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Cromby’s Axiom by Gary J Kirchner

Remarkable, thought-provoking, and not to be missed… Humane and superbly well-written, Kirchner’s debut takes readers on an exhilarating ride into a futuristic world lead by outlandish technology. TOMMY PIERRE ANTIKAGAMAC, a star quarterback, is content being the most followed player…
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Weeping Goes Unheard: Sacred Tears for Indigenous Victims of Racial Genocide by Lucia Mann

A revelatory, unsettling, and enormously powerful account… Unbiased and disturbingly honest, Mann’s latest is a compelling and definitive chronicle of the heartless and brutal atrocities Canada’s Indigenous population has been forced to bear. Utilizing available records, firsthand descriptions, including survivor…
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The Rainbow Season by Wes Snowden

Lush, vivid, and profoundly moving… Incredibly readable Snowden’s heartening latest explores one man’s journey to redemption. A mutual love of dancing brings Timothy and Grace together, but with Timothy’s fondness for alcohol and tendency to take undue risks in stocks,…
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The Amazing Bees by The Amazing Bees

Astute and endearing… Compulsively readable. The Amazing Bees debuts with a fanciful yet scientifically accurate adventure, featuring a courageous honeybee princess on a mission to protect her hive. Princess Debbee has always looked forward to becoming a queen and serving…
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The Conscious Virus (Aedgar Wisdom Novel # 1) by Miki Mitayn

A vivid, absorbing work of magical realism… Mitayn expertly blends magical realism and science fiction, drawing readers deep into an extraordinary setting and character in her engrossing debut installment in An Aedgar Wisdom Novel series. Aboriginal Dr. Nerida is a…
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Bloodroot by Daniel V. Meier Jr.

By turns heartbreaking and fascinating… A powerful story. Meier returns with a stunning story about a man caught in the grip of treachery, passion, and the unescapable flow of history. England 1609. After a minor scuffle with his master, the…
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The Ego Cluster by Robert Cole

An intelligent and surprising nail-biter… Cole weaves a compulsively readable tale of scientific intrigue, sinister conspiracies, murder, and mayhem in his stand-alone latest. The brilliant scientist Ethan Hendersen is struggling to come to terms with his anger and shock after…
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Nearing Dawn (The Eternal Dawn Trilogy Book 2) by Elizabeth Montaño

Taut and compelling… Intriguing characters and a fast-moving plot that builds to an exhilarating ending mark this engrossing second installment in The Eternal Dawn Trilogy from Montaño. Falling in love with a mortal was never in plan for the lovely,…
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A Piney Mountain Holiday by Mia Frazier

Laugh out loud funny and refreshingly romantic… A swoon-worthy rom-com. Frazier delivers delightful holiday atmosphere and authentic romantic tension in her adorable, cozy latest. Christmas is fast approaching, and the tiny town of Piney Mountain is bracing for a final…
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Untamed: A Beautiful Nightmare Story by L.C. Son

Enchanting from start to finish… Son continues her A Beautiful Nightmare series with this deeply engrossing blend of darkness and intrigue. It’s been twenty years since the devastating, all-consuming fire destroyed New Orleans, and Chartreuse Grenoble watched her sister Calida…