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The Going Back Portal by Connie Lacy

Engrossing and heartwarming… Fresh and captivating, this time travel novel chronicles one woman’s adventurous quest through time and space. After TV producer Kathryn Spears decides to check on her aging grandmother’s claim of a Cherokee family living in the neighborhood…
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The Red Umbrella Society by Khrys Vaughan

  A beautifully constructed cozy action thriller… Khrys Vaughan’s first in the series is set in a world where The Red Umbrella Society, a powerful secret organization of women, works to protect women all over the world. The members of…
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DART by Dale Renton

  This high-octane, highly entertaining sci-fi novel is best read in one go… “Keep your friends close, your enemies closer–and the ones you’re not too sure about closer still.” The razor-sharp dialogues, wry humor ( “When you’re drowning in a…
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Esteban & Marialena: A contemporary romance by Eve Corso

  A light contemporary romance.… Marialena Villanueva, a twenty-six-year-old knockout beauty falls hard for the film director, Esteban Gutierrez. Marialena is everything Esteban wants in a woman except for her young age. At forty-nine, Esteban is skeptical of getting into…
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Fluffy’s Revolution by Ted Myers

  Myers delivers this thoroughly entertaining story with wry humor bolstered by a high-action plot, swift narrative, and a fully gratifying ending… A group of super-intelligent GAB (Genetically Altered Brain) cats, dogs, and mice; compassionate humans; a bunch of bad…
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The Year of Oceans by Sean Anderson

  An electrifying story of one man’s grief that will grip the reader from start to finish… Told in short snippets over the course of a year combined with past flashbacks, Anderson brings his considerable talents to this gripping story…
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All the Broken People by Amy Rivers

  Interesting premise, brilliant descriptions, and relatable characters make All the Broken People an addictive read… Writer at a woman’s magazine Alice Bennett, the vulnerable protagonist of this moving story, is struggling to rebuild her marriage while trying to leave…
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The 19th Bladesman (Shadow Sword series Book 1) by S.J. Hartland

  With its superbly developed characters and accomplished prose, The 19th Bladesman is a book to devour… This massive volume is the first of the three-part Shadow Sword series from S.J. Hartland. In a world of ancient prophecies and magical…
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The Pyongyang Option (Jonathan Brooks, Book 3) by A.C. Frieden

  Compulsive and complex… an addictive read… With recent developments in USA-North Korea relations, this latest techno-thriller by A. C, Frieden is hardly far off the mark. In this third installment in Jonathan Brookes series, Jonathan must use every resource…
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The Handyman by Michael Bronte

A fast-paced, nail-biting thriller… Jake Blackwell, a close combat and special operations specialist in the elite 75th Ranger Regiment, is working odd jobs as a handyman after a traumatic brain injury forced him to retire from army. His accidently stumble…