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Crossing the Pressure Line by Laura Anne Bird

A poignant tale of loss, grief, family, friendship, and self-discovery… Healing and self-realization come from unexpected places in Bird’s outstanding debut middle grade novel. Twelve-year-old Clare Burch is struggling to come to terms with the loss of her beloved grandfather…
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Dry Heat: A Novel by Len Joy

An emotionally charged page-turner… Joy conjures up a gritty crime drama full of danger, betrayal, love, and loss in his latest novel. Joey Blade seems to have everything: a full-ride scholarship in cards, a beautiful new girlfriend, and doting parents.…
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On the Winds of Quasars (The Song of Kamaria Book 2) by T. A. Bruno

Brilliantly plotted and perfectly paced… Bruno’s second installment in The Song of Kamaria series offers heaps of thrilling moments of danger sprinkled with high action, adventure, and intrigue. Cade and Nella Castus, taken from their home and brought deep into…
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The Sloughs of Ungleauw: Book Three of the Elderwood Chronicles by M. G. Claybrook

Enchanting, heart-rending, and sentimental… High on action, adventure, and intrigue, Claybrook’s third installment in the Elderwood Chronicles picks up where the last installment left off. In the aftermath of the Great Vermin Army, Deria’s parents have no option but to…
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The Last Stop by Patricia Street

A deeply touching memoir about addiction, grief, and loss… Street takes readers on her family’s journey of pain and loss as she recounts their history dealing with her son’s heroin addiction. What began as a prescription drug for pain management…
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Boulder Girl: Bad Moon Rising by Cynthia L. Clark

Riveting, emotionally charged, and suspenseful... Clark’s highly anticipated sequel to Boulder Girl, Remember Me When the Moon Hangs Low, continues Lana’s story as she struggles to come to terms with Roadking’s tragic death. With Roadking gone, Lana is doing her…
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The Artist Spoke by Ted Morrissey

Original, thought-provoking, and absorbing story about the choices that define our lives… Two strangers from disparate walks of life, each facing their own turmoil, come together to memorialize an avant-garde author in Morrissey’s latest literary tale. With his personal life…
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Flames of Lethe: Lethe Chronicles I by Lexie Talionis

Weird and haunting and absorbing… Talionis’s debut installment in the Lethe Chronicles series is a fascinating blend of dystopian, speculative fiction, and mystery. After waking naked on a desolate sand realm, Jo remembers nothing but her name. The same is…
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The Devil and Dayna Dalton: (Book 9) A Bulwark Anthology by Brit Lunden

A thoroughly imagined supernatural tale with taut pacing and compelling characters… Lunden’s exceptional ninth installment in her A Bulwark Anthology is hefty on both chills and thrills. For as long as Dana can remember, she has always loved Sheriff Clay…
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Pokergeist (A Haunting on Long Island Series Book 4) by Michael Phillip Cash

Un-put-downable… Cash’s fourth installment in A Haunting on Long Island Series is full of dark intrigue, wit, and emotion.  After losing his well-paid IT job, Telly Martin is trying his hands at being a professional poker player. When fate throws…