, but against other books, period. Our ratings are based on the following criteria, although reviewers are able to award partial stars (i.e. a 1.3 or a 4.7), rather than rounding up or down to a whole or half number.
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In REAL PROCUREMENT TRANSFORMATION, Alan Hustwick, a chartered accountant and former Chief Procurement Officer, offers practical advice and hands-on tools for creating a high-performance, outcome-focused...
In this collection of 15 short stories, Shelby Raebeck presents characters experiencing loss, most of whom reside in eastern Long Island, a setting he conjures...
A series of life stories, including seven chapter-length biographies and ten shorter page-length “snapshots”, of women born in Iran who achieved success in a wide...
THE COMPLICATION, Amanda DuBois’ debut novel, is a mystery featuring lawyer and former nurse Camille Delaney as an amateur sleuth who will stop at nothing...