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His Name is Grace by H. G. Davis

A fast-paced, suspense-filled story… It’s been seventeen years since Lorraine and John Steads lost their little girl Alison to a violent murder. But the grief still weighs heavy on their minds. When Mat, one of their boys, dies suddenly while…
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Arc of the Poet: A Poetic Memoir by Roger Darnell

Breathtakingly candid and deeply insightful… An impressive memoir. Darnell celebrates his relationship with art in this immersive memoir. Drawing on personal experience of decades, Darnell applies psychology to real life in surprising ways, artfully building tension into his storytelling—from the…
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American Nonsensical by Edward D. Webster

A unique, original, supremely entertaining mystery with sharp sleuthing and a lot of heart… Enduring friendship, the complexity of relationships, and the investigation into a businessman’s disappearance weave through this compelling mystery by Webster. Old time buddies and private detectives,…
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Letters of Understanding by Christopher J. Mooney

Fascinating, compelling, evocative… A spellbinding tale. Mooney visits the WWII era and the secretive world of Britain and Russia’s intelligence network in this immersive saga. Francis Kelly has always known his father David Kelly has written thousands of letters to…
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The Map of Us by S.A. Fanning

Raw and emotional… Fanning’s engrossing sequel to The Girl In My Treehouse is a poignant mix of romance and human drama. It has been three years since Lia vanished from Matt Crosby’s life without saying goodbye. Now a senior, Matt…
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Eddie & Emily And The Demon Cell by B. R. Lewis

A rousing adventure filled with magic and secrets. Lewis skillfully fuses human drama with fantasy and delves into themes of self-discovery and adventure in his thrilling debut installment in Eddie & Emily series. Living in Doon, a quiet port city…
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An Enemy Like Me by Teri M Brown

A poignant read—engrossing, reflective, and meaningful. Set against the backdrop of World War II, Brown’s immersive novel delves into the lives of three generations of a German American family. Growing up as a first-generation American in Ohio, Jacob Miller has…
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The Man Who Screams at Nightfall: and other stories by Rush Leaming

Sharply observed, nuanced, precise, and morally challenging… Sharply observed, nuanced, precise, and morally challenging… Set in Thailand, the Congo, Greece, Spain, and America, Leaming’s latest book examines love, memories, loneliness, loss, regret, and redemption. In the title story, “The Man…
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CAMALEÓN: The Lost Years Living in the Closet by Carlos Valenzuela

Richly imagined… Poignant, compassionate, and sweet. Valenzuela returns with this sequel to the award-winning ‘Letters to Young Carlos,’ taking readers on his protagonist’s journey to self- acceptance and understanding. The trauma of being falsely accused of sexual misconduct and banished…
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Karl’s Diary: It’s a Dog’s by Sharon Winters

A beautiful book that’s guaranteed to generate giggles, guffaws, and a few tears… Karl, a Boykin Spaniel rescue, finds his forever home, one filled with unconditional love and makes some fascinating friends thanks to a compassionate couple who adopt him…