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Bookpleasures.com welcomes as our guest journalist and author Eamon Loingsigh. Eamon studied journalism at University of South Florida. Exile on Bridge Street is due to be released later this year by Three Rooms Press and has also authored Light of the Diddicoy, An Affair of Concoctions and the poetry collection Love and Maladies. He is currently a freelance journalist for the Associated Press, The Guardian and various websites. His ...
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Bookpleasures.com welcomes as our guest, Gerald (Jerry) DiPego. Jerry has written over thirty screenplays including Sharky’s Machine, Message in a Bottle, Phenomenon, The Forgotten, and Words and Pictures. His five novels include thrillers and the coming-of-age story, Cheevey, which he considers his best novel. Last year his play, 154 and Paradise, was produced at Santa Barbara’s Ce...
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Bookpleasures.com welcomes as our guest Roemer McPhee author of Killing the Market. Roemer was educated in history at Princton University and in finance at the Wharton Graduate School of business. He is also the author of The Boomer's Guide to Story, a large collection of essays searching for wisdom and insight in modern stories (novels, original screenplays, and even a few ballads.
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The World Weekly talks to journalist and best-selling historian Rick Shenkman, whose latest book helps explain Donald Trump’s extraordinary presidential campaign.
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Bookpleasures.com welcomes as our guest Lynn Byk, author of Mister B: Living with a 98 Year-Old Rocket Scientist.
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Bookpleasures.com welcomes as our guest Rich DiSilvio author of suspenseful thrillers, historical fiction, and nonfiction. He has written articles and commentaries for magazines on various topics and four books. His passion for history, art, music, and architecture has yielded contributions in each discipline in his professional careers.
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Practicing law for over 35 years enabled me to transfer and apply to book reviewing my many skills that I had perfected during my career in the legal profession and as a result I have become a prolific free lance book reviewer & author interviewer.

I am the Editor, Publisher and Reviewer for my own site, Bookpleasures.com (http://www.bookpleasures.com)
that I created in 2002.

The site is composed of an international community of book reviewers that come from all walks of life that review all genres of fiction and non-fiction.

Over the years I have reviewed approximately 2000 books and I have interviewed over 600 authors.

In addition to the complimentary reviews bookpleasures.com offers, I personally offer my own Priority Book Review service that you can find out more about by clicking on:

http://goo.gl/wPki

And to find out more about me click on:

http://bit.ly/bsHkRS
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Montreal - Montreal
Although the food is quite good, the service needs improvement. When you have to pull words out of the waiter who thinks he is doing you a big favor by explaining the dishes, you know you are in trouble. I also found the prices a bit too pricey for an Indian restaurant. I think I will pass on this one for a return visit where there are many competitors that serve just as good food and are far more friendlier and less pricey.
Public - 5 months ago
reviewed 5 months ago
Great restaurant! This is a great restaurant for Middle Eastern food and reasonable prices. If you decide to go during the week-end, you have to reserve as the place is small. In the late spring and summer the front terrace is open, provided the weather is good. Great lunch deals.
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reviewed a year ago
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The info provided to me from Unhaggle was extremely valuable and I did not have to haggle with the dealer that sold me my Honda 2014. Once I presented the price I was willing to pay based on the information I received, the dealer asked me one question- would I purchase the car immediately if he agreed to my offer. The reply was yes and we had a deal within 10 minutes.
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reviewed 2 years ago